A storm front that resulted in dozens of deaths Friday night in the midwest is headed our way. The National Weather Service has put our region under the threat of severe weather Saturday evening as the front moves closer. A Wind Advisory also remains in effect; it starts Saturday at 4pm. Graphic courtesy of National…
The politicization of coronavirus continues in Trenton. Republicans attempted to overthrow the Covid-19 rules for entering the Statehouse, but they were unsuccessful. Lawmakers will either have to show proof of vaccination or a negative test to get into the building on Monday.
County officials have announced the continuation of an agreement with Cape Regional Home Health Care LLC to provide services for County residents. The new agreement will run for an additional five year term. Nurses, therapists, social workers, and dietary guidance is all part of the program.
There will be a road closure in Woodbine starting next week. DeHirsch Avenue will be closed to through traffic for two weeks as the County reconstructs the roadway from Washington Avenue to Madison Avenue. Business access will be maintained at all times.
County officials have announced a partial closure of Bayshore Road for Monday. There will be a drainage crossing replacement north of Breakwater Road which will require a partial closure of the roadway. Additional work is scheduled next week that will also create a detour.
The unpredictable weather pattern in December continues this weekend. The National Weather Service is forecasting highs near 70 degrees on the mainland Saturday before a cold front pushes through sparking thunderstorms and strong winds. A Wind Advisory has been issued for our region starting early Saturday afternoon; wind gusts could approach 45mph.
A 22 year old man lost his life during a one vehicle accident on Route 55 Wednesday morning. State Police say Zachary Hansen of Commercial Township lost control of his vehicle in Franklin Township and struck a guardrail. Hansen was ejected from his car during the accident.
New Jersey added 4,532 new cases of coronavirus over the past 24 hours. State officials say 11 new confirmed deaths statewide. The number of hospitalizations statewide is also increasing.
The Cape May Police Department has hired three new Class II officers. City officials announced that Robert Elwell, Kevin Barruffee, and Matthew Johnson are all entering the academy. They will graduate in April, 2022. Photo courtesy of Cape May City Police social media page.
Cape May County added 67 coronavirus cases overnight. The new figures released this morning show the Cape with 526 residential cases of coroanvirus. 26 new cases were added in Lower Township, pushing the township’s total to 150 residential cases.