Tuesday brought seven additional coronavirus cases to Cape May County. Half of all of the cases are in Lower, Middle, and Upper townships. Only one new active non resident case was reported, in Cape May City.
It looks like a judge has to sort out a ballot controversy in Cape May. The Press of Atlantic City reports that three of the five candidates who are seeking two seats in government say their names are not listed in the order set by a random drawing earlier this month. A hearing was held…
National Night Out is a no go this year in Wildwood. Police announced on their social media page Tuesday that this year’s event is being cancelled due to safety concerns associated with the pandemic. Many other police departments locally have made the same decision.
New Jersey has added seven new deaths from coronavirus. New figures released by the State Tuesday show 457 new positive cases. The state has had over 200,000 cases of the virus during the pandemic.
There is a budget deal in Trenton. Democrats have agreed to borrow $4.5 billion, which is higher than what Governor Murphy proposed during his budget address. Sales tax hikes on cigarettes, firearms, boats, and limo services have been eliminated. Hearings on the new budget will be held today.
Cape May County reported ten new cases of coronavirus Monday. four of the cases are in Middle Township, and two in Ocean City. Currently Middle Township has nearly one quarter of all resident cases of the virus. There are only four non-resident active cases.
Cape May County has kicked off a pilot program of its Fare Free Transportation service in Ocean City. The service will be like a ride share service where customers are dropped off point to point for doctors’ appointments, shopping, and other short trips. It will be made available weekdays starting at 9:00am.
Wildwood Crest announced that improvements are coming to its Sunrise Park starting next week. Crest officials say a splash park, shade structure, bike racks, and an outdoor fitness area are among the improvements. The work will be completed by the end of October and is financed in part via a grant from the Cape May…
New Jersey has surpassed 200,000 cases of coronavirus. State officials announced Monday that there were nearly 400 new cases of the virus. Two deaths were also reported by the State.
Yet another major issue for New Jersey’s Motor Vehicle Commission. The Commission announced on its social media page Monday morning that there was another system-wide outage today that made it impossible to conduct motor vehicle transactions. The Commission says every effort was being made to restore service. Update: The Commission announced that all service was…