Lawmakers from our 1st Legislative District are criticizing Governor Murphy’s decision to open up some businesses to 50 percent capacity starting in eight days. They say the Governor continues to take an axe to the regulations, instead of a surgical approach. They argue that only two percent of the Covid-19 cases in the entire State…
Cape May County reported 28 new cases of coronavirus on Tuesday. County officials say nearly half of the new cases are in Middle Township. The only community with no resident cases is Cape May Point.
Cape May County has dropped below 300 active community cases of coronavirus. County officials announced Monday that there were 29 new positive cases on Monday, which brings the County total to 297. Half of the towns in the County each have fewer then ten cases.
Gasoline prices are now $2.93 per gallon in Cape May County. Mid Atlantic AAA reports that our prices locally are four cents above the state average. The national average is $2.77 per gallon.
Maliha has a new home, at the Cape May County Zoo. Zoo officials announced Monday that Maliha is an eight year old female snow leopard who comes to us from the Rogers Williams Zoo in Rhode Island. She will be the intended mate for Bataar, a male snow leopard.
Cape May County reported fewer than two dozen new coronavirus cases on Sunday. 22 new cases were reported. Our County has just over 300 residential cases with nearly one half of them being in Middle and Lower townships.
New Jersey State Senator Mike Testa has sponsored a bill that would put all of the state’s hotel and motel occupancy taxes towards tourism promotion, arts, and history. That fund generated $112 million in 2019. This would increase the funding to travel and tourism to nearly 32 percent of the overall allocation.
Gasoline prices in Cape May County are now $2.91 per gallon. Mid Atlantic AAA reports that represents a nine cent increase from just one week ago. Today, our area’s gas prices are the highest in the State and a nickle higher than the state average.
Cape May County officials will be using a special “alert” feature on the Cape May County government website when and if there are appointment slots available at County vaccination clinics. The alert can be used by residents who have received their “Time to Schedule” email from the New Jersey Department of Health, after enrolling on…
Cape May County added only 23 new coronavirus cases on Sunday. The latest report puts nearly half of the new cases in Lower and Middle townships. There are only 328 active residential cases countywide.