Wildwood Police have released photographs of a man wanted in connection with a theft investigation. Police are looking for the public’s assistance with identifying the man who appears to be a white male wearing a jacket with a hood. No word on where the alleged theft took place. If you have any details, contact Wildwood…
A woman who was at the center of a police incident on the Wildwood beach last summer has pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct. Emily Weinman had faced other charges including aggravated assault on a police officer. Thanks to her plea, she will serve on year of probation.
Democratic lawmakers in our district have introduced a bill in Trenton that would financially supports tourism efforts in the Wildwoods. A bill sponsored by assemblymen Matt Milam and Bruce Land will supports the Greater Wildwoods Tourism Improvement and Development Authority. The Wildwoods brought in $33 million in state and local taxes in 2015.
The Wildwood Fire Department has received a grant totaling over $14,000 to be used for self rescue bailout systems. Firemen received the bailout systems and the training for the systems during an event in Neptune, NJ.
Morey’s Piers has announced a new partnership with Philadelphia-based NXTsports to manage the Quicksand Beach Lacrosse Festival this summer. The five on five lacrosse event will be held on Saturday, August 3rd and is expected to attract many new visitors to the Wildwoods. A cash prize is awarded to the top team in the adult…
The Wildwood City Commission meets Wednesday afternoon and is expected to consider a resolution that approves of a new boardwalk master plan. A new FOP contract will be voted on as well and Daniel Dunn may be reappointed to the position of Emergency Management Coordinator. The meeting begins Wednesday at 3:30pm.
Wildwood has secured a $400,000 grant from the Department of Community Affairs to improve access to the city’s police building for people with disabilities. Mayor Ernie Troiano says the funding will finance a ramp and enlarge a lobby to accommodate wheelchairs.
Saturday was a good day for a polar bear plunge in Wildwood. Hundreds of people donned swimsuits and costumes to jump in the ocean to raise money for Special Olympics New Jersey. This was the 13th year for the event, and barbecue and beverages were all part of it. Photo from Wildwood 360 social media…
Here comes the Runaway Tram to the Wildwoods boardwalk. The Morey Organization announced that a new tram car inspired roller coaster is replacing the Flitzer coaster, which shut down at the end of last season. Some rides will be moved on the pier to make room for the Runaway Tram.
The Wildwood City Commission meets Wednesday afternoon and is expected to make various appointments for various professional services. The Commission is also expected to amend an ordinance that clarifies how liquor licenses held by motels and hotels are made available for sale. The meeting begins at 3:30pm.