New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy announced Friday that the state has hit a vaccination milestone. Now over six million people are fully vaccinated against coronavirus, according to the Governor. There were 1,300 new cases of the virus reported Friday. Cape May County has exactly 300 resident cases.
Ocean City Mayor Jay Gillian does not believe the new wind farm project to be located in the Atlantic Ocean should be visible by the public from the shoreline. Gillian noted that the city will host a meeting on November 6th with the developer of the project. Gillian is also looking for the project to…
Wildwood Crest has named a park in the memory of Andrew Alameno, a local resident who was killed during the attack on the World Trade Center in 2001. The park is located between Bayview Avenue and New Jersey Avenue. Alameno was a graduate of Wildwood Catholic High School.
Avalon has earned a major environmental achievement award. On Friday, Avalon was honored by ANJEC for presenting a pollinator habitat and beach side science lecture series this past summer. The effort was a product of the Avalon Environmental Commission. The Borough received the award during an Environmental Congress meeting Friday.
The news regarding the spread of coroanvirus in the Garden State is positive. The transmission rate in New Jersey is now 0.87 percent, which means the progression of the virus is slowing. 23 new confirmed deaths were reported Thursday.
Governor Murphy, it’s time to sweat. The latest pre-election poll shows republican Jack Ciattarelli significantly closing the gap in the gubernatorial race. The latest Emerson College/PIX11 survey shows Murphy’s lead now at just six percentage points. Seven percent of voters remain undecided.
The number of coronavirus cases in Cape May County has dropped by 50 percent over the past several weeks. Cape May County’s daily report on Thursday puts the number of Covid-19 cases at 288; weeks ago, the County had nearly 600 cases. Ten of the County’s 16 municipalities have zero, or single digit numbers of…
Lower Township Police have issued a traffic advisory regarding the Coombs Douglass Run that will take place a week from Saturday, October 30th. Residents who live in the Villas, Town Bank, and North Cape May could be impacted next Saturday morning with no parking signs and traffic issues.
The state’s largest newspaper has endorsed democrat Phil Murphy for governor, despite calling him “mediocre”. The Newark Star Ledger backed Murphy for governor, reluctantly. The paper cites major issues it has with republican challenger Jack Cittarelli, who is drawing closer to Murphy in pre-election polls.
Cape May could soon consider a new ordinance that would prohibit the rental of backyard swimming pools. The Cape May Star and Wave reports that Councilwoman Lorraine Baldwin noted there are websites where people can rent out their outdoor swimming pools for profit. Baldwin brought up various issues including noise, health, and current regulations.