Boys and girls basketball games featuring Wildwood High School and Salem are being moved from Tuesday to Saturday. There is still considerable snowfall in the Salem area which has postponed these games for a second time, according to CoastSportsToday.com’s Brian Cunniff.
Dekon Fashaw is the new police chief in the City of Cape May. Fashaw was sworn in this week to the position by Mayor Zack Mullock. Fashaw replaces Anthony Marino, who retired.
The National Weather Service has continued the Coastal Flood Warning for Tuesday until 5:00pm. Moderate tidal flooding is possible again at time of high tide which occurs on the back bays generally around 11:00am today. The National Weather Service reports moderate tidal flooding during the Monday night high tide that flooded streets in some coastal…
Kate Herlihy scored 24 points as the Middle Township Lady Panthers knocked off Wildwood Catholic Academy, 43-36 in a game broadcast live Monday night on WCZT. Herlihy made five free throws and a layup in the final minute and a half of the game to seal the victory. Kylie Graham nailed a 17 foot jump…
Cape May County reported an additional 41 cases of coronavirus on Monday. 11 of the new cases are in Middle Township. There are two new out of county positive cases reported this week.
New Jersey state offices will continue to be closed on Tuesday. Governor Murphy says the State of Emergency caused by this week’s winter storm will continue, and all state-run vaccination locations will be closed for a second consecutive day.
New Jersey has reported 3,114 new cases of coronavirus on Monday. Officials say there are also 34 new deaths to report. Nearly 800,000 people have been vaccinated; many vaccination clinics around the state are closed today due to the winter storm.
Police in Brigantine are investigating a shooting early Monday that resulted in injuries. Police announced on their social media page that a shooting occurred on 13th Street north around 1:30am Monday; a man and woman are both hospitalized as a result of the shooting. The investigation continues.
New Jersey State Police have responded to 343 traffic accidents that have occurred during the winter storm event. These numbers were as of 10:00am Monday. Police had also responded to nearly 300 motorist assist calls.
The County has closed the Cape May County Park and Zoo, as well as the County Park North due to today’s storm. Strong winds continue to blow and may get stronger which makes being in these public spaces unsafe. Both parks are expected to be open on Tuesday.