There have been 28 confirmed outbreaks of coronavirus in New Jersey schools since August, and three of them have taken place in Cape May County. New data was released by state health officials on Thursday. Those three outbreaks have resulted in ten confirmed cases. Graphic courtesy of State of New Jersey.
New Jersey has reported 1,477 new cases of coronavirus on Thursday. Governor Murphy made the revelation during his daily briefing on new cases. Essex County reported 241 new cases of the virus, leading the state.
The National Weather Service has issued a Flood Watch for our region as remnants of a former hurricane impact our region throughout the day. Two inches of rain is likely over southern New Jersey, including shore communities. No tidal flooding is expected.
Gasoline prices in Cape May County are 14 cents higher than the average across New Jersey. Our gas prices are now $2.35 per gallon, which is also 21 cents per gallon higher than the national average. The Cape had the highest prices of any region represented by Mid Atlantic AAA.
If you planned on going to the Motor Vehicle Commission next Tuesday, don’t bother, the offices will be closed. The Commission announced today that all offices will be closed on Tuesday, which is election day. All licensing and vehicle centers will be closed, along with road testing sites.
The owner of Sal’s Ristorante and Pizzeria in Wildwood Crest has been sentenced to 15 months in prison for lying on his tax returns for the past five years. NJ.com reports that Guiseppe D’Arancio under reported the earnings at the business by over $1.2 million for which he avoided paying over $400,000 in taxes. He…
New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy has signed a new executive order today that places certain requirements on workplaces due to the uptick in numbers of coronavirus. The requirements mandate that employers have some sort of health screening for employees before every shift, and employers are now mandated to provide masks to their workers.
New Jersey has added nearly 1,700 new coronavirus cases on Wednesday. State health officials say there are 14 additional deaths. New Jersey has added over 1,000 cases per day for nearly two weeks. Over 1,000 patients are hospitalized with Covid-19.
Lower Township Police say a man who barricaded himself inside a home in the Villas Wednesday night eventually exited the home without incident. Police have charged 53 year old Raymond Stacy after the incident in which he barricaded himself inside the home located on Ellery Road. Stacy threatened to end his own life during the…
An oil tar ball issue that impacted some beaches in Delaware has now spread to Ocean City, Maryland. The United States Coast Guard reports that environmental officials in Maryland are now active in cleaning up the beaches there. Officials are unsure of how long it will take to completely clean up the beaches of the…