The Cape May City Council will meet Tuesday afternoon in a special session. Council is expected to appoint a designee for the City Manager evaluation process, and also discuss collective bargaining with a police union. The meeting starts at 5:00pm.
The jail warden at the Cumberland County Jail has resigned. The Press of Atlantic City reports that Charles Warren resigned Monday before a hearing he was supposed to have with a federal judge regarding a complaint by inmates that the jail is not protecting them from coronavirus. The hearing with the judge has now been…
Middle Township Police have arrested a 21 year old man from Green Creek in connection with a hit and run accident involving a bicyclist Sunday night that caused extensive injuries to the bicyclist. Police say Paul Koscinski was charged with assault by auto following the accident that took place on Stagecoach Road. The driver allegedly…
Middle Township’s next football game will start at 6:30pm on Friday, and not at 7:00pm. CoastSportsToday.com’s Brian Cunniff reports the start time of the game has been moved by a half an hour. The game will be broadcast live this Friday on WCZT.
Governor Murphy announced Monday that child care workers in New Jersey must be vaccinated by November 1st or they will receive regular testing for coronavirus. Murphy has also put a face mask requirement in place as of September 24th. The directive comes via executive order.
One quarter of all Covid-19 cases in Cape May County reside in Lower Township. County officials report 121 community cases in Lower Township, with 478 cases countywide. Only Cape May Point has zero community cases, according to the latest report.
The Town Bank Volunteer Fire Company is mourning the passing of former Chief Raymond Brown. The Company announced that Brown served the unit for nearly six decades and served as a fire commissioner for over 40 years. Photo courtesy of Town Bank Fire Company social media page.