The Cape May City Elementary School has switched to remote learning for this week. School Administrator Zachary Palombo cites the increasing Covid-19 caseload in Cape May County. He notes to parents that remote learning may be extended past January 14th.
There were some mixed results for local teams at the annual Seagull Classic basketball tournament this weekend. Camden Catholic boys crushed Wildwood Catholic Academy, 72-22. In girls’ action, Macie McCracken had 33 points as Wildwood knocked off Our Lady of Mercy Academy, 74-62.
There is a little good news to report on New Jersey’s coronavirus pandemic. There were over 26,600 new cases of the virus reported statewide Sunday, but the rate of transmission dipped a little bit to 1.55. That rate still means that the spread of the virus continues.
Funeral services will be held Tuesday for Les Rea, a very well known local farmer from West Cape May who passed away last week. Rea was known as the “Lima Bean King” in the area as his family farm has been worked for over a century producing lima beans, field corn, and hay. He was…
Runway cables that are supposed to stop military jets and help them land safely wound up diverting two flights from the Atlantic City International Airport to Philadelphia on Friday night. The Daily Journal reports that the Atlantic City International Airport had to divert two Spirit Airlines flights to Philadelphia because the cables malfunctioned and could…
Cape May city government will reorganize virtually Tuesday afternoon. There will be nominations accepted for the Deputy Mayor position in the city and the reappointments to various positions, including city solicitor and city prosecutor.
Cape May County is close to 2,400 active cases of coronavirus. The County again added more than 200 new cases over the past 24 hours. Middle Township has 639 cases, Lower Township, 548. Every community has an active case of Covid-19.
The Meadowview Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Northfield is getting some assistance from the New Jersey National Guard. 6abc.com reports that the help has been requested due to an outbreak of coronavirus among staff and residents. The Guard members may help residents with daily activities.