Dekon Fashaw has been named the new Police Chief in the City of Cape May. The Press of Atlantic City reports that Fashaw was named the new chief during a Council meeting last week. Incoming Mayor Zack Mullock says he was not consulted on the appointment, and had words with City Administrator Jerry Inderwies about…
The United States Coast Guard continues to monitor the tugboat “Miss Aida”, which sank about two miles north of Cape Henlopen State Park on Monday. The crew on board reported that a wave broke the windshield of the boat, causing it to sink. There were no injuries.
The United States Coast Guard has suspended its search for a missing boater near Cape May. The Coast Guard announced Friday afternoon that the search for the individual who was missing at sea has ended. A 32-foot boat capsized Thursday afternoon with one person rescued by a good Samaritin while another person remained missing.
The United States Coast Guard is searching for a man who’s 32 foot long boat capsized in the water near Cape May Thursday afternoon. A good Samaritan spotted the boat and alerted authorities. One person was retrieved from the water, but another person is still missing. The search continues Friday morning.
The Cape May City Elementary School resumed in-person learning today. In a letter posted on the school’s website, Superintendent Zachary Palombo noted that in-person learning will continue up until Cape May County moves from high risk to very high risk, or if current levels of safety are not achievable.
The Taxpayers Association of Cape May wants to eliminate commercial beach tags and increase the cost of the daily tags to eight dollars apiece. The Association issued a press release and notes that the commercial beach tag, which is reusable, is not in place in any other community in New Jersey.
Two Cape May restaurants have announced on their social media pages that they have temporarily suspended operations due to coronavirus. Tisha’s has announced that it began the cleaning process of the restaurant today since one team member was diagnosed with Covid-19. Meanwhile, Fins Bar and Grille also closed this week due to a Covid-19 exposure;…
It looks like Cape May is getting a new mayor. Zackary Mullock earned 61 percent of the vote, apparently defeating incumbent Chuck Lear in Tuesday night’s election. Chris Bezaire won a Council seat during his first bid for elected office.
A minor beach replenishment project is coming to the greater Cape May area this fall and winter. The United States Army Corps of Engineers announced that a contract has been awarded to the Yannuzzi Group of New Jersey to place sand at Cove Beach in Cape May and St. Pete’s Beach in Cape May Point. …
The Cape May City Council meets Tuesday and will receive a presentation on the potential for a state/national register application for the Franklin Street School. Council may also consider the extension of the modification of tent regulations in the city.