Despite more than 3.6 million ballots already returned by New Jersey voters, lines could be long at some polling locations. Every county, including Cape May, will be operating at least 50 percent of its normal polling capacity Tuesday. Machines will only be accessible to those who are disabled; if you vote in person you will…
The United States Department of Justice will monitor polling locations in two New Jersey counties today. Bergen and Middlesex counties have been selected to have monitors to protect voting rights. This is a routine practice by the Department.
The company that owns the Cumberland Mall has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. PREIT announced Monday that it has filed for protection for its three malls, which also include the Moorestown Mall and the Cherry Hill Mall. Lenders have agreed to another $150 million in financing.
Three Cape May County communities have at least 30 cases of coronavirus. Lower and Middle townships, along with Ocean City, all have at least 30 resident cases; Upper Township has 29. There were 19 new community cases reported on Monday, with four of them being in Wildwood.
Bridgeton Police announced Monday they are searching for the individuals responsible for firing a dozen bullets into a home on Buckshutem Road early Saturday morning. Police say 12 bullets holes were found in the corner of the residence, and some pierced a window. The incident remains under investigation, according to a press release on the…
New Jersey reported nearly 1,400 new cases of coronavirus Monday. State officials confirm three additional deaths, although there were 20 suspects deaths in New Jersey hospitals Sunday alone from the virus. There are 1,109 people in the hospital with Covid-19.
Over 3.5 million people have already voted in the Garden State. Governor Phil Murphy revealed those figures on Monday. That number is about 90 percent of the entire number of people who voted in the presidential election four years ago.
Congressional candidate Amy Kennedy is self-quarantining after being in close proximity to someone with coronavirus. Philly.com reports that Kennedy was in close proximity to someone with the virus during an outdoor event Saturday; both were wearing face masks. Her in-person events have been cancelled with the election being held tomorrow.
The Galloway Township branch of the county’s library system will reopen on Wednesday with curbside pickup. The library has been closed for the past couple of weeks because of an individual was inside the library who tested positive for Covid-19. The facility has been deep cleaned and sanitized.
A 28 year old Middle Township man has been arrested and charged for allegedly having sex with a minor. The Cape May County Prosecutor’s Office announced Monday the charges against Christopher Eggermont of Middle Township. Prosecutors say an investigation was conducted relating to the sexual assault of a juvenile victim. The investigation is ongoing.