The Wildwood Catholic boys basketball team is still scheduled to play for the Non Public B state championship Saturday…at least for now. The game against Roselle Catholic is scheduled to be played at the RWB Barnabas Health Arena on the campus of Toms River North High School Saturday at 6:00pm. For more on how Wildwood…
Public gatherings of 250 people or more should be cancelled in New Jersey. That’s the word from Governor Phil Murphy, who held a press conference to update the public on the threat of coronavirus. Murphy says the Garden State is in a “public health emergency”.
There are six new cases of coronavirus in New Jersey, bringing the state’s total to 29. State Health Commissioner Judith Persichilli announced that a teenager from Englewood tested presumptive positive. To date, there are no cases in Cape May County reported.
Cape May County is closing the Museum of Cape May County until April 6th. The Cape May County Historical and Genealogical Society will remain closed due to COVID-19. The Robert C. Alexander research library will also be closed.
North Wildwood Mayor Patrick Rosenello has cancelled his city’s St. Patrick’s Day parade planned for Saturday. Rosenello announced that the decision came based on a recommendation by Governor Phil Murphy during a press conference held Thursday. Rosenello says the safety and protection of residents and visitors is “paramount”.
The annual Erin Express pub crawl in the Wildwoods has been cancelled. Coastal Broadcasting Systems Inc. announced that out of an abundance of caution for public health concerns, the craw will be cancelled for this year and held again in 2021. The decision came after consultation with experts, elected officials, and the participating businesses involved…
The fallout from the coronavirus in sports has gotten much worse on Thursday. The NHL has suspended its season, meaning the Flyers’ season is in jeopardy. This follows an announcement last night that the 76ers NBA season was also suspended. Additionally, no more spring training for the Phillies; Major League Baseball pulled the plug on…
West Wildwood is coughing up another $215,000 to settle another lawsuit. The Press of Atlantic City reports today that the municipality will pay former Class II police officer Jeremy Mahwhinney. He was allegedly fired because he wrote tickets to the political allies of Mayor Christopher Fox.
More events are being cancelled due to concerns regarding coronavirus. Atlantic City has cancelled its scheduled St. Patrick’s Day parade for this weekend. The Wildwoods will not be hosting the New Jersey Special Olympics basketball championships to be held at the end of the month at the Convention Center.
Rutgers University will not have an opportunity to play in the Big Ten men’s basketball tournament this year because the entire tournament has been cancelled. Moments before Rutgers was going to tip off against Michigan, the entire tournament was cancelled due to concerns over coronavirus.