The annual South Jersey Lifeguard Championships will be held this evening in Longport. This is arguably the most prestigious lifeguard competition of the summer. The event dates back to the 1920’s.
There were 47 new coronavirus cases added in Cape May County in the past day. New figures from the Cape May County Health Department now show 435 residential cases of the virus in the County. Nearly half of the total cases are located in Middle and Lower townships. We are now over 9,000 cases of…
A mask mandate begins Monday at Stockton University. University officials announced on their website that all individuals using common indoor areas will be required to mask up, regardless of vaccination status. Classroom instruction begins on September 7th, and all students and instructors will be required to wear masks.
Cumberland County authorities today announced another arrest in connection with a shooting at a party that took place in late May in Bridgeton. Authorities announced today that 21 year old Zedekiah Holmes of Millville has been charged with first degree murder in the shooting deaths of two individuals, along with the wounding of three others. …
There has been another small increase in the number of coronavirus cases in the Garden State. New figures released Thursday show 1,697 cases of the virus added, along with eight new deaths. The number of hospitalizations from the virus is going up as well.
A Galloway Township man has been charged with having over 17,000 bags of heroin along with a loaded handgun, cocaine, and drug measuring scales. 46 year old Alfred Fuller Jr. was charged with multiple serious drug offenses and hauled off to the Atlantic County Jail.
Cape May County now has 388 residential cases of coronavirus. New figures posted by the County show 107 cases of the virus in Lower Township, and 86 cases in Middle Township. Wildwood leads the way among beach communities with over 40 cases.
Cape May City Police are searching for two female shoplifting suspects. Police have released surveillance photos of the two women who stole clothing from a store on the Washington Street Mall. Anyone with information on these individuals is asked to contact police.
The Cape May County Prosecutor’s Office announced charges against five residents of the Villas on various narcotics offenses. The arrests came after complaints about alleged drug activity on Weber Avenue in the Villas. Various narcotics including heroin, cocaine, methamphetamine, and other drugs were connected to the arrests.
There are now 365 cases of coronavirus in Cape May County. New data posted by the County Health Department shows most communities with at least one case of the virus. State numbers are also on the rise as well.