Cape May County is reporting another death from coronavirus. County officials say a 71 year old man from Lower Township has passed away as a result of the virus. There are six new cases to report Monday; two of them are in Ocean City. There are 96 total cases of the virus active in Cape…
Did you know that New Jersey military members had to pay state income tax on their combat pay? No longer. Governor Murphy signed a bill into law that prohibits this tax from taking place. It was sponsored in part by State Senator Mike Testa.
Who is helping President Trump prepare for Tuesday night’s debate against Joe Biden? None other than former New Jersey governor Chris Christie. Christie confirmed that he’s helping Biden prepare for the debate which will be held Tuesday at 9:00pm. Christie helped prep the President for his debates against Hillary Clinton four years ago.
There were two new cases of coronavirus reported in Cape May County Sunday. One case apiece was reported in Wildwood, and in Ocean City. There are only two non-resident active cases in our area. Middle Township leads the way with 22 cases.
New Jersey added over 1,400 new cases of coronavirus over the weekend. Sunday added 712 cases, but there is good news..the rate of transmission continues to fall. New Jersey has reported over 600 cases for the fourth time in the past week and a half.
More than 60 Atlantic City firefighters were exposed to coronavirus, and the union is not happy. Various media reports over the weekend say the union has filed a complaint against the city for not having proper procedures to prevent the exposure. Six firefighters tested positive for Covid-19 according to NJ.com.
Ocean City is planning for a new public safety building. Mayor Jay Gillian says the current building holding the police department is a century old. A public town meeting will be held this fall to discuss plans for the new building.
A 73 year old Sea Isle City man has died from coronavirus. County officials released new Covid-19 figures on Saturday and report two new positive cases. Seven of the 16 communities in Cape May County have one, or zero, cases of the virus in residents.
New Jersey’s Public Health Emergency, and State of Emergency, will continue for up to another 30 days. Governor Murphy announced Friday that he is extending both and pointed out that if he does not extend the public health emergency, it expires.
New Jersey has paid out over $15 billion in unemployment claims during the coronavirus pandemic. Governor Murphy announced Friday that claims have experienced an uptick over the past week. The state has paid about one third of all of the claim money.