29 NEW OVERALL CASES OF COVID-19 IN CAPE MAY COUNTY

There are 29 overall new cases of Covid-19 to report in Cape May County.  The County’s health department announced that there are 13 new cases in the community, and 16 new out of county cases.  There are 73 current cases for residents, and 132 non resident active cases.  Most of the non resident cases are …

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REPORT: WAWA ASKING CUSTOMERS FOR EXACT CHANGE, COIN SHORTAGE?

If you go to Wawa, you are asked to pay with a debit card, credit card, or provide exact change.  6ABC reports that Wawa is noting a nationwide coin shortage as the big issue.  The stores just cannot get enough change to keep in the stores to handle all of the customers.  Today, customers can …

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PRIMARY ELECTION DAY ARRIVES WITH CONTESTED RACES

It’s primary election day in New Jersey.  Polling places opened up at 6:00am today as those affiliated with parties cast their votes for candidates to run in the November election.  Most eyes in our region are focused on contested primaries for the democratic and republican congressional nominees.  The polls remain open until 8:00pm, voter turnout …

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CAPE MAY COUNTY WARNS ELDERLY RESIDENTS ABOUT OUT OF STATE TRAVEL

Cape May County officials are warning elderly county residents about out of state travel as Covid-19 cases escalate elsewhere.  Freeholder Director Gerald Thornton says he doesn’t want to see the higher risk group in our county expose themselves to this disease in other state.  About one quarter of the county’s residents are aged 65 or …

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CORONAVIRUS CASES ON THE RISE IN CAPE MAY COUNTY

There is no disputing the numbers, coronavirus is starting to creep up in Cape May County.  On Sunday, county officials reported eight new community cases and an additional 20 out of county positive cases.  Four communities are in double digits in the number of community cases.  There are now 779 total cases in our county …

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