Former Middle Township mayor Mike Voll has a new home. Voll has been named as the new city manager in Cape May. Cape May has made some significant changes in personnel, including a new engineering firm and a new city solicitor. The government in Cape May officially reorganized last week.
There are 59 new cases of coronavirus reported in Cape May County. County officials also say on Tuesday that 73 residents at the Crest Haven Nursing Home received their first doses of the new Covid-19 vaccine. New Jersey has administered 100,000 doses of the vaccine to date.
The Atlantic City Beer and Music Festival is moving outdoors to Bader Field this year. The festival is moving outdoors in June in a furtherance to guarantee the festival will still go on as planned. There were be three, four hour sessions that begin on Friday evening, June 4th.
New Jersey is just shy of 500,000 total pcr coronavirus tests. Governor Phil Murphy made the announcement on social media today. There are 138 new deaths from the virus to report, along with 5,400 positive tests that came in over the past 24 hours.
A longtime realtor in our area has passed away at the age of 79. James Sofroney of South Seaville passed away at his home over the weekend. Sofroney was twice the past president of the Cape May County Board of Realtors, and was very active in Sea Isle City tourism and chamber matters. Services will…
The Atlantic County Prosecutor’s Office is now supervising the Linwood Police Department. The Office issued a statement saying the move is necessary due to several complaints of alleged misconduct against Linwood Police Chief John Hamilton. The Prosecutor’s Office will supervise Linwood Police “until further notice”.
Work continues in January on the Middle Thorofare Bridge in Lower Township. The County-operated bridge will remain with one lane of traffic. Over the next few weeks, new bridge railings will be set in place, and the one way traffic pattern will switch to the opposite lane. Overnight closures of the bridge begin this week…
There are 54 new cases of coronavirus in Cape May County. County health officials reported the new cases on Monday with 11 of the new cases being in Upper Township. An 88 year old man from Dennis Township is the latest to succumb to the virus locally.
Lower Township Police and the Cape May County Prosecutor’s Office are continuing their investigation into the deaths of two individuals inside a home located on Cardinal Avenue in the Villas. Police responded to the house Monday morning and found the two individuals deceased inside. If you have any information regarding these deaths, you are asked…
Monday was back to school day for children throughout the Garden State as holiday break came to an end. State officials say only 77 school districts in the entire state have ditched remote learning for in-classroom instruction. 339 school districts remain on all-remote learning.