Public schools in Cape May County are all closed from Tuesday, March 17th through March 30th. Local school districts are starting to issue this news on their websites and social media pages, including Middle Township, which states that essential personnel will be working in the schools through the closing. Lower Cape May Regional posted that…
It looks like there will be a state shutdown of public schools, very soon. In our area, West Cape May, Stone Harbor, and Avalon schools will be closed starting on Tuesday. On the Avalon-Stone Harbor school website, there is a notice that the closure on Tuesday is “under the direction of the Cape May County…
No more classes at Atlantic Cape Community College. The college announced that online education will be held through March 30th. Classes are cancelled from March 23rd through the 29th; then, starting on March 30th, online education will begin.
Cape May County has announced additional closures courtesy of coronavirus. The County Park and Zoo remains open, but exhibit buildings will not be accessible to the public. Election Board polling classes are cancelled until further notice, and all County senior centers will be closed until further notice, as of March 16th.
Cape May County is closing the Museum of Cape May County until April 6th. The Cape May County Historical and Genealogical Society will remain closed due to COVID-19. The Robert C. Alexander research library will also be closed.
There is a temporary visitation ban at the Crest Having Nursing and Rehabilitation Center due to the coronavirus. County officials have also put in place a travel ban outside of the County for all workers on official duty, including meetings and conferences.
Cape May County Freeholder Director Gerry Thornton is expected to deliver his State of the County address on March 19th. The Cape May County Chamber of Commerce announced that Thornton will deliver his remarks during a chamber luncheon at Icona/Avalon.
The Cape May County Prosecutor’s Office has created a liaison between law enforcement and the LGBTQ community. County Prosecutor Jeffrey Sutherland announced that Lt. Joseph Landis will be the official liaison for the County. Sutherland says the new position was created in part due to the increase in bias crimes in the State.
Michael Donohue made it official Wednesday, explaining reasons why he left his position as a Superior Court judge last week. Donohue announced in a press release that he wants to get back in to politics, and practice as an attorney. He served as the leader of the Cape May County GOP before accepting the judgeship…
Various reports suggest former Cape May County GOP leader and former assembly candidate Michael Donohue has stepped down from his position as a Superior Court judge. Donohue is expected to further explain his decision to return to the private sector this week. Donahue reportedly left his seat on the bench last week.