A lawsuit has been filed in connection with the death of a ten year old girl who was ejected from an amusement ride in Cumberland County two years ago. NJ.com reports that the parents of Hailey McMullen have filed suit, claiming the ride operator knew that there was an ejection risk associated with the amusement. …
A 79 year old woman is the latest victim of Covid-19 in Cape May County. County officials reported 39 new positive tests on Tuesday. Middle Township is the only community with over 100 active community cases.
The coronavirus pandemic has claimed an additional 48 lives in New Jersey over the past 24 hours. New figures released by the State show 2,820 new cases of the virus, and a slight increase in the rate of transmission. There has been a sharp decline in hospitalizations over the past two months.
A 29 year old man was shot to death, and another man wounded, during a shooting incident in Atlantic City. Police say Tashawn Manual was shot four times before succumbing to his injuries. The shooting took place Monday around 4pm on South Florida Avenue.
Cape May County officials will be using a special “alert” feature on the Cape May County government website when and if there are appointment slots available at County vaccination clinics. The alert can be used by residents who have received their “Time to Schedule” email from the New Jersey Department of Health, after enrolling on…
A former teacher at Ocean City High School has been charged with two counts of sexual assault in connection with the alleged assault of a student five years ago. Authorities announced that charges have been brought against 34 year old Ricardo Valle, a resident of Seabrook, Texas. Valle could face up to five to ten…
New Jersey is again far below 3,000 new cases of coronavirus. Governor Murphy announced Monday that there are 2,668 new cases of the virus in the Garden State. There were 26 in hospital deaths.
In late March, a new class of New Jersey workers will be eligible to get coronavirus vaccines. Governor Murphy announced Monday afternoon that among the new classes of workers who can get vaccines include clergy, postal workers, food distribution workers, and elections personnel.
New Jersey has provided over 2 million coronavirus vaccines since the program started. State health officials say a million doses have been administered over the past 22 days. 70,000 doses of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine are expected to arrive this week.
A 24 year old Bridgeton man lost his life during a motor vehicle accident. Police say Miguel Morando-Norzano was killed when his vehicle collided with a pickup truck early Saturday morning driven by a 21 year old Millville man. The accident took place on Route 77.