Lydia is now a fixture at the Cape May county Zoo. County officials announced that the one and a half year old female zoo has come from the St. Paul, Minnesota zoo and now is a mate for the male zebra, “Ziggy”. Lydia is the fourth female to join the herd. this type of zebra…
Cape May County reported 25 new cases of coronavirus on Saturday. That represents one of the lowest one day totals in recent weeks. Cape May Point remains the only local community without a resident case of the virus.
There are two additional deaths in Cape May County from coronavirus. County officials say a 47 year old woman from Lower Township and a 61 year old woman from Ocean City are the latest victims. there were 36 new positive tests reported Thursday.
You may soon be eligible to get a Wawa gift card, or even cash. A settlement agreement has been reached in connection with the Wawa data breach case that will result in some sort of compensation for many people. $8 million in gift cards may be handed out by the store chain.
There are two more deaths to report in Cape May County from coronavirus. County health officials say an 87 year old man from Middle Township and a 99 year old woman from Ocean City are the latest victims. There were 39 new positive cases reported Wednesday.
You are paying 19 cents more for a gallon of gasoline than you were one month ago. Mid Atlantic AAA reports that the average price for a gallon of gas locally is $2.80 per gallon. We are 24 cents higher than the national average.
Cape May County’s budget is expected to include a one cent increase in the County tax rate. Commission Director Gerald Thornton unveiled the new budget Tuesday, and it totals $181 million. The tax levy to support the budget is $136.6 million. The County says there will be further improvements at the Cape May Airport in…
Cape May County reported 40 additional cases of coronavirus on Tuesday. 14 of the new cases were reported in Middle Township. Only Cape May Point has zero community cases.
Cape May County health officials reported 29 new cases of the coronavirus on Sunday. Lower and Middle townships account for nearly half of all of the cases in the County, with 75 resident cases apiece. The rate of transmission in Cape May County remains below one, which shows the spread of the virus is decreasing.
While the majority of Cape May County residents wait for their coranavirus vaccines, the State announced today that over 1.5 million residents have received at least their first shot. Governor Phil Murphy announced Friday that this week’s winter storms have delayed the arrival of some vaccinations to centers throughout the State.