A bus company that serves many school districts in Cape May and Atlantic counties will bring in extra staff Monday in the event some drivers have a Super Bowl hangover. NJ.com reports that Sheppard has over 500 busses serving the local districts, and at least one district announced that there could be delays in school…
A 49-year run for the Oyster Creek Nuclear Power Plant in New Jersey is coming to an end. Officials announced Friday that the plant will close its doors for good in October. The plant is located in Forked River.
New Jersey Attorney General Gurbir Grewal has joined in a multi-state coalition that opposes any federal plan to drill for fuel off the beaches of the Garden State. Grewal says this move could have devastating environmental and economic effects for New Jersey. Some coastal states are vigorously fighting this proposal.
Woodbine will hold a preconstruction meeting later this month on a new eco-park project. Mayor William Pikolycky announced that a $700,000 contract has been awarded to help preserve a 25-acre tract of land next to the Woodbine Elementary School that will include both passive and active recreation.
A Lower Township couple has been arrested and charged with having child pornography in their possession. Cape May County Prosecutor Jeffrey Sutherland announced that 48 year old Kathryn Gaines and 51 year old Paul Harker of the 100 block of Beachhurst Drive in North Cape May were both hit with various child pornography charges. Several…
A major achievement Wednesday night for Middle Township wrestler Gary Nagle. Nagle tied the all time Panther win record Wednesday with his 88th win of his career as Middle beat Lakewood, 42-36. Nagle competes in the 182 pound weight class.
Atlantic City Electric is bragging up its lowest number of electrical outages and highest reservation times in company history. The number of outages have decreased by 17 percent from the previous record set three years ago. Outages were restored seven minutes faster.
There could be yet another round of new beach access rules in New Jersey. State lawmakers have introduced a new bill that references regulations that date back to the Roman Empire to tie beach access rules to funding decisions. Supporters says it encourages towns to have public access to their beaches.
Local Assemblymen Bob Andrzejczak and Bruce Land have sponsored a bill in Trenton that would discourage offshore drilling for fuel in State waters. The measure was cleared by an Assembly committee on Thursday and now will be considered for a full floor vote.
Major repairs are underway to the court room and lobby of the West Cape May municipal building. Borough officials say a fire suppression pipe burst during January’s Winter Storm Grayson which cause water damage in the building. Officials are asking for the public’s patience and understanding as the repairs continue.