It’s a 40th birthday party for the Cape May County Park and Zoo on June 9th, and you’re invited. The County announced that the Zoo will be celebrating its 40th birthday on June 9th with a four hour celebration and the naming of a baby giraffe.
Police in Absecon have arrested a local man and charged him with being in possession of a handgun and drugs. Police announced the arrest of 30 year old Brandon D. Degree last Friday. Degree was hauled off to the County Jail on numerous offenses.
A missing woman and her son were both found safe and sound at a transportation center in Camden. Middle Township Police had issued an alert for Shannon Burgess and her three year old son who were reported missing yesterday. Authorities have thanked all agencies who were involved in the search.
Could minor league baseball be making a comeback to Atlantic City? The Press of Atlantic City reports that City Council will vote tonight on a resolution that would authorize the former owner of the Atlantic City Surf to be empowered to bring a baseball team back to the resort. Council President Marty Small Sr. says…
Middle Township Police announced that a 34 year-old woman and her three year old son who were reported missing on Tuesday have been found. Shannon Burgess and her son were last seen boarding a bus headed for Camden. They were both found safe in Camden on Wednesday afternoon.
Lower Cape May versus Middle Township in a high school girls’ lacrosse playoff game Thursday. Lower Cape May breezed to an easy win over Pinelands Monday afternoon, putting them in the playoff game against third seeded Middle Township on Thursday. For more, including videos, see Brian Cunniff’s story on CoastSportsToday.com.
It is expected to be a stormy evening at the Jersey Cape. The National Weather Service has a Severe Thunderstorm Watch posted for our region which will very likely turn into a Warning. Strong winds, cloud to ground lightning, and rain is expected. The timing for the storms is around 8pm.
Sports betting could be in Atlantic City as early as this summer. Lawmakers in Trenton say they will push hard to legalize sports betting in the Garden State during their June sessions, and before the summer break. Governor Murphy is supportive of the plan.
Atlantic County officials say a man who beat a murder charge in a recent trial was shot to death in Atlantic City Monday night. Authorities confirmed the victim of the shooting was 25 year old Alexander Campbell who was shot to death on Michigan Avenue. The suspect in this fatal shooting remains at large.
Cumberland County College may be losing its president, Yves Salomon-Fernandez. The Daily Journal reports that she has been recommended for hire as the president at Greenfield Community College in Massachusetts. Salomon-Fernandez has worked for the college for less than two years.