Ocean View, NJ

Mayor’s Message: Oct. 6

I begin this message by mentioning what had to be the biggest topic of discussion up-and-down the east coast during the past week: Hurricane Ian. Obviously, Ian was a very serious storm, and its remnants were felt in Sea Isle City in ways some folks did not expect. That being said, I want to thank everyone for their cooperation while Sea Isle’s Office of Emergency Management was relaying important storm information to the public.
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Animal Control Says Dog Dumping On The Rise Here In South Jersey

My heart can't help but break for all the animals here in South Jersey that don't have a warm and cozy home to call their own. That's why it's so sad to hear about all the abandoned pets we have in this part of the Garden State. Most recently, the folks at Shore Animal Control based in Seaville, Cape May County, have shared that dog dumping has become more and more common in this region over the last few years. How can anyone's ears, or heart for that matter, bear that?
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South Jersey Man Sentenced In Fatal Crash Involving Mix Of Drugs: Prosecutor

A 32-year-old man driving under the influence of a mix of drugs was sentenced to eight years in New Jersey state prison for a fatal crash, authorities said. On Sept. 27, 2021 at approximately 8:25 a.m., Michael Doyle of Pleasantville, operated a Honda CRV recklessly when he disregarded a red traffic light at the intersection of Black Horse Pike and English Creek Avenue, according to the Atlantic County Prosecutor's Office.

Police say potential threat at ACHS appears unfounded

A potential threat to Atlantic City High School appears to be unfounded, police tell BreakingAC. It was not clear whether the threat was even from this area, Sgt. Paul Aristizabal said. “We’re just being proactive at this point and making sure everything is good,” he said. “There’s nothing for anybody...
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Ocean City’s special event zone could inspire state legislation

Ocean City’s successful efforts to deter the droves of tuner car enthusiasts who once wreaked havoc in the resort have caught the attention of state and regional officials. Mayor Rick Meehan said during a City Council meeting Monday that the city’s implementation of a Special Event Zone and accompanying strict enforcement of regulations associated with policing the destructive pop-up event over the past few years worked in pretty much keeping the souped-up car enthusiasts away from Ocean City this September.

Beach tags in Ocean City could cost more next summer

OCEAN CITY, N.J. (CBS) -- Beach tags in Ocean City, New Jersey, could cost an extra $10 next summer. A proposed ordinance for an increase is expected to be introduced at Thursday night's city council meeting.If the change is approved, the price of a seasonal tag for 2023 would jump to $35 dollars, or $30, if purchased before May 31.The cost of a daily tag would also double to $10 dollars.And weekly tags would increase from $10 to $20 dollars.If the council votes yes, the change would still require a public hearing before a final vote

Tanger Outlets Atlantic City Hosts Chalk About AC

Tanger Outlets AtlanticCity is set to participate in the annual Chalk About AC city-wide event in partnership with Atlantic City Arts Foundation on Friday, Oct. 7 – Monday, Oct. 10. Tanger retailers will create colorful chalk art in front of their stores addressing the theme, “Chalk About What Pink Means to YOU”. Visitors are invited to stroll and shop all weekend, enjoying the chalk art on display.

Ocean City Guy Wins Despite Baffling Final Jeopardy! [VIDEO]

Ocean City's Cris Pannullo pulled off an impressive third win despite the nearly incomprehensible clue Tuesday night on Jeopardy!. Our local guy dominated the night again while taking on Jacqueline Liao, an engineer from Pittsburgh, PA. and Sean Holloway, a software engineer originally from Kansas City, KS. Cris started the...

Ocean City Suffers Beach, Dune Erosion in Lingering Storm

Rebecca Kleinert and Debbie Abt looked in amazement at what appeared to be a vast white wall stretching along the beach between Fifth and Sixth streets. Actually, this “wall” was the remnant of sand dunes partially washed away by the raging ocean during the four-day coastal storm that finally made its long-overdue departure Wednesday – after pummeling the shore with drenching rains, gusty winds and flooding.

Five ways to celebrate Italian heritage in South Jersey

What better time to celebrate the Italian culture than during Italian Heritage Month in October. According to U.S. Census statistics, nearly 20 percent of the New Jersey population have some Italian origin with an even larger percentage in rural areas in South Jersey like Hammonton and Vineland. Although the annual...