Seeking to make commonsense common again, Lenora Boninfante Kodytek and Shawna Mulford are kicking off their campaign for Upper Township Committee.
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The Lower Township Police Department responded to or initiated a total of 996 calls, averaging a total of 143 calls per day.
Sea Isle City Council May 11 adopted a cannabis business prohibition ordinance, like those making the rounds in other municipalities.
Law enforcement officers from the Wildwood Crest Police Department will join with police from around the country in cracking down on unbuckled motorists and passengers as part of the national “Click it or Ticket” campaign.
Gov. Phil Murphy and his administration have begun working with Senate President Sweeney and Assembly Speaker Coughlin on legislation that will end the Covid Public Health Emergency in place since March 2020.
Since March 2018, resident Martha Wright has been bringing her iPhone tripod to Avalon Borough Council meetings, recording and posting them to a Facebook page, distributing the link to residents.
Conservation efforts to protect terrapins by The Wetlands Institute (TWI), of Stone Harbor, and the Borough of Avalon seem to have been somewhat successful, according to officials, but road mortality and habitat destruction are persistent issues impacting local terrapin populations.
The Cape May County Department of Health has administered a total of 20,177 doses so far.
Local drivers felt the pinch at the pump this week, as much of the eastern half of the country dealt with the shutdown of the Colonial Pipeline.
U.S. Rep. Jeff Van Drew (R-2nd) May 14, joined by 53 of his colleagues, introduced H. Res. 396.
Cricket Denton, a lifelong resident of Seaville and ardent community leader, is officially announcing her candidacy for Upper Township Committee.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) May 13 announced new guidance regarding the use of masks and social distancing.
Human Services Acting Commissioner Sarah Adelman May 12 announced the Murphy administration secured another $22.6 million in federal funds to expand and support mental health services, especially in the wake of Covid.
Gov. Phil Murphy May 11 signed S703/A1079, requiring that all health care professionals who provide perinatal treatment and care to pregnant persons at a hospital or birthing center undergo explicit and implicit bias training.
The Murphy administration and New Jersey Department of Community Affairs (DCA) Division of Local Government Services (DLGS) May 11 issued the award of 23 Local Efficiency Achievement Program (LEAP) grants to local governmental entities across New Jersey.