Republican Hirsch Singh is refusing to lose the republican primary race for United States Senate. Singh has filed a lawsuit alleging that there was poor management and fraud involved in the July primary election. Singh wants the results tossed out and a re-do of the election.
Drink up in Atlantic City. Governor Murphy has signed a new bill into law that will permit open containers on parts of the city’s boardwalk and beaches. Public drinking is now allowable in Atlantic City’s tourism district.
New Jersey State Police are urging the public to use caution while driving and boating during the busy Labor Day weekend. Last year, five of the seven fatal crashed in New Jersey included alcohol or drugs. There will be a significant increase in traffic enforcement during the holiday weekend. There have been eight boating fatalities…
Avalon will be holding its popular paper shredding day on Labor Day. Borough officials moved the event from Mother’s Day weekend due to the coronavirus pandemic. It is free for Avalon residents and property owners and will be held at the Public Works facility.
The Wildwood Crest Borough-wide Yard Sale will be held on October 3rd. Crest officials say the event will begin at 8:00am and was moved from a May 2nd date earlier this year. Maps will not be available for this year’s yard sale.
There are five new cases of coronavirus reported in Cape May County. County health officials announced that all five were resident cases, and on the cusp of Labor Day weekend, none were non-resident cases. This county is now down to 55 resident cases of the virus.
The National Weather Service has issued a tornado watch for Cape May County Thursday until 10:00pm. A cold front will move across our region this evening and will spark numerous heavy thunderstorms in southern New Jersey. Conditions may favor the development of tornadoes.
A man has been arrested for exposing himself to multiple women on the beaches of Wildwood Crest. Wildwood Crest Police announced the arrest of 62 year old Scott Macauley of Metuchen who was charged with lewdness. He was released on his own recognizance.
New Jersey has reported nine more deaths from Covid-19 Thursday. There are 455 new cases of the virus in the Garden State. The rate of transmission has climbed to a shade below the one percent mark. Friday marks the six month anniversary of the first coronavirus case in New Jersey.
The National Weather Service is calling for the potential of severe storms Thursday evening. Cape May County is included in a higher risk region for the storms which are expected to also impact Delaware and Maryland. Strong wind gusts and downpours are possible. The good news? Labor Day weekend looks fantastic.