New Jersey on Thursday reported 89 new deaths from coronavirus. State officials say there were 2,746 new cases of the virus over the past 24 hours. New Jersey has provided 1.5 million doses of the vaccine.
Popular Atlantic County State Senator Chris Brown announced that he will not seek re-election this year. The Press of Atlantic City reports that Brown has decided to back out of politics after a ten year run. Brown was to be the favored candidate heading into the November elections.
Some basketball games in our area have been cancelled due to snow, and Covid-19 exposure. CoastSportsToday.com’s Brian Cunniff reports that today’s boys’ game between Lower Cape May and Wildwood Catholic Academy has been postponed due to a coronavirus exposure in the Wildwood Catholic Academy program; the Clayton vs. Wildwood boys game has been snowed out…
Carson Wentz is an Indianapolis Colt. The Eagles shipped the quarterback to the Colts on Thursday for two draft picks, neither of them a first rounder. The Eagles get a third round draft pick this year, and a conditional second round pick that could be elevated to a first round pick in 2022. The worse…
Today’s snowstorm has closed all state offices in New Jersey. The Motor Vehicle Commission centers are also closed statewide as the storm may put up to eight inches of snow in some parts of the state. Locally, it’s a little snow in the morning before the transition to rain and freezing rain later.
The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Weather Advisory for our region in advance of Thursday’s wet weather. Chances are we will be driving in snow, or a snow or rain mix, on our way to work Thursday. On the way home, it will likely be rain throughout Cape May County. Keep listening for…
A winter storm that will bring accumulating snow closer to Philadelphia has impacted the local sports schedule. CoastSportsToday.com’s Brian Cunniff reports that a Clayton vs. Wildwood girls basketball game scheduled for Thursday is being held this afternoon at 4pm instead.
New Jersey reported over 3,700 new cases of coronavirus on Wednesday. State officials also confirmed 92 additional deaths from the virus. Over 1 million residents have received their first doses of the virus.
Good news for the casinos in Atlantic City comes the same day when Trump Plaza was demolished. New figures released by the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement show that the casinos took in about 15 percent more money in January than they did one year ago. Sports wagering continues to be strong.
New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy says the state’s reopening is being hindered by the new coronavirus variants that have impacted the Garden State. Murphy says if the variant did not exist, he would be opening up more of the state from the restrictions that have been in place for many months.