There were only four new cases of coronavirus reported in Cape May County on Sunday. County officials say the rate of transmission is below .8, which means the spread of the virus is drastically slowing. Walk ins are accepted at the County’s vaccination clinic at Avalon Community Hall starting at 11:00am Monday.
Nearly half of New Jersey’s 6.9 million adults have been vaccinated against Covid-19. State officials over the weekend announced that hospitalizations from the virus are at their lowest point of the entire year. Just over 1,000 cases of the virus were reported on Saturday; hospitalizations are down too.
A tornado over the bay occurred Saturday afternoon on the Barnegat Bay. Local authorities say the waterspout touched down off Seaside Heights. A special marine warning was issued to mariners during the waterspout event.
Bay Avenue in Ocean City will be under construction this week. City officials announced that milling and paving operations will take place from 31st Street and run northward to 8th Street. Detours will be in place fore the balance of the week.
Vineland Police are seeking the public’s help with catching two men who allegedly shoplifted from a Marshall’s department store in the Cumberland Mall. Police have released photos of the two men who left the store without paying on social media. The shoplifting incidents occurred on Thursday.
The Cape May County Municipal Utilities Authority is having its hazardous waste collection day Saturday at the transfer station in Burleigh. The MUA nots that materials like cleaning products, gasolines, mercury-containing items, and pool chemicals can all be safely dropped off. The event runs for three hours, starting at 8:00am.
Avalon is holding a big spring weekend this weekend. It’s the once a year annual yard sale at dozens of properties in Avalon. The Borough is also holding a paper shredding day for property owners, a bicycle auction, and a plant sale at the fire house. The Avalon Lions Club will also have a special…
Starting today, you can take a seat at a bar in New Jersey. New regulations go into effect today that allow you to sit at a bar as long as you are six feet away from the next patron or there is a partition separating you from the next customer. The outdoor gathering limit also…
New Jersey Congressman Frank Pallone is attempting to make a ban of offshore drilling for fuel permanent. Congressman Frank Pallone has introduced a new federal bill that would shut the door permanently on any offshore drilling along the East Coast. A current five year ban expires next year.
Cape May County health officials have announced that walk in vaccinations will be offered at Avalon Community Hall on Monday. Walk ins will be welcome starting at 11:00am Monday. Either the Johnson and Johnson or Moderna shots may be selected. That will be the final week in Avalon for the clinic; later this month, it…