1.3 million New Jersey residents are fully vaccinated against coronavirus. The state issued new statistics on Thursday and they show over 3.7 million doses of the vaccines already administered. There were 38 new confirmed deaths from the virus reported Thursday.
The lights will stay on at the Hamilton Mall in Atlantic County. The Press of Atlantic City reports that the lack of a payment to Atlantic City Electric was a “communication issue”, and the problem has been rectified. The power was to be turned off in early April due to lack of payment.
Cape May County is now a storm ready county. County officials announced Thursday that the County has achieved a storm-ready designation from the National Weather Service. The designation recognizes the County’s efforts to get out the word about imminent threats and also helps local towns receive extra points that could lead to flood discounts for…
An 85 year old man is the latest local fatality from coronavirus. County officials announced 37 new cases on Wednesday, which is higher than the recent trend. Over 52,000 doses of the coronavirus vaccine have been administered to people in Cape May County.
The Wildwood City Commission introduced a new budget Wednesday afternoon that increases the local purpose tax rate by 1.9 cents. Mayor Pete Byron says the city is turning away from out of line annual tax increases. He says the new budget includes an aggressive capital improvement program.
If you receive a federal stimulus check, it cannot be garnished by creditors or debt collectors. Governor Murphy is signing an executive order that will prevent any creditors from gobbling up your stimulus check. Murphy says he would rather see New Jerseyans use it to actually stimulate the economy.
New Jersey has again confirmed over 3,000 new cases of coronavirus. State officials announced Wednesday that there are more than 2,000 people in the hospital with the virus. The rate of transmission continues at 1.09 percent, which indicates the virus is spreading.
New Jersey has provided over 3.6 million vaccines for the coronavirus. Governor Phil Murphy confirms that there will be many more vaccines coming to the Garden State within the next two weeks.
New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy is urging school districts to get students back in the classroom. Murphy announced Wednesday that only 890 students have gotten coronavirus in the classroom, or two tenths of one percent. Murphy says some students have been out of the classroom for over a year, and it’s time to get them…
The Avalon Borough Council meets Wednesday afternoon and is expected to approve a new budget that includes no tax increase. The new spending plan will also pay cash for some capital improvement projects, and results in all long term general obligation debt being eliminated by the Borough.