New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy took to social media to take a hard shot at Congressman Jeff Van Drew, once a democrat and now a republican. Murphy chided Van Drew for going along with “conspiracy theorists” over alleged fraud in the presidential election. Murphy also questioned the legacy that Van Drew is creating for himself.
Cape May County reported 41 new positive cases of coronavirus on Sunday. Both Lower Township and Middle Township added 11 new cases apiece. Five communities added zero new cases over the past 24 hours.
Cape May County officials are reporting four new deaths over a period of two days, from coronavirus. Authorities say the deaths were three residents of Wildwood, and one from Dennis Township. On January 1st and January 2nd combined, there were 101 new cases of the virus reported. Lower Township continues to have the most active…
Freeholders are no longer freeholders, starting New Year’s Day. In New Jersey, the title of “freeholder” will switch to “County Commissioner” starting on Friday. The name “freeholder” was considered offensive by some. A bill abolishing the title “freeholder” was approved in Trenton this summer.
Cape May County will be hosting a virtual meeting on its update to the countywide Hazard Mitigation Plan. Emergency Management Director Martin Pagliughi says the January 11th meeting will provide the public with information about how an update to the plan comes together, the details involved. The Plan is exercised in an attempt to make…
A resident at the Crest Haven Nursing Home has perished as a result of contracting coronavirus. County officials announced 61 new positive tests, with most of them being residential cases. There have been over 4,200 cases of the virus in Cape May County in 2020.
Cape May County has lost an 86 year old woman from Dennis Township, and an 84 year old man from Ocean City due to coronavirus. There were 57 new positive cases reported on Tuesday. Only Cape May Point has zero residents who have Covid-19. Lower Township leads the way with 134 cases.
Cape May County has reported another 47 positive cases of coronavirus. Lower Township still leads all communities with the most cases. Over 3,500 cases in Cape May County have come off quarantine during the pandemic.
Cape May County reported 37 new cases of coronavirus on Sunday. Only Lower and Middle townships experienced double digit new cases on Sunday. Nine of the 16 communities in the County experienced no new cases of the virus in the past 24 hours.
Cape May County has launched a new program to help reduce the isolation of seniors during the pandemic. The campaign starts this month and will continue through next April. Various wellness check-ins will be conducted by phone by the county’s Division of Aging and Disability Services.