The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Weather Advisory for Cape May County. Rain and freezing rain are expected to move into our region Saturday morning, with a cold rain likely this afternoon, mixing with some snow. If you plan to travel north and west of the County, expect freezing rain with potential icing…
A second high school basketball team from Cape May County has been impacted by coronavirus. The Saturday boys’ game between Cape May Tech and Wildwood Catholic is now off due to a Covid concern with the Tech program. Earlier this week, the Middle Township boys’ basketball team was also put on hold due to similar…
Avalon is the latest community in line to join Cape May County Central Dispatch. Avalon’s Borough Council approved a five-year shared services agreement with the County that begins on March 1st. Avalon cites the latest technology advancements in the County dispatch system as one of the reasons for making the switch.
New Jersey has announced 64 additional deaths from coronavirus. The announcement was made on Friday. Just under 3,300 new cases of the virus have been reported in New Jersey. The State has now exceeded 1.2 million vaccinations.
Parents and some guardians of high school athletes can start attending sports events that are indoors. Governor Phil Murphy made that announcement on Friday. His new executive order takes place immediately.
New Jersey has given out 1.19 million doses of the coronavirus vaccine to death. 904,399 are first doses, while the rest are second doses, meaning only 285,000 people are completely vaccinated. New Jersey reported just over 3,000 new cases on Thursday, along with 79 confirmed deaths.
There are 35 new cases of coronaviurs to report in Cape May County. New figures released by the County Department of Health shows a continued downward trend of cases. Nine of the new cases are in Middle Township, eight in Lower Township.
Bally’s Atlantic City will close the doors to its casino for 30 hours next week. A major technology upgrade is needed at the gaming hall, and the gambling will fall silent for just over a day to make the transition. The rest of the business operations will not be affected.
New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy may be ready to allow the parents of high school athletes attend games in person. NJ Advance Media reports the announcement could come as soon as Friday. Currently, all fans are prohibited from attending games in person.
Nearly four inches of snow fell in Cape May County during a winter storm on Thursday. The official report from the National Weather Service is 3.8 inches of snowfall in Ocean City, and 4.7 inches in Pitman. Between now and Sunday, expect a mix of winter slop including some cold rain, sleet, freezing rain, and…