Borough Council July 20 awarded a contract for construction of a new Beach Patrol building after years of discussion and postponement.
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Cape May County has recorded 9,003 Covid cases during the pandemic, 8,730 of which are now off quarantine.
Toward the end of the July 21 Wildwood Crest Commission meeting, Mayor Don Cabrera announced that the borough would not be establishing new requirements regarding inspections of large multifamily dwellings.
Stone Harbor officials are taking steps to increase public safety at one of the town’s busiest intersections, at Third Avenue and 96th Street, in the heart of the business district.
Mayor William Pikolycky announced July 23 that the Cape May County Department of Health will provide mobile Covid vaccinations, in Woodbine, July 27, July 29, Aug. 24 and Aug. 26.
U.S. Rep. Jeff Van Drew (R-2nd) issued a joint statement with Cape May County Commissioner Director Gerald Thornton and Commissioner Vice-Director Leonard Desiderio on the hypocrisy of the administration to allow illegal immigrants to flow in through the southern border while the northern border remains closed until at least Aug. 21.
Gov. Phil Murphy July 22 reaffirmed his commitment to addressing lead exposure in New Jersey and its harmful effects on public health and child development by signing a package of bills aimed protecting New Jersey’s families from lead poisoning.
Kiley Holman, 13, received an extra thrill July 6, while on a slingshot ride at Morey's Piers, in Wildwood.
A motor vehicle stop, in the area of the 200 east block of Stockton Road, was conducted by the Wildwood Crest Police Department, at 2:02 a.m. July 19.
The recent announcement that the opening of the U.S.-Canadian border has been delayed until at least Aug. 21 has ended Cape May County's hope that they could recoup some of the losses in Canadian visitors last year.
The Lower Township Police Department responded to or initiated a total of 1,080 calls, averaging a total of 155 calls per day.
Work will soon begin on the final phase of Middle Township’s bike path, fulfilling a vision that’s been many years in the making.
Sea Isle City Council, during a special meeting July 16, approved a place-to-place liquor license transfer for the Beach Bar at the Ludlam, at 4000 Landis Ave.
At approximately 4:15 a.m. July 17, a motor vehicle was stolen from the 200 block of E. Second Avenue.
The Delaware River and Bay Authority (DRBA) Police Department is scheduled for a virtual site-based assessment, from Aug. 2-4.
Water quality samples for all Cape May County ocean beaches were within the standard July 22, according to the state Department of Environmental Protection (DEP).
Gov. Phil Murphy signed legislation (S-3982) July 21, providing additional aid to small businesses, as New Jersey continues to provide support to small businesses as they recover from the pandemic.
Human Services Acting Commissioner Sarah Adelman July 21 announced the department has begun delivering extra food assistance benefits to school children who would have received free or reduced-price, in-school meals if not for virtual learning due to Covid.