The County of Cape May is seeking public input on its new comprehensive plan. The plan involves issues including economic development, land use, and transportation. This is an initiative of the Cape May County Department of Planning. An editorial draft of the document appears on the County’s website.
New Jersey has officially reported over 1 million cases of coronavirus. Governor Murphy offered his daily briefing on Tuesday and announced that the State added over 1,800 new cases, which pushed the State over the 1 million mark. 37 new deaths were reported statewide.
Atlantic City Police report two individuals were injured during separate shooting incidents in the city. Police say a 27 year old man was shot in Virginia Avenue Monday afternoon, while a 46 year old man was shot the evening before on Pacific Avenue. Both victims were taken to a local hospital, each with non-life threatening…
A burglar attempted to gain entry into an Italian restaurant in Galloway on Monday, and as a result, died during the action. Galloway Township Police say a man tried to get into the Two Brothers from Italy Restaurant where the owners found a deceased male inside the roof. The man attempted to burglarize the restaurant,…
There is the potential for severe thunderstorms today in Cape May County. The National Weather Service has put our region at risk for severe storms that could produce hail. It is in advance of a cold front that will bring more fall-like temperatures to our region for the balance of the week. Graphic courtesy of…
The non-emergency phone line for the Cape May Police Department may have been the subject of an internet hack. Police announced on their social media page that the 884-9500 number is not working; it’s possible thousands of customers are being affected on the East Coast. The emergency line is working, which is always 911.
It’s debate night in New Jersey. Democratic incumbent Governor Phil Murphy will square off against republican challenger Jack Cittarelli at 7pm. Recent polls show about one quarter of all New Jersey residents are undecided who to vote for.
A 38 year old man from Egg Harbor Township was killed on the Black Horse Pike Monday morning. Egg Harbor Township Police say Anthony Swenzeny was trying to cross the four lane highway on foot when he was struck by a vehicle driven by a Tuckerton man. The investigation into the accident continues.
There’s been another minor change in the Middle Township football schedule. Brian Cunniff of CoastSportsToday.com reports today that the start time for Middle’s game against Clayton on Friday has been moved from 7pm until 6:30pm. The game will be broadcast live on WCZT. Middle Township is undefeated this season.
New Jersey is now putting up some money for return to work bonuses. Governor Murphy announced Monday that the state will now offer $500 bonuses for individuals who return to work, and will offer money for businesses to train new employees. New Jersey’s unemployment rate is 7.2 percent.