A ban on interstate sports will expire on Friday. Governor Murphy has decided to remove the ban as Covid-19 numbers are improving. Outdoor interstate sports competitions may resume this weekend.
There will be plenty of rain and strong winds at the Jersey Shore tonight through Friday. The National Weather Service also predicts the chance for minor tidal flooding over the next 48 hours. More than an inch of rain will fall during this storm; a Wind Advisory remains in effect.
Cape May County added 30 new cases of coronavirus on Wednesday. County officials say the local rate of transmission has been below one since the middle of January. The percentage of positive Covid-19 tests is slightly under five percent.
Two men have been charged with felony murder in connection with the slaying of a 24 year old man in Egg Harbor Township last year. Authorities have charged 26 year old Leonard Ludwigsen Jr. and 28 year old Neco J. Pitts in connection with the slaying of Arturo Berrera III in his home. He was…
Another case of an unexploded ordinance found in a yard..but this time, it was in Lower Township. Police there say a resident on Washington Boulevard in North Cape May found the ordinance in a yard Wednesday morning. A safety perimeter was established, and the ordinance was eventually disposed of properly.
Sunday is now just like every other day in Middle Township, regarding alcohol sales. The Press of Atlantic City reports that the Middle Township Committee this week approved an ordinance change that would establish the same alcohol sale hours every day of the week. Sundays used to be restricted; now alcohol sales can occur from…
The public health emergency has been extended by Governor Murphy for a 13th consecutive time. This extension is just like the others prior, lasting 30 days and taking the state into mid April. Additional restrictions will be lifted on Friday.
There were 38 additional deaths from coronavirus in New Jersey over the past 24 hours. State officials say there were over 3,500 new cases of the virus reported. The rate of transmission bumped back up to 1.05.
The State of New Jersey believes all schools will return to a full schedule of in-school learning after this summer. Governor Murphy held his first briefing of the week, and stated that the expectation is that schools will be open full time this fall. There have been fewer than 1,000 Covid-19 cases directly attributed to…
North Wildwood Police have partners with the #Whatsmyname Foundation to place signs in the community regarding ride sharing safety. The new signs come on the heels of the State’s new “Sami’s Law” which requires additional identification from providers of ride share services. Police have placed the signs in Ride Share Zones throughout the city.