Cape May County will resume weekly vaccination and booster shot clinics inside Avalon’s Community Hall. County officials announced the clinics will be held Wednesday afternoons starting at 2pm. Some additional mobile clinics have also been scheduled by the County.
Cape May County reported 147 new cases of coronavirus over the past 24 hours. Upper, Lower, and Middle townships all have well over 100 cases, as does Ocean City. Only Cape May Point has zero cases of the virus.
The Lower Cape May Regional boys basketball team won a consolation game Thursday in the annual Boardwalk Basketball Classic. Lower Cape May knocked off Freire Charter High School from Pennsylvania, 60-27. Girls action is limited today, with Wildwood’s girls team taking on Holy Spirit. There are two other girls’ games on the schedule.
New Jersey has reported a staggering 20,483 new coronavirus cases in one day, shattering the state’s all time record. The state also announced 50 additional deaths. This broke the previous record by nearly 4,000 new cases. Hospitalizations continue to increase statewide.
Former Middle Township mayor Mike Voll is expected to be reappointed to his position as City Manager in Cape May. The Cape May City Council will meet in a special session Thursday and a resolution to reappoint Voll as manager is on the agenda. The meeting will be held virtually.
The Wildwood Catholic girls basketball team picked up a key victory in the Boardwalk Basketball Classic in Wildwood Tuesday. Wildwood Catholic was shorthanded but defeated Woodbury, 56-42. In boys’ action, Wildwood went to three overtimes but wound up defeating Brandywine, 58-52. Photo by Brian Cunniff.
55 year old Phillip J. Fox of Vineland has been charged with a second degree count of vehicular homicide in connection with a motor vehicle accident that killed an 18 year old man. NJ.com reports that Fox was intoxicated when he drove his car into a bicycle ridden by Daniel Diaz of Vineland. Diaz was…
Cape May County added 190 new cases of coronavirus in its new report today. There are nearly 1300 people currently infected with the virus in the Jersey Cape, or over one percent of the County’s population. Middle and Lower townships each have over 300 residential cases of the virus.
Ventnor City Hall is closed to the public. City officials issued a statement on their website today, announcing that the building will be closed due to Covid concerns. The building will be closed until January 10th or until further notice.
Action has resumed Tuesday in the Boardwalk Basketball Classic at the Wildwoods Convention Center. The Wildwood Catholic Lady Crusaders take on Woodbury with a tip off scheduled shortly before 5pm. In boys’ action Monday evening. St. Augustine defeated Woodbury by 18.