In order for employees at Stockton University to work, they must be vaccinated against coronavirus. The University announced the new requirement on Thursday. Managers and temporary employees are among those who must be vaccinated.
The first gubernatorial debate of the year is all set. Democrat Phil Murphy and Republican Jack Ciattarelli will square off on September 28th and will be aired on television stations in the Philadelphia and New York City markets. Both men are their parties’ candidates for the November gubernatorial election.
The National Weather Service has issued a Tornado Watch for Cape May County. The Watch is in effect Thursday until 9pm. Some scattered thunderstorms are possible this afternoon, with heavier weather possible in our area during the early evening hours.
North Wildwood officials announced the cancellation of a concert Thursday night due to the poor weather forecast. The “Jimmy and the Parrots” concert at the Lou Booth Amphitheater has been cancelled due to storms that are in the forecast.
A portion of Railroad Avenue in Middle Township will be closed for five hours on Friday. Township officials announced on their website that the road will be closed between the hours of 7am and Noon on Friday, from Teal Road to the intersection of Route 47. Construction will be underway during this time.
There is a very good chance that many places in our region will be experiencing thunderstorms Thursday afternoon, into the evening. The National Weather Service has placed Cape May County under an elevated risk of heavy storms with drenching rains and strong winds. Marine interests should keep up to date on the forecast, every hour…
For the first time in 12 weeks, New Jersey has recorded over 1,000 new coronavirus cases in a 24 hour period. State officials say there are also three new deaths attributable to the virus. This is the first 1,000 case day since the second week of May.
A Wildwood High grad and Cape May County native is the newest commissioner on the Delaware River and Bay Authority. Heather Baldini was sworn in to her new role as a commissioner, and she will serve through 2025. Baldini was confirmed by the New Jersey Senate in late June for the position.