Cape May County reported only 28 new cases of coronavirus on Thursday, which is nearly 50 percent lower of several recent reporting days. Only Lower Township experienced more than ten new cases of the virus. Half of the County’s municipalities reported zero additional cases on Thursday.
Nick Sirianni is the new Head Coach of the Philadelphia Eagles. ESPN is reporting unconfirmed reports that the former assistant coach with the Indianapolis Colts will replace Doug Pederson. Sirianni is 39 years old and has served as the Colts’ offensive coordinator.
New Jersey officials are reporting 4,095 new cases of coronavirus on Thursday. The State also announced that there are 98 additional deaths from the virus. Over 580,000 positive tests have occurred in New Jersey during the pandemic.
Atlantic County’s Estell Manor Park will be the scene of a controlled burn on Friday. Individuals should not be alarmed if they see smoke from the burn, which will impact 65 acres in the Park. The burn is expected to begin Friday around 10:00am.
Two police officers were promoted to the rank of Sergeant this week. William Barcas and Anthony Greto were both promoted during a Council meeting. They have a combined 26 years of experience with the Department.
Wildwood Police arrested a 20 year old North Cape May man early Wednesday morning at a Wawa convenience store after police found street-packaged drugs and $2,000 inside his vehicle. Matthew G. Walter III was charged with various drug offenses, and with attempting to toss bodily fluids at a police officer. Walter was taken to the…
Cape May County is furthering its economic development program. County Commissioners announced Thursday that the program will focus on business support, new business development, and entrepreneurial development. Consultation will be provided to businesses who have experienced impacts from Covid-19.
The Trump Plaza in Atlantic City will be imploded on the morning of February 17th. Atlantic City Mayor Marty Small says the date was pushed back due to a new concrete foundation that was only recently discovered. Work continues on the vacant casino to prep it for the big explosion.
There were six third-place winning Powerball tickets sold for last night’s drawing, and one of them was sold at a Shop Rite store in Somers Point. New Jersey lottery officials say each of the tickets is worth $50,000. There was one winning ticket for the $731 million jackpot, sold in Maryland.