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PHOTO: Lost pug poses for mug shot after being found by Cape May police
CAPE MAY, N.J. (WTXF)- A lost dog in Cape May, New Jersey became an internet sensation before being reunited with his owners over the weekend.
Cape May Police Post 'Mugshot' Of Pug That Ran Away From Home
“This is what happens when you run away from home. This guy was captured sneaking through yards on the 1300 block on New Jersey Avenue,” the department wrote, with the hashtag “pugmug.”
Middle Twp. man to be featured on true crime channel Wednesday
Jesse Watkins, of Whitesboro, who was sentenced to 45 years in prison for killing his 18-year-old cousin Craig White in 1990, will be the subject of the episode. Prosecutors convicted Watkins in 2009 based largely on statements he made to two former lovers to whom he confessed years later.
Lower Township Police Report Weekly Arrests, Incidents for June 25-July 1, 2018
VILLAS - Lower Township Police Department responded to or initiated a total of 1,048 calls, averaging a total of 150 calls per day. Police also made a total of 14 arrests during this period. Below is a breakdown of incidents and arrests by date:June 25, 2018:Non-Criminal Incidents -9Fire Related Cal
Officials: Residents Displaced After Motel Fire In Cape May
Follow CBSPHILLY|CAPE MAY, N.J. (CBS)— Officials say multiple motel residents have been displaced after a the complex caught fire in Cape May.Officials responded to the call of numerous rooms being on fire at the Cabin City Motel at 756 Route 9 just after 9:10 a.m.Crews were met with heavy fire at t
CONTACT Cape-Atlantic Makes Friendly Phone Calls to Isolated Citizens
COURT HOUSE - The volunteers at CONTACT Cape-Atlantic call the elderly, disabled, and isolated citizens of Cape May and Atlantic counties daily for a friendly wellness check in. CONTACT’s mission is to provide telephone reassurance and community support to those who wish to remain living independen
AP News - Police post mugshot of lost dog, bail paid in cookies
CAPE MAY, N.J. (AP) — A dog is home after police in a New Jersey shore town posted its mugshot on social media.Cape May Patrolman Michael LeSage found Bean the pug in a yard on Sunday. He tells The Star-Ledger of Newark he tried to get the dog to hop into his police car, but her legs were too short
Structure fire at Lower Township hotel
Fire departments from Erma, Rio Grande, Wildwood, Green Creek, Villas and Cape May all responded to the scene.
The Inlet on Olde: The Place for Old Friends & New Memories
Resting alongside the North Wildwood Sea Wall at the corner of Walnut & Old New Jersey avenues, The Inlet on Olde is a place where early risers can enjoy breakfast with an oceanfront view, and beachgoers can stop for a post-sand-and-surf meal.
Water Utility’s 12% Rate Hike Opposed
CREST HAVEN – Freeholders passed a resolution July 10 that opposed New Jersey-American Water's proposed 12 percent rate increase.It noted the board "believes an immediate 12 percent increase instead of a gradual increase may cause a negative economic impact on its customers."The utility, which suppl
Lewes woman claims she was harassed over "Keep America Great" hat
On her car, is a sign that encourages people to register to vote with the Sussex County GOP. While she's no stranger to the controversy that comes every so often from people who don't support her outreach, she says the latest incident left her speechless.
21 Children Hurt in Crash Involving 5 School Buses
First responders say 21 children, two bus drivers and one staff member suffered injuries in the crash, though none were life-threatening. They were taken to Virtua Voorhees and Virtua Mount Holly hospitals for treatment. The other 67 campers and 10 staff members were taken back to the JCC Camp on ad
Police: Man Shot, Killed After Answering Knock At Door In South Philadelphia
“He was laying right by the front door, inside of his property, suffering from a gunshot wound to his chest. Police rushed him to Presbyterian Hospital. He was pronounced dead at 11:53 p.m. He was shot one time in the chest,” said Philadelphia Police Chief Inspector Scott Small.
Villas Man Hits It Big on NJ Lottery
TRENTON – Michael Whitten of Villas, works two jobs and enjoys playing a few Lottery games. When a coworker mentioned that a winning Jersey Cash 5 jackpot ticket had been sold at a retailer near their job, Whitten was quick to dismiss the possibility that it could be him, even though he hadn’t yet c
Police say woman stole, burned flag honoring fallen trooper in Lewes
A Wilmington woman was arrested after she allegedly stole and burned a "thin blue line" flag meant to honor a fallen Delaware State Trooper in Lewes.According to the Delaware State Police Department, the incident occurred around 5:15 p.m. Friday, after a report was received by a concerned citizen th
7 Spans on Townsend’s Inlet Bridge To Be Replaced; Closure to Occur
CREST HAVEN – Seven spans on the Townsend's Inlet Bridge will be replaced beginning "a week or two after Labor Day," according to County Engineer Dale Foster. Cost of the repair will be $8.5 million under a contract awarded to Agate Construction Co. Inc.The spans to be replaced are on the Avalon sid
Residents Demand Action on Contractor Issues
AVALON – For the third meeting in a row, Avalon Borough Council, July 11, heard from angry constituents who say their “sacred summer” in the resort community has been compromised by “out-of-control” construction.When over 50 residents use a sunny July afternoon to attend a meeting of the governing b
Enjoy Free, Kid-friendly Activities During Family Fun Days at the Cape May Lighthouse this Summer
The 1859 Cape May Lighthouse, located in Cape May Point State Park, Lower Township, becomes a beacon for family fun this summer during Family Fun Days.
Packs of Heroin Seized in Raid
This report is based on information received from law enforcement.WILDWOOD - Members of the Wildwood Police Department Street Crimes Unit concluded a four-week investigation July 12 concerning the sales of narcotics from a residence in the 200 East block Baker Avenue, located in Wildwood.According t
Troopers investigate serious vehicle crash in Milford - Milford Chronicle
MILFORD – Delaware State Police are currently on the scene of a serious crash on (SR1) Bay Road southbound one mile north of U.S. 113, Milford. SR 1 at New Wharf Road, both lanes will be shut down for an extended period of time, according to Director of Public Information, Sergeant Richard Bratz.