Covid Act Now raised its designation of New Jersey to ‘very high risk’ for contracting the disease. It lists the same ‘very high risk’ designation for 15 of New Jersey’s 21 counties, including Cape May County.
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Cape May Police Department seeks the public's help to identify a suspect in a burglary on the Washington Street Mall.
Police made a total of 9 arrests during this period.
Joe Byrne, the managing partner of B.G. Capital, which currently has four major active development projects in Wildwood and owns and is looking to expand Seaport Pier, in North Wildwood, said some days he feels like he doesn’t want to put another penny into the shore town.
The Coast Guard urges all boaters to prepare for the water temperature, rather than the air temperature.
The idea came as a request for a “little free pantry” to be located at a borough-owned building on behalf of a third-grade class at Crest Memorial School to help the hungry throughout the holidays.
For the public and workers’ safety, traffic restrictions and/or alternating traffic patterns are likely to occur during work hours.
Mayor Leonard Desiderio provided insight into the two priorities driving the municipality’s capital spending plan: Flood mitigation and funding for a new community center.
The ornaments and assorted other family items reportedly have a value of $26,000, according to the police.
During Upper Township Committee's Nov. 22 meeting, newly elected Committee member Mark Pancoast was sworn in for a one-year term, filling out the three-year term of Hobie Young, who resigned in October 2020 over sexually suggestive Facebook posts regarding then-vice-presidential candidate Kamala Harris.
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A campaign to curb drunk driving, beefed up by an injection of state funding to increase resources, will kick off across the state Dec. 3, the attorney general’s office announced.
Mayor Leonard Desiderio invited John McCann to kick off Sea Isle City Council's Nov. 23 meeting with a review of the first Hero Scholarship motorcycle ride Sept. 25.
Edward Price, of Beesley's Point, summarized the issues that had neighbors organized and ready to legally oppose the concept, like introducing traffic, noise, drinking, parking, safety problems, and overall disruption to their quiet streets.