A pro football player who also serves as an assistant coach for the Lower Cape May Regional High School football team scored his first NFL touchdown Sunday. Colin Thompson scored his first touchdown on his first career catch, from quarterback Teddy Bridgewater of the Carolina Panthers. The Panthers have retained Thompson’s services since early September.…
A fire inside the parking garage at the Ocean City Acme supermarket has closed the store until further notice. The Press of Atlantic city reports that the fire started Sunday afternoon, and the store was evacuated. It took firemen 20 minutes to put out the blaze. The cause of the fire remains under investigation.
New Jersey broke it’s day-old, all time record for the most number of new coronavirus cases in 24 hours. Sunday’s report by the state showed 4,540 cases of the virus in the Garden State. There are 18 new confirmed deaths. Over the two day weekend, New Jersey added nearly 9,000 new cases of the virus.
There is a Coastal Flood Advisory in effect for Sunday morning in Cape May County, and a Wind Advisory in effect for late this afternoon and this evening. Accu Weather says it’s possible some thunderstorms may roll through our region this evening bringing strong winds to the area. There is a chance for minor coastal…
Avalon and Stone Harbor are moving towards an agreement to share court operations. Under the agreement, all court operations for both towns will be held in Avalon. Avalon’s council is expected to approve this agreement Monday, while Stone Harbor will vote on the agreement the following day.
Middle Township has announced plans for its Christmas Parade to be held on Friday, December 4th. The parade has an entry deadline of December 2nd. The parade will begin at 7pm, with a 6pm lineup.
One person is dead as a result of a boating accident in the Raritan Bay over the weekend. Authorities say a capsized boat was found in the bay near Keyport on Saturday and one person was pulled from the water. The United States Coast Guard and other agencies responded to the incident.
New Jersey logged 4,395 new cases of coronavirus on Saturday, which is a new one-day record for the Garden State. 26 additional deaths were reported. These numbers almost certainly mean Governor Murphy will have more restrictions announced in the coming days. Murphy calls the numbers “alarming and concerning”.
There are now 357 resident cases of coronavirus in Cape May County. New figures released Saturday show an additional 47 new cases of the virus. Now, every community in the County has at least one case. Lower Township leads the way with 73 cases.
The Lower Township Municipal Utilities Authority will conduct hydrant flushing starting on Monday. During this time, there could be a discoloration of the water for a short period of time for customers. Residents should check to make sure their water is clear before doing laundry; the flushing will occur 24 hours a day, all week…