Cape May County is under a Coastal Flood Advisory until Saturday at 10:00am. Accu Weather reports that some rainfall, along with an easterly wind, can cause minor street flooding at times of high tide through Saturday morning. High tide generally occurs at 5:30pm Friday, and 5:45am Saturday, on the back bays.
A firefighter was briefly trapped inside a burning condominium complex in Mays Landing early Friday morning. The blaze broke out at the Mays Landing Village Complex on John Adams Court. The firefighter did not suffer serious injuries; no cause has been determined.
The Wildwood Catholic boys basketball team has advanced in the Non Public B playoffs. The Crusaders got 22 points from Jacob Hopping and defeated Holy Spirit Thursday night, 83-58. Wildwood Catholic takes on Mater Dei at home Saturday at 7pm. In girls’ action, Wildwood Catholic was eliminated from the postseason by Gil St. Bernard, 57-54.
The Middle Township Lady Panthers have advanced to the South Jersey Group II girls basketball semifinal game. Middle Township defeated West Deptford Thursday night, 64-37 to advance to the game. Middle will travel to Haddonfield for the semifinal game on Saturday. During Thursday night’s game, Kate Herhily surpassed the 1,000 point scoring mark for her…
Cape May’s desalination plant will need an expansion and replacement of some key membranes over the next ten years. The Cape May Star and Wave reports that a master plan of the city’s water system was prepared by a local engineering firm. The Cape May water system’s average water demand is 1.1 million gallons per…
Three wrestlers from Lower Cape May Regional High School will participate in state championships this weekend. CoastSportsToday.com reports exclusively that Brayden Castillo, Marcus Hebron and Joelle Klein are part of the weekend event. For more, including a video, see Brian Cunniff’s coverage at CoastSportsToday.com.
Both plastic and paper bags may be a thing of the past in New Jersey. The State Senate approved a new bill on a 22-14 vote that would prohibit both plastic and paper bags from being offered by merchants. If the bill clears the Assembly and gets a signature from the governor, it goes into…
New Jersey now has at least two cases of coronavirus. State officials have confirmed one case is in Bergen County, and the second affects a man in his 30s also in northern New Jersey. Both patients are said to be doing well.
The Philadelphia Eagles and offensive lineman Jason Peters are parting ways. The Eagles released a statement today saying that both sides have mutually agreed that Peters will hit the open market when free agency begins later this month. Peters has played left tackle for the Eagles.
It appears coronavirus is now in New Jersey. Governor Phil Murphy announced last night that the first presumptive case of the virus is now in New Jersey. He is urging people to remain calm and use resources from the state and federal governments for guidance. The apparent victim is from Bergen County.