There will be more overnight bridge closures on Avalon Boulevard this week. County officials announced that overnight closures of the Ingram’s Thorofare Bridge will take place Wednesday and Thursday evenings, starting at 7:00pm. There could be some big delays during the daytime as the westbound lane is being reconstructed.
New Jersey has provided 2.5 million coronavirus vaccinations. New figures announced by the State on Monday shows that a half million vaccinations were provided within one week. The Atlantic City mega center is providing about 3,000 Pfizer vaccines daily.
Gasoline prices are now $2.93 per gallon in Cape May County. Mid Atlantic AAA reports that our prices locally are four cents above the state average. The national average is $2.77 per gallon.
Maliha has a new home, at the Cape May County Zoo. Zoo officials announced Monday that Maliha is an eight year old female snow leopard who comes to us from the Rogers Williams Zoo in Rhode Island. She will be the intended mate for Bataar, a male snow leopard.
Cape May County reported fewer than two dozen new coronavirus cases on Sunday. 22 new cases were reported. Our County has just over 300 residential cases with nearly one half of them being in Middle and Lower townships.
New Jersey reported only 2,077 new coronavirus cases on Sunday, one of the lowest one day totals in recent months. There were 17 new deaths to report. New Jersey is closing in on 2.5 million vaccinations.
A man who crashed his car into some trees near the Atlantic City Expressway was struck and killed by a second vehicle that was passing by. State Police say the 40 year old man was killed by a second vehicle as he was walking next to his wrecked car. The accident took place early Saturday…
New Jersey is reporting 3,347 new cases of coronavirus on Friday. There are also 35 new deaths to report, according to health officials. There have been 2.3 million Covid-19 vaccinations provided in New Jersey as of today.
Taxes will be going up in Lower Township. The Cape May County Herald reports that the Township Council introduced a new budget this week that includes a 1.99 cent increase in the local tax rate. Revenues in Lower Township dropped off last year due to the Covid-19 pandemic.