More than one million New Jerseyans have received at least their first coronavirus vaccination shot. State officials announced Tuesday that there are 31 additional deaths from the virus, along with 3,144 new cases. The number of hospitalizations is on the decline.
Wildwood Catholic Academy won a big girls basketball game Monday afternoon. CoastSportsToday’s Brian Cunniff reports that Marianna Papazoglou scored 31 points in the 57-47 victory. Carly Murphy added nine points.
Wildwood’s Shamrock Cafe may lose its liquor license. State Police Superintendent Patrick Callahan says the process has begun on the State level to revoke the license, according to a report in the Press of Atlantic City. There have been four instances of the bar failing to follow safety guidelines related to Covid, according to the…
Cape May County has reported 36 new cases of coronavirus. Monday’s figures place 13 of the new cases in Lower Township. There have been 6472 cases of the virus in the County since the start of the pandemic.
New Jersey reported only 1,222 new coronavirus cases on Monday. State officials also confirmed 14 additional deaths. The State admitted that there may be issues with reporting the number of cases electronically, and Tuesday’s numbers may climb.
Thursday will mark the 27th anniversary of the death of Lower Township police officer David Douglass. Douglass was killed in the line of duty after exchanging gunfire with a suspect who burglarized a home then set it on fire. Flags at Township Hall and the police department will be at half staff; a memorial wreath…
A 56 year old woman pointed a firearm at police early Friday morning and was subsequently arrested. Police charged Kelly Longbottom after she appeared at the door of a residence on Pacific Avenue with a firearm in her hand. She was charged with multiple counts including aggravated assault on a police officer.
The Cape May County Zoo’s female snow leopard has died. County officials announced Sunday that Himani was peacefully euthanized following a battle with cancer. Himani was born in 2003 and came to the County Zoo six years later from the Knoxville Zoo. She had four litter of cubs.
The boys basketball team at Lower Cape May Regional High School has picked up a game, and it will be broadcast live on WCZT. Lower Cape May will battle Pleasantville, with the game tipping off at 5:30pm on the Coast. Live video will be streamed on CoastSportsToday.com.
The professional baseball journey for former Lower Cape May Regional star Matt Szczur continues. Szczur has signed a minor league deal with the St. Louis Cardinals to add some depth in the outfield. Szczur has been invited to spring training.