Newark is going to close all indoor dining starting at 8pm, beginning on Tuesday. The mayor of New Jersey’s largest city issued a press release today saying all non-essential businesses will close at that time for the time being. Newark has seen a large spike in coronavirus cases recently.
New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy announced Monday that he and his wife have both tested negative, again, for coroanvirus. Murphy says that out of an abundance of caution he will hold his daily Covid-19 briefing virtually, and not in person today.
The United States Coast Guard reports that approximately 55 tons of oil debris have been removed from Delaware beaches on the bay, and on the Atlantic coast. More than 100 personnel have responded to clean up the oil patties from the beaches. There have been no reports the oil has washed ashore in New Jersey.…
Lower Township Police are investigating the discovery of a pellet gun located inside a trash can near the Wawa convenience store in North Cape May. The discovery was made Sunday morning in the can, located near a bus stop. The weapon was a Crosman brand pellet gun. If you have any information about the weapon,…
Rain and wind from what will soon be Hurricane Zeta could visit the Jersey Cape on Friday. The National Hurricane Center believes the storm will hit the Gulf Coast Wednesday afternoon, and then travel on the mainland up to New Jersey by Friday. The storm will have remnants of the hurricane.
The Historic Dennisville Christmas House Tour will be a virtual event this year. This will be the 30th year for the tour, and will be available online at dhhoa.org, starting December 19th. The event will be free to the public.
There were 13 new cases of coronavirus reported in Cape May County on Sunday. Four of the cases were in Middle Township. There are 131 resident cases of the virus locally, and six long term care active cases.
New Jersey again topped 1,000 cases of coronavirus on Sunday. That’s the eighth consecutive day where cases topped 1,000. There were four new deaths, and the rate of transmission increased.
A minor beach replenishment project is coming to the greater Cape May area this fall and winter. The United States Army Corps of Engineers announced that a contract has been awarded to the Yannuzzi Group of New Jersey to place sand at Cove Beach in Cape May and St. Pete’s Beach in Cape May Point. …
New Jersey’s public health emergency has been extended for another 30 days. Governor Murphy announced the extension over the weekend and cites the rising numbers of daily coronavirus cases, and deaths. Over 227,000 cases of the virus have been reported in the Garden State to date.