Starting Friday, you can sit at a bar in New Jersey. State officials announced that buffets can operate, and people can sit at a bar. However, if you sit at a bar, social distancing must be followed, or the bars need to have dividers between patrons.
Today is vaccine walk-in day at Avalon Community Hall. county officials announced that walk ins for vaccines will be welcome inside the building starting at 11:00am today. Those who visit can get the two-shot Moderna, or the one-shot Johnson and Johnson.
Stone Harbor will adopt its new municipal budget Tuesday afternoon. Council had introduced a budget that included a significant increase in taxes, but trimmed the budget and will attempt to pass it a second time. Council is also expected to approve various special events for the summer season.
New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy promises a major announcement regarding coronavirus restrictions on Monday. The State reported just over 1,000 new cases of the virus on Sunday, along with 19 new deaths. The rate of transmission of the virus has been greatly slowed, meaning Murphy now has the statistics he needs to open things up.
The Middle Township Committee meets Monday and is expected to introduce its municipal budget by title only. The Committee will also establish an ordinance that prohibits the smoking of marijuana in public areas. The meeting begins at 6:00pm.
Ocean City has hired a special attorney to investigate allegations of wrong doing in its beach patrol. Mayor Jay Gillian announced that the labor attorney will look into allegations of various employment law violations by current and prior members of the patrol. Attorney Vanessa James will conduct the investigation.
The City of Millville is getting a $900,000 state grant for its Millyard Riverfront Walk. NJDOT officials announced the grant will help with pedestrian and bicycle access to pathways, bridges and previous rail lines along the Maurice River and Union Lake spillway.
A boat fire in Otten’s Harbor in Wildwood Saturday resulted in serious burn injuries to one individual. It happened around 10:30am when a 40 foot pleasure boat caught fire. Fire boats from other communities came in to assist with the fire call. Strong winds caused the boat to drift into two other boats during the…
A fire that involved civilian bystanders assisting in the rescue of building occupants remains under investigation in Seaville. Firefighters were called to a building on Route 50 Friday afternoon where several individuals were on the second floor, trapped in a fire. The adults and children inside all got out safely; there was a multi-jurisdictional response…
Middle Township Police have charged 19 year old Michael Rugg with attempted murder after he hit another individual with a two by four with a nail sticking out of it at the Village Shoppes. Rugg left the area after the assault, which took place last Saturday. Rugg was charged with first degree attempted murder and…