New Jersey has recorded nine additional deaths from coronavirus. State health officials say the death total now stands at 14,234. 518 new cases of the virus were recorded Friday.
Governor Phil Murphy and other state leaders participated in ceremonies Friday to honor the victims and heroes of the September 11 2001 attack on the United States. Murphy and his wife gathered at the special memorial in New York City to participate in the remembrance. Nearly 3,000 lives were lost during the attack.
It was 19 years ago today that a terrorist attack on the United States took nearly 3,000 lives. Some local communities are holding solemn remembrances today to honor the victims and the heroes on September 11, 2001. Local police departments and first responders assisted in the recovery following the attacks on New York City.
Some schools have transitioned to all virtual learning due to students being diagnosed with coronavirus. Three districts in the state have scrubbed in person learning for now. Governor Murphy says he is not surprised that some students have contracted the virus while in a classroom.
Governor Murphy signed new legislation into law Thursday that could reduce the lines at local Motor Vehicle Commission offices. The new bills will allow older photos of drivers 65 years or older to be used for up to eight years so their licenses can be renewed online. Appointments will also be accepted for seniors with…
Middle Township Police are warning of a scam that targets senior citizens. Police say this week they have received multiple reports of a phone scam in which the caller claims to be a federal agent who claims to have an arrest warrant for the victim. The last four digits of a social security number are…
Although there will be no official “Roar to the Shore” motorcycle event in Wildwood this weekend, bikers will still show up. The Press of Atlantic City reports that Wildwood Police know some members of the Pagans Outlaw Motorcycle Club will be in the Wildwoods this weekend despite no official event. The report suggests there are…
Sea Isle City has cancelled its halloween parade and dance party. Mayor Len Desiderio announced that the event scheduled to be held on October 16th has been cancelled due to the pandemic. Sea Isle also cancelled many of its events around the Fall Family Festival Weekend, including the popular food court.
There will be no halloween parade in Ocean City next month. Ocean City officials announced that the Governor’s ban on large gatherings has resulted in the cancellation of the parade, which would be the 73rd in its history. The Governor stated earlier this week that trick or treating is still a go.
Middle Township has made it official and has cancelled its annual Harvest Festival event. Public health and financial concerns are the reasons why the festival is being cancelled this year. Mayor Tim Donahue says the community will work on some alternative special plans for the fall.