Upper Township’s committee meets Monday night and is expected to consider a $3.2 million bond ordinance for various capital improvement projects. The Committee will also appoint an animal control officer, and name Richard Mashura to the Township’s Zoning Board.
United States Senate candidate Bob Hugin stumped for votes in Cape May County over the weekend. Hugin was a guest at a republican breakfast held on Saturday at the Avalon Golf and Country Club. Hugin will battle democrat Bob Menendez in the November election. Photo courtesy of Cape GOP social media page.
Wildwood Police say a 33 year old Clayton man was busted over the weekend for brandishing a gun during a drug transaction with a parking lot attendant. Police say they arrested Carl Smith Friday night on Schellenger Avenue. An Airsoft/Pellet handgun was recovered; no shots were fired. Smith was taken to the County Jail.
Middle Township’s early September football game with Wildwood is off, and now the Panthers will travel to play Seaford, Delaware instead. Brian Cunniff of CoastSportsToday.com reports that the Middle-Wildwood game has been cancelled as Wildwood struggles to get enough players to field a football team. Middle opens its season on Thursday evening against Cumberland in…
Three men have been charged in connection with the fatal shooting of nine year old Jennifer Trejo in Bridgeton last month. Authorities announced that 25 year old Michael Elliott and 20 year old Leroy Frazier, both of Bridgeton, and 18 year old Charles Gamble of Salem have all been charged with murder and attempted murder.…
Three people were injured Friday evening during a motor vehicle accident on the Black Horse Pike in Hamilton Township when a vehicle ran a red light and crashed into two other vehicles. The accident occurred at the intersection of the Pike with Weymouth Road. All victims were taken to area hospitals; all were wearing seat…
Cape May County is getting $3.3 million in funding from the New Jersey Department of Transportation. The DOT announced before the weekend that $161 million in State aid was going to the 21 counties. The money may be used for various infrastructure.
It is now a requirement for your public school to have a supply of Narcan in the building in the event anyone suffers an opioid overdose. Governor Murphy signed a bill into law just before the weekend that requires the storage of the antidote or another similar drug to help anyone who suffers an overdose.
There are several options on the table to replace the Middle Thorofare Bridge that connects Lower Township to the Wildwood Crest/Cape May area. Two separate public meetings were held Thursday to discuss replacement options, with price tags far exceeding $200 million.
Senate President Steve Sweeney says he has enough votes to get pot legal before the end of the year. Sweeney says a formal vote on this measure could come in late September. Sweeney says he has enough support in the Assembly and Senate to get the bill passed.