Gaming revenue continues to surge in Atlantic City. The Division of Gaming Enforcement announced that the December revenue for the casinos was $404.1 million, which is nearly 30 percent higher than one year ago. Internet gaming revenue accounted for more than one quarter of the total revenue.
Cape May County’s rate of transmission of coronavirus continues to slow down. County officials say the rate has dropped to 1.05, which still means for every person contracting the virus, slightly more than one person gets it transmitted to them. Four additional deaths have been reported in the past week.
You can put your snow shovel away. Accu Weather is calling for no snow for Cape May County Sunday afternoon and evening as another storm comes up the coastline. Most of the snow will be north and west of Philadelphia. Tidal flooding and beach erosion is possible as wind gusts are expected at 50mph along…
New Jersey reported 106 new deaths and over 20,000 new cases of coronavirus in the past 24 hours. New Jersey’s seven day average of cases is beginning to drop a little. Governor Murphy says he’s hopeful this shows the peak has occurred.
23 year old Luis Rivera of Vineland was shot and killed Thursday night after he left a Wawa convenience store located on Park Avenue and Delsea Drive. NJ.com reports that Rivera died at the scene, and the shooting does not appear to be a random act.
Former Wildwood Catholic boys basketball star Taj Thweatt has entered the NCAA transfer protocol and will leave West Virginia for Coastal Carolina. CoastSportsToday.com’s Brian Cunniff reports that Thweatt played one and a half seasons at West Virginia and will be eligible to again play at the start of the 2022-’23 basketball season.
27 year old Jamal Preston of Egg Harbor Township has admitted to setting a house fire in Ocean County while three people were inside the residence. The fire took place during the summer of 2020 in Lakewood. Preston used a liquid and an open flame to start the fire.
Sea Isle City Mayor Len Desiderio has confirmed there will not be a polar bear plunge in February in his city. Desiderio issued his regular email blast to city residents and stated there will not be a plunge during President’s weekend. The city recently amended its regulations for special events that rely on a large…
Matthew Doherty is set to leave the helm of the Casino Reinvestment Development Authority. CRDA announced late Thursday that Doherty was leaving, and his final day on the job will be January 28th. No replacement has been named.
The owner of Pappy’s Pig Roast in Marmora now wants to operate a cannabis dispensary in West Cape May. The Cape May Star and Wave reports that Tom Nuscis, the operator of the pig roast company, has applied with the State to sell cannabis in West Cape May. The name of the company that applied…