A Marlton man has been indicted by the State on charges he used a box cutter in order to rob a patron at an Atlantic City casino back in December. Authorities announced that Shawn P. Applewhite has been indicted on robbery and other offenses He allegedly put the box cutter to the throat of his…
Atlantic City Police arrested three Atlantic County residents while recovering a gun during a narcotics investigation. Police say the investigation included the search of a motel room on Pacific Avenue. A loaded handgun, heroin, and drug packaging materials were all recovered.
Cape May County begins this week with 335 active resident coronavirus cases. Lower Township has 87 cases, while Middle Township has 63, according to the Cape May County Department of Health. Every community, except Stone Harbor, has at least one active case. Along the beaches, both Wildwood and Ocean City each have 28 cases apiece.
The latest CDC guidelines show that masks should be worn inside in all 21 New Jersey counties. Cape May County is one of nine in the State with a high rate of coronavirus transmission. Cape May County has over 300 active cases of Covid-19 among residents.
Cape May County has 302 active cases of coronavirus. New figures released by the County late Friday show 73 cases in Lower Township and 52 in Middle Township. Every municipality has at least one case of Covid-19. The number of non resident active cases is four.
North Wildwood is having a huge flea market on Sunday. City police say the flea market will result in the southbound lanes of JFK Beach Drive will have delays, while the northbound lane will be closed starting at 5am Sunday.
Spirit Airlines continues to cancel flights throughout the country. On Saturday, Spirit flights between Ft. Lauderdale and Orlando were cancelled. So-called “operational issues” have prevented the airline from keeping its flight schedule in many airports. Other flights out of ACY Saturday are operating.
Students and teachers will both be required to wear masks inside school facilities when the school year starts. Governor Murphy sparked a political debate over the effectiveness of masks when he made the announcement Friday, and immediately became the target of GOP attacks. Some protestors appeared at the announcement denouncing the Governor’s message.
Some retail stores and chain restaurants are now requiring customers and employees to mask up. McDonald’s and Apple stores are requiring everyone to wear a mask; stores that now require employees to wear a mask include Acme, Home Depot, Starbucks, Lowe’s, and Wawa. Other locations in select areas include TJ Maxx, Kohl’s, and Marshalls.
The Cape May Taxpayers Association will hold its annual meeting next Thursday. State Senator Mike Testa is expected to speak at the meeting, along with Mayor Zack Mullock. Various budget and revenue discussions will be held during the presentation at City Hall.