New Jersey reported fewer than 9,000 cases of coronavirus on Sunday with only 13 additional confirmed deaths. This shows the downward trajectory of the number of Covid-19 cases statewide. Omicron is still a factor, but the number of cases are slowly decreasing statewide
Multiple fire crews responded to a house fire located on Route 47 in Goshen on Saturday. The fire temporarily closed Route 47 as firemen battled the flames. There are no reported injuries. Photo courtesy of Villas Volunteer Fire Department social media.
An organization that claims it raises money for the families of fallen police officers has been sued by the New Jersey Attorney General’s Office for being completely bogus. The National Police Relief Association was sued as a couple who ran the group paid themselves six figure sums and other monies on trips to Disney and…
There were eight additional deaths from coronavirus over the past week in Cape May County. County officials announced that the rate of transmission for the virus has dropped to .82, which shows the spread is slowing. There will be vaccination clinics held this week in Avalon and the Villas.
The Middle Township girls basketball team picked up a big 57-30 victory over rival Lower Cape May Thursday evening. Jada Elston was selected as the CoastSportsToday.com’s Player of the Game as she scored 19 points for the Panthers in the win. Lower Cape May’s boys team also lost, 49-43 to Egg Harbor Township. Middle boys…
Atlantic City officials are using their federal stimulus money to hand out $500 checks to property owners throughout the city. Residents and non-residents can apply for the funding and get the free money. Mayor Marty Small says he wants to invest in human capital.
The fire that closed the Garden State Parkway in both directions near Brick earlier this week was caused by an arsonist. New Jersey State Police say the fire was reported near milepost 91 of the Parkway. Several individuals likely started the fire, and they may have been juveniles. The suspects were seen running into the…
Vicki Clark is stepping down as the President of the Cape May County Chamber of Commerce effective May 30th. The Chamber announced Clark’s departure on Thursday. She has served as the President for for the Chamber for the past 18 years. She is retiring to spend more time with her family, including seven grandchildren.
New Jersey announced another 161 deaths from coronavirus on Thursday. State officials also announced just over 10,000 new cases of the virus. Governor Phil Murphy said today he thinks the state is in the early days of turning the corner.
Congressman Jeff Van Drew announced that he has secured $20 million for dredging projects in New Jersey. Van Drew announced today that $7 million will be spent to dredge the Salem River, and over a half million dollars will be used on the Cold Spring Inlet.