A Pennsylvania woman is suing Morey's Piers, in Wildwood.
Gov. Phil Murphy Sept. 17 signed Executive Order No. 263, which provides for the expiration of extensions of Department of Environmental Protection rulemaking deadlines that were instituted in Executive Order No. 127 (2020) due to the Covid pandemic.
Gov. Phil Murphy Sept. 20 signed Executive Order No. 264, requiring all child care center personnel to be fully vaccinated against Covid by Nov. 1, or be subject to Covid testing at minimum one to two times per week.
At 11:05 p.m. Sept. 19, Middle Township police responded to the area of Shunpike Road and Stites Avenue, for a motor vehicle crash involving a vehicle and a bicyclist.
New Jersey Health Commissioner Judith Perschielli issued a statement following the U.S. Food and Drug Administration's decision to permit booster shots of Pfizer's Covid vaccine to those 65 and older
The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation announced the fourth round of Delaware Watershed Conservation Fund grantees, totaling nearly $11.5 million in awards.
Gov. Phil Murphy Sept. 16 signed S1431 and S3724, two bipartisan pediatric cancer bills that will increase investments in New Jersey’s pediatric cancer research.
Franco is a third-generation Wildwood Crest resident, and his family’s roots in the Crest can be traced back to the 1920s.
Gov. Phil Murphy Sept. 16 signed S1877 into law, requiring public and independent institutions of higher education to provide a financial aid “shopping sheet” each year to every enrolled student.
At a Superior Court hearing Sept. 17, Cape May City Councilman Christopher Bezaire, 43, also a local realtor, pleaded guilty to charges that he stalked an ex-girlfriend and violated a court order
A home health agency (HHA) operator, with a Court House location, has agreed to pay $17 million to resolve allegations that it violated the False Claims Act by paying kickbacks through the purchase of two HHAs from a retirement home operator in Arizona.
The 96th Street Bridge, along Stone Harbor Boulevard, leading into the Borough of Stone Harbor, will be undergoing structural repairs to the bascule span (movable span) during nighttime hours Monday through Thursday, beginning Sept. 20 extending until Sept. 30.
One of New Jersey’s longest-running civil cases was settled. The Sewell Tract, a large 100-acre natural preserve, was set apart from any future development.
Lower Township Council, during its Sept. 8 meeting, approved a resolution to award a fair and open contract to install security cameras in various municipal parks.
The Fair Share Housing Center (FSHC), a nonprofit affordable housing advocacy group, filed in Superior Court June 1 to have Middle Township’s over two-year-old affordable housing declaratory judgment dismissed.
Cape May County Dispatch Sept. 17 received a 911 call from a woman on Lincoln Boulevard, stating that her husband drove off with her three children in a black Chevrolet Tahoe bearing a Pennsylvania license plate.
Cape May County announced that three residents died from the coronavirus this week, a 62-year-old Lower Township woman, a 74-year-old Middle Township man, and a 46-year-old Wildwood man.
Gov. Phil Murphy announced Sept. 16 that the state will commit to providing universal pre-K to all families across the state over the next several years.
A hearing was held Sept. 14 by the Board of County Commissioners to fix regulations for bidders seeking to work on the historic Franklin Street School, in Cape May, which will become Cape May's branch of the County Library.
Chief Dekon Fashaw announced the arrest of four men Sept. 16, in connection with an early morning incident that took place Sept. 4.
The New Jersey Judiciary has expunged more than 362,000 marijuana and hashish cases from court records since the Marijuana Decriminalization Law became effective July 1.
The New Jersey Board of Public Utilities (NJBPU) Sept. 14 announced year two of the popular Charge Up New Jersey Program, its electric vehicle (EV) incentive initiative, is expected to expend all funds ahead of schedule, moving New Jersey closer to Gov. Phil Murphy’s goal of 330,000 EVs by 2025.
A recent Berkeley Township tragedy, where a lifeguard died after being struck by lightning, caused some residents to question the use of aluminum lifeguard stands in Spout Off.
The Wildwood Police Department Sept. 10, at approximately 11:24 a.m., received multiple 911 emergency telephone calls reporting an active physical altercation in progress.
From 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Sept. 16, the Cape May County Regional SWAT Team, in conjunction with the Cape May County Crisis Negotiation Team, will be conducting training evolutions in the area of St. Johns Street.
Gov. Phil Murphy Sept. 14 signed Executive Order No. 262, establishing the Wealth Disparity Task Force, which was previously announced on Juneteenth of this year.
Human Services Acting Commissioner Sarah Adelman Sept. 14 announced the department has begun delivering summer Pandemic Electronic Benefits Transfer (P-EBT) food assistance benefits to school-age children and children under 6 years of age.
Board of Commissioners, during its Sept. 8 meeting, heard from Vincent Buono, president and founder of Munidex, who provided updates regarding upgrades to the municipality’s mercantile license program, along with additional options for the board to consider.
Trying to figure out where the Garden State stands concerning Covid rental assistance programs and the thousands of eviction filings is no easy task.
At the Sept. 8 Avalon Council meeting, borough officials presented the recommendation of a special committee formed to consider enclosed attached garages and their relationship to the floor area ratio (FAR) calculation.
John Wesley United Methodist Church sponsored a historic African American cemetery tour Sept. 11, as part of its continuing 180th-anniversary celebration.
The Stone Harbor Bird Sanctuary will be closed to the public on or about Sept. 20 for five days while wetland restoration experts contracted by the borough begin work managing invasive vegetation in the wetlands and transition areas of the sanctuary.
Wildwood Police Department Sept. 10, at approximately 1:15 p.m., received a 911 call reporting several men attempting to gain entry by force into the rear of a property, located in the 100 block of West Andrews Avenue, in Wildwood.
James Rutala, principal of Rutala Associates, a Linwood consultancy, presented a Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) grant opportunity to Stone Harbor Borough Council Sept. 7.