A three year old girl lost her life at the Sun Outdoors Campground in the Erma section of Lower Township over the weekend. Police say on Saturday night, the little girl was pulled from a sewage septic tank after she accidentally fell into the tank. The child was pronounced dead Saturday evening at Cape Regional…
A 78 year old man is the latest victim of coronavirus in Cape May County. The County reported only 14 new cases of the virus on Sunday. Four of the new cases are in Upper Township. Nearly 27,000 County residents are now fully vaccinated.
The Lower Township Council will introduce a new ordinance that will prohibit individuals from smoking marijuana in public places throughout the Township. A public hearing on this new regulation is expected on May 3rd. Council will meet Monday at 7:00pm.
The historic Whitesboro School in Middle Township will get a fresh coat of paint. Township officials say work will begin this spring on an exterior painting project that was awarded by the Township last year. The school is located near Route 9, down the block from the new post office.
New Jersey reports over 4.4 million people have received vaccines. 1.6 million New Jerseyans are now fully vaccinated. 2.7 million have received first doses of either the Moderna or Pfizer vaccine.
Lower Township Police reported Saturday morning that a portion of Fishing Creek Road between Breakwater Road and Charles Street remains closed from a motor vehicle accident on Friday. Crews are working to resolve the problem; there was a downed utility pole in the area. The closure is expected to last most of the day.
A fire struck the top floors of a building in the 1000 block of Asbury Avenue in Ocean City on Thursday. City officials say the fire started late at night and was under control four hours later. Four people who lived inside the building were safely evacuated.
Cape May has placed some limits on the public consumption of alcohol this summer. The Press of Atlantic City reports that the city leadership will now require patrons to consume alcohol within 50 feet of a licensed establishment. Last summer, Cape May allowed for a much broader allowance for public consumption.
$25 million in financial relief is coming to very small businesses in New Jersey thanks to a new law signed Thursday by Governor Phil Murphy. The aid will be made available through the New Jersey Economic Development Authority.
A businessman from Somers Point is among four individuals charged in connection with an arson that was committed to cover up a crime. The Press of Atlantic City reports that 56 year old Gregory Sykora and three others have been charged with an arson that was intended to cover up a home invasion crime in…