Avalon is staying ahead of the coronovirus crisis by cancelling all Borough sponsored group activities through April 10th. In a posting on its municipal website, Avalon will also keep its Community Hall and Senior Center closed until that date as more information about the virus and advisories become available.
The spring bridal event scheduled for the Wildwoods Convention Center this Sunday will not happen. An announcement came this afternoon that the event will be postponed due to advice and directives related to the coronavirus outbreak.
The Wildwood Catholic boys basketball team will not get the chance to compete for a state championship this weekend. The NJSIAA has cancelled the remainder of the boys and girls basketball playoffs due to the coronavirus. The Ocean City girls’ team also loses a chance to compete for a state title.
Sea Isle City has postponed its annual St. Patrick’s Day parade. The parade scheduled for Saturday will not be held; however, there are plans to hold the parade on Saturday, April 18th instead.
All new jury trials in New Jersey are being suspended. New Jersey Supreme Court Justice Stuart Rabner announced that the state is taking the step to protect the health and welfare of its citizens. Governor Murphy says he is in full support of the decision.
The United States Coast Guard Training Center in Cape May has temporarily suspended guest attendance at graduation ceremonies. Graduation ceremonies will continue to be held and live streamed on the regular social media page maintained by the Center.
Republican Congressman Jeff Van Drew is calling for his former party to get its act together and pass legislation that will protect Americans from coronavirus. Van Drew issued a statement saying he’s continuing to wait for House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to put a useful piece of legislation on the floor to help American families and…
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.