There are now 357 resident cases of coronavirus in Cape May County. New figures released Saturday show an additional 47 new cases of the virus. Now, every community in the County has at least one case. Lower Township leads the way with 73 cases.
The Lower Township Municipal Utilities Authority will conduct hydrant flushing starting on Monday. During this time, there could be a discoloration of the water for a short period of time for customers. Residents should check to make sure their water is clear before doing laundry; the flushing will occur 24 hours a day, all week…
A former student in the Bridgeton School District has filed suit claiming he was molested by a teacher. The suit was brought against 52 year old Isaias Garza, according to NJ.com. The report notes that Garza was indicted last year on charges that he sexually assaulted two students more than a decade ago.
New Jersey added nearly 3,400 new coronavirus cases on Friday. State officials say there are also 28 deaths reported over the past 24 hours from the virus. That is the highest one-day death total in nearly four months.
Cape May County has added 49 new cases of coronavirus, pushing the County’s active resident total to 301. Nine new cases were added in Upper Township, and eight in Lower Township. Lower Township has about 20 percent of all of the cases in the County. There have been nearly 1,400 resident cases in Cape May…
Cape May County is seeking citizen input in its Hazard Mitigation Plan. The County’s Department of Emergency Management updates the plan every five years, and residents of all communities are able to suggests improvements and responses to various natural threats that impact their towns.
A key Senate committee advanced a measure Thursday that would no longer make it a crime if you possess up to six ounces of marijuana. The move comes as lawmakers attempt to decriminalize marijuana as quickly as possible now that voters have approved a referendum question that makes recreational pot sales possible.
Once again, New Jersey has surpassed 3,000 cases of coronavirus in one day. New state figures released Thursday show 3,517 new cases of the virus statewide, and 18 new deaths. State officials say these numbers should sound an alarming wake up call for citizens to be extra careful during the pandemic.
Governor Phil Murphy announced a new rule Thursday that would allow your town or county to impose an 8:00pm curfew on non-essential businesses. Murphy says towns and counties are under no obligation to impose this curfew.
New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy said Thursday morning that schools will not soon be ordered to go to all-virtual platforms. Murphy appeared on the “Today” show on NBC Thursday morning and said the back to school program in the state has worked well. Back in March, Murphy all school buildings closed due to the coronavirus…