Governor Christie will devote $200 million to a new plan that will fight the opioid epidemic in the Garden State. NJ.com reports that the funding will be target toward the uninsured, people on Medicaid, babies born with addiction issues, and their mot...Read More »
Atlantic County authorities confirm that two people were shot to death inside a car parked outside of the MVP Sports Bar in Buena early Saturday morning. The bodies of a 34 year old male and a 23 year old female were both inside the car, and pronounced dead at the scene. Various local and state [...]Read More »
Two swimmers were rescued from the surf in Wildwood Saturday afternoon. The Wildwood Fire Department reports that the swimmers were clinging to a boogie board in the area of Youngs Avenue and the beach shortly after 3pm Saturday. Firemen entered the water and made the rescue. A 27 year old female was taken to Cape [...]Read More »
15,340 dogs and cats were euthanized in New Jersey last year. NJ.com reports that the numbers are down slightly from the previous year. In Cape May County, 17 dogs and 50 cats were put to sleep, according to the report. The post REPORT: OVER 15,000 D...Read More »
Cape May’s city council will meet Tuesday evening and is expected to hold a second reading of an ordinance that will amend regulations involving the powers of the position of mayor in the resort. Council may also approve an ordinance that would adjust construction permit fees in the city. Tuesday’s meeting starts at 6:00pm.
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North Wildwood’s council will meet Tuesday morning and is expected to advance an ordinance that creates a vacant property registration in the community. Council will also consider a one year extension of a solid waste contract with Choice Environmental Services, and may authorize an emergency sewer repair on New York Avenue between 24th and 25th [...]
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An official ribbon cutting event was held on Friday to celebrate the connector between the Lower and Middle townships bicycle path. Freeholder Jeffrey Pierson and Lower Township Mayor Erik Simonsen cut the ribbon on the new connector, which allows bicyclists to ride from Route 109 in Cold Spring to the Cape May County Park and [...]
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An investment firm from New York has increased its offer to purchase the former Revel Casino in Atlantic City by $5 million, to $225 million. Keating & Associates made the better offer to purchase the casino, which has been shuttered for the past three years.
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Middle Township won its second game of the football season Friday night in a game broadcast live on WCZT. David Hayes had two touchdown runs as the Panthers beat Mainland, 19-7. Next Friday, Middle Township hosts Buena in a game to be broadcast live on WCZT; Buena defeated Oakcrest Friday night. In other action, Absegami [...]
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The Lower Township Police Department says it will be open during some roadwork planned near its headquarters next week. Work is to begin on September 19th on Langley Road between the intersections of Ranger Road and Forrestal Road, and will take about three days. Local detours will be in effect.
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