South Jersey fared very well in regards to power outages caused by the nor’easter. There were very few outages in our part of the state, and zero widespread outages in Cape May County. As of Thursday at 9:45am, only 530 customers were without power in Atlantic City Electric’s service area.
It’s been a busy 24 hours for the New Jersey State Police. Due to a snowstorm that dumped plenty of snow in the northern half of the State, police have responded to over 200 motor vehicle accidents. More than a foot of snow fell in New Jersey’s northern most counties.
The bridge toll on the Delaware Memorial Bridge for frequent travelers only is going up as of January 1st. The Delaware River and Bay Authority announced Wednesday that the toll for motorists in the frequent traveler program will increase by 50 cents. All other toll rates remain unchanged. For regular drivers, the bridge crossing remains…
New Jersey will be under a State of Emergency at 2:00pm Wednesday. Governor Phil Murphy announced on social media the new declaration as about half of the state is expected to receive significant snow. Murphy says all of New Jersey is under some sort of weather warning. State offices are closing at 1:00pm.
New Jersey reported 91 new deaths from coronavirus on Wednesday. The state also announced that there are 5,803 new cases of the virus. New Jersey continues to average about 5,000 new cases of the virus every day.
97 new deaths from coronavirus were reported by the State of New Jersey on Tuesday. State officials report over 4,100 new cases of the virus during Tuesday’s report. New Jersey has now recorded 16,004 deaths from the virus during the pandemic.
Congressman Jeff Van Drew believes a suggestion by some democrats that certain House members not be seated is “absurd”. Van Drew appeared on “Fox & Friends” Tuesday and stated that a suggested that republicans who backed a lawsuit challenging the fairness of the election not be seated is an absurd notion. Van Drew also told…
New Jersey has issued its first coronavirus vaccine within the state’s borders. Tuesday morning, hospital emergency department nurse Maritza Beniquez at University Hospital-Newark became the first New Jerseyan to receive the vaccine. The event was attended by Governor Phil Murphy and other state officials. Photo courtesy of Phil Murphy social media page.
New Jersey’s first coronavirus vaccine will be administered Tuesday morning at a hospital in Newark. Governor Phil Murphy is expected to be on hand for the vaccine to be administered. There are initially 76,000 doses of the vaccine headed to the Garden State.
New Jersey lawmakers on Thursday are set to consider new legislation that will set the rules and parameters for the legal sale of recreational pot in the Garden State. Various bills were approved in committee Monday and head to the New Jersey Senate for consideration on Thursday. One of the bills actually permits a legal…