CAPE MAY TO CONSIDER PUBLIC CONSUMPTION OF ALCOHOL THIS SUMMER

Cape May’s city council meets in special session Thursday afternoon to consider a proposal that would permit the consumption of alcohol in the public.  Council has discussed this proposal before with no resolution.  Council is also expected to authorize the refund for tickets purchased for its indoor concert series this year.  The meeting begins at …

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POOLS WILL OPEN AT 50 PERCENT CAPACITY, AND LEAVE THE FLOATS AT HOME

When swimming pools open on June 22nd, they must do so at 50 percent capacity.  New rules were issued by the State on Tuesday that also prohibit any pool toys or floats from being used.  There must be six feet of spacing in common areas, and visitors must enter and exit the pool area in …

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GOVERNOR HAS NEW EXECUTIVE ORDER ALLOWING LARGER OUTDOOR GATHERINGS

New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy has a new executive order that increases the number of people for outside gatherings.  Effective today, that number climbs from 25 to 100, and is expected to increase to 250 people by June 22nd, and to 500 people on July 3rd.  However, Murphy says arcades, water parks, and amusement rides …

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STAY AT HOME ORDER, LARGELY IGNORED, NOW A THING OF THE PAST

The Governor’s stay at home order, which has largely been ignored for several weeks now, is a thing of the past.  Governor Phil Murphy announced Tuesday that the order has been rescinded due to declining numbers of coronavirus cases.  However, the Governor says social distancing remains in place.  The stay at home order had been …

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TWO ARRAIGNED IN CONNECTION WITH ATLANTIC CITY SLAYING

Two people have been arraigned in connection with the killing of a teenager in Atlantic City this week.  Authorities say 31 year old Lewis Johnson of Newark and 35 year old Shaquana Lewis of Pleasantville were arraigned Tuesday in connection with the shooting death of a minor.  Both could be moved to Atlantic County to …

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