Local builder and developer Thomas Brodesser Jr. has passed away at the age of 92. The Cape May resident was responsible for many projects in our region, including Village Green in Cape May, and Big Timberlake Campground. He was very active in community organizations, including the Lower Township Rotary Club. Brodesser has a cancer center…
New Jersey Congressman Jeff Van Drew has announced his committee assignments in the new session of Congress. Van Drew will serve on the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, as well as the Homeland Security Committee. Van Drew says he wants to focus on roads and bridges in southern New Jersey.
There is good news to report on the coronavirus front in New Jersey. The rate of transmission continues to drop, and today it stands at 0.91. That means the rate of the spread of the virus is slowing down. The state did confirm 107 new deaths on Wednesday.
New Jersey has vaccinated more people than the number of people who have actually contracted coronavirus. Governor Murphy announced Wednesday that over 642,000 people in the Garden State have received vaccines. Murphy is encouraged by news that more vaccines may be coming to New Jersey for distribution.
The popularity of pickleball continues at the shore. Sea Isle City Mayor Len Desiderio announced today that Council has approved the addition of pickleball courts on the crushed shell lot adjacent to the city’s marina. Funding for the courts is included in a new capital ordinance.
The arduous wait for local high school basketball fans is over. The season tips off this afternoon with a slew of games, including one to be broadcast live on WCZT at 5:30pm. Brian Cunniff and Buddy Tarbotton have the call of the Lower Cape May at Middle Township boys basketball game. No fans are allowed…
New Jersey reported 133 additional deaths from coronavirus on Tuesday. New figures show 4,117 additional cases of the virus reported. There are now over 602,000 cases of the virus since the pandemic began nearly a year ago.
A 17 year old boy from Atlantic City was arrested Saturday after he returned to the scene of an armed robbery that he committed. Atlantic City Police say the boy used a gun to rob a 35 year old woman, and later that evening returned to the same exact area. Police moved in and quickly…
The Cape May County Library system will start to offer computer use by appointment, starting on February 1st. The Library announced today that patrons may schedule one appointment per day by working through their local branch of the County library system. Building capacity limits remain in effect due to Covid.
It appears that ShopRite is getting out of the pharmacy business. NJ.com reports that ShopRite is closing over 60 of its supermarket pharmacies and selling the client lists to CVS. The report suggests that 23 ShopRite pharmacies in New Jersey are scheduled for closure.