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Mayor’s Message to City Council

Following is a statement read Tuesday by Mayor Leonard Desiderio during the City Council meeting:. On today’s agenda, there’s a few items that bear mentioning …. Two resolutions before Council today will authorize a state contract and user agreement for the city to move all police, public works, and first responder radio communications into the state of New Jersey Interoperable Communications System.
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Sea Isle to Buy More Beach Mats Next Summer

For Beth Shubert, the trip to the beach is exactly that – a trip. Her walk to the beach at 66th Street involves taking a long, ascending pathway over the dunes while trudging through deep sand. She called the pathway “a back-and-forth mess” because it curves to the right...
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Butch Romano, Marie’s Seafood Owner, Dies at 79

Sea Isle City is mourning the death of Butch Romano, a local legend who owned Marie’s Seafood Market & Lobster House and was perhaps as equally well known for his morning coffee klatches that served as daily community get-togethers at the restaurant. Romano, whose formal first name was Silverio,...
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More arrests expected in deadly Wildwood, NJ, car rally

More arrests are expected after that deadly unsanctioned car rally in Wildwood last Saturday. The Cape May County Prosecutor's office says the investigation is ongoing. Wildwood Mayor Pete Byron says surveillance video captured a number of license plates, and police are working to track those vehicles down. Byron told ABC...
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New Jersey's Antique Alley is Filled with Treasures

There's nothing quite like spending an afternoon hunting for antique treasures. From statement furniture to tiny trinkets that remind you of your childhood, New Jersey is home to many different types of antique stores and flea markets but none are as great as the Antique Alley found in Cape May County. This 7-mile stretch of stores along Route 9 is home to dozens of amazing antique shops, below is a list of some of our absolute favorites.
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The Absolute Last Day of 2022 You Can Get Sam’s Pizza in Wildwood, NJ

Sam's Pizza in Wildwood's closing schedule has been released, and we're telling you the absolute last day of 2022 to get some before you're forced to wait till next summer. How the heck did summer fly by SO fast? I've got to get my booty to Wildwood soon because I've yet to treat myself to a slice of Sam's this year.
WILDWOOD, NJ

Implosion Scheduled at Former Power Plant in Beesley’s Point, NJ

An iconic structure at a former power plant between Atlantic and Cape May Counties is scheduled to be imploded later this week. As the long-term demolition project continues at the old B.L. England Generating Station in Beesley's Point, officials have announced that a 208-foot-tall cooling tower on the property is scheduled to be imploded this Thursday morning, September 29th, at 9:30.
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Prosecutor Announces Additional Arrest Connected to Wildwood Weekend

Cape May County Prosecutor Jeffrey Sutherland has announced a second arrest in connection with last weekend’s chaotic unsanctioned car show in the city. 22 year old Eryk Wnek of Linden has been charged after he was doing a burnout on a city street and collided with a low speed vehicle. A Williamstown resident was airlifted to an area hospital with injuries; a second adult and four juveniles were treated for non-life threatening injuries. Wnek was charged with aggravated assault, assault by auto, and other offenses.
WILDWOOD, NJ

Wildwood, NJ Mayor to Car Rally Posse: We’ve Got You on Camera

Wildwood Mayor Pete Byron says the city has surveillance video of the cars involved in the pop-up rally that brought chaos to town and turned deadly Saturday night. Byron admits that the city was outmanned on Saturday when hundreds of cars converged on the town to take part in the unsanctioned H2Oi rally, but he insists the town has a surprise for those involved.
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