The Cape May County Animal Shelter has partnered with Animal Outreach to operate the spay and neuter clinic located next to the Shelter at Crest Haven. The clinic will continue its regular Thursday schedule it has kept for the past 15 years. Low or no cost spay/neuter programs will continue for county residents who participate…
For the first time in over a year, members of the public will be able to access public buildings in Sea Isle City. Mayor Len Desiderio announced today that social distancing and masks will be required when the buildings open on May 24th. Sea Isle is one of the last communities to open its buildings…
An 18 year old Vineland man who was killed while riding his bicycle died at the hands of a drunk driver. NJ. com reports that 54 year old Phillip J. Cox was drunk when his vehicle struck Daniel A. Diaz of Vineland on April 29th. Criminal charges could be filed against Cox.
New Jersey reported only 858 new coronavirus cases along with 31 virus-related deaths on Tuesday. State officials say four and a half million people have received at least one dose of the vaccine. The number of new daily cases has dropped by one third in a single week.
The Sea Isle City Commission meets Tuesday morning and is expected to approve sweeping ordinances that will prohibit the use and consumption of cannibas products on public property. The Commission will also prohibit delivery trucks from coming into town to drop off pot to paying customers. Today’s meeting starts at 10:00am.
The Dr. Martin Luther King Center in Whitesboro will serve as a coronavirus vaccination location on Thursday. Township officials announced that the Center will offer vaccines from 5:00-7:00pm.
The doors to the Mitnick Elementary School in Lower Township are closed today. Lower Township Police announced a power outage at the school has forced the school to go to a virtual session today. Full virtual learning is available.
The overall number of coronavirus cases in Cape May County is now down to just 140. County officials reported only four new cases again on Monday. An 87 year old male from Middle Township has passed away from complications from the virus.
New Jersey reported fewer than 700 new coronavirus cases statewide on Monday, and ten deaths. State officials say there are just over 1,000 people hospitalized with Covid. Governor Murphy says all of the figures are trending in the right direction.
There are over 3.5 million people completely vaccinated from coronavirus in the State of New Jersey. State officials say over four million people have received at least their first shot. The state identified some cities who have lagged behind on vaccinations; one of them is Bridgeton.