New Jersey reported only 883 new coronavirus cases on Sunday. There were five new confirmed deaths. In recent days, the number of new cases exceeded 1,000. There have been 5.3 million residents fully vaccinated against the virus.
It looks like Middle Township will be the latest community to prohibit recreational cannabis businesses in its community. The Township Committee has a second reading of an ordinance on Monday’s agenda that would prevent recreational pot stores from opening up. The meeting begins at 6pm.
North Wildwood Mayor Patrick Rosenello is the latest local mayor to criticize the state over new laws pertaining to minors. Rosenello cites the recent decriminalization of alcohol and cannabis for minors, and notes that police officers can be charged with a crime in certain instances. He also notes eight assaults involving juveniles in North Wildwood…
Cape May County is getting $3.3 million in transportation funding to help rebuild infrastructure. State officials announced that $161 million was being doled out throughout New Jersey. County aid funds are based on population and road mileage, and can be used for roads and bridges.
Cape May County’s coronavirus cases are on the sharp incline. There are now 161 resident cases in the County, with every community having at least one case. There were 28 cases in Middle Township, the highest in the County. There are only six non resident active cases.
New Jersey state court houses are finally opening to the public starting Monday. They have been shut down and going virtual through the pandemic for a year and a half. The state judiciary will continue to monitor guidelines provided by the CDC.
Police in Wildwood Crest arrested the same 32 year old Pennsylvania man twice in three days. Christopher Stonelake was highly intoxicated and confrontational when he was initially arrested in a parking lot at Atlantic Avenue and Cardinal Road on July 22nd. Then two days later he was drunk and yelling obscenities outside of hotels along…
New Jersey again topped 1,000 new cases of coronavirus on Saturday. State health officials say nine new deaths were reported. The rate of transmission went down a little bit. Monmouth County continues to have the highest rates of the virus.