Cape May County has announced its list of secure drop box locations for the November election. This election will largely be a vote by mail campaign, and ballots can be mailed securely in drop boxes around the County. The complete list is available at capemaycountyvotes.com. Here is the list of locations: Drop Box Locations Drop…
The County has announced plans for mandatory inspections of three county-operated bridges which will reduce traffic to one lane on the spans for six hours. The Ingram’s Thorofare, Ludlam’s Thorofare, and Roosevelt Boulevard bridges will all get the work in the coming days. First up will be Ingram’s Thorofare on Saturday, starting at 9:00am; that…
The Cape May County Prosecutor’s Office has announced multiple arrests and various charges against individuals connection to the sexual assault of a juvenile in Belleplain. 78 year old Carol Allen of Belleplain, 30 year old Willis Allen Jr. of Belleplain, and 32 year old Vincent Allen of New Brunswick have all been charged. The arrests…
There are eight new coronavirus cases reported in Cape May County. Health officials say half of the new resident cases are in three beach communities: North Wildwood, Ocean City, and Sea Isle City. The number of non resident active cases has dropped substantially to six.
Cape May County is reporting six new cases of coronavirus. New figures released by County health officials show two of the six new cases are in Ocean City. There are zero additional non-resident cases in the County.
Time is running out for you to self-report your census information. County officials have reminded the public that the self-reporting deadline is September 30th. Census packets were mailed out in March, and re-mailed in August to those who had not yet reported. If you don’t report, you may be getting a knock on your door.
There is one additional death to report in Cape May County from coronavirus. A 64 year old male from Woodbine died as a result of the virus. There were four new resident cases, two of them each in Upper and Middle townships. There are 96 resident cases in the Cape.
There were only six new overall cases of coronavirus reported in Cape May County Sunday, three of them being non-resident cases. Cape May County now has 108 resident cases of the virus, with most of them being in mainland communities. Avalon, Stone Harbor, West Cape May, and West Wildwood continue to have zero resident cases.
The Cape May County Chamber of Commerce announced that it’s widely popular Business at the Beach Expo will be held virtually later this month. The Chamber announced that the Expo will be held on September 23rd and will allow businesses to establish virtual tables to show their products and services.
It was 19 years ago today that a terrorist attack on the United States took nearly 3,000 lives. Some local communities are holding solemn remembrances today to honor the victims and the heroes on September 11, 2001. Local police departments and first responders assisted in the recovery following the attacks on New York City.