Month: April 2021

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County Officials Want a Trade Show & Convention Comeback

County officials feel the trade show and convention industry have been unfairly left out of the state’s reopening so far. This morning, officials gathered at Kennedy Plaza to voice their displeasure . Trade shows and conventions have been on hold since March 2020. The conference was hosted by Assemblymen Vince Mazzeo and John Armato. Greater … Continue Reading County Officials Want a Trade Show & Convention Comeback

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ACPO Warns Of Spoof Scam

The Atlantic County Prosecutor’s Office has been notified that the ACPO’s office phone number is being used in a spoof scam with a called requesting money, Atlantic County Prosecutor Damon G. Tyner announced. Multiple members of the public have called the ACPO and reported that they have received a call from the ACPO’s phone number—609-909-7800– … Continue Reading ACPO Warns Of Spoof Scam

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A Scam in Atlantic County

The Atlantic County Prosecutor’s Office has been notified that its phone number is being used in a scam with a call requesting money, according to Atlantic County Prosecutor Damon G. Tyner on Thursday. Multiple members of the public have called the Atlantic County Prosecutor’s Office and reported they have received a call from the prosecutor’s … Continue Reading A Scam in Atlantic County

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Temporary Restrictions For 96th Street Bridge

The 96th Street Bridge along Stone Harbor Boulevard leading into the Borough of Stone Harbor has been undergoing emergency repairs to the bascule span (movable span) throughout the spring and early winter of 2020. However, due to unfavorable winter temperatures, the entire work scope could not be completed during the winter, leaving about a two-week … Continue Reading Temporary Restrictions For 96th Street Bridge

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Walk In Vaccination Clinics In Cape May County

The Cape May County Department of Health will be providing COVID vaccination for walk-ins on Wednesday, May 5, 2021. There will be 100 vaccine doses on a first-come, first serve basis. The site of the vaccination clinic is the Avalon Community Center, which is located at 3001 Avalon Ave. Walk-in times are 11:30 am to … Continue Reading Walk In Vaccination Clinics In Cape May County

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Avalon Shifting Sand Between Beach Areas

Sand from the beaches between 33rd and 40th streets in Avalon is being moved to areas between Ninth and 15th streets that were eroded during winter storms. In all, about 55,000 pounds of sand will be relocated in the back passing project with the use of heavy machinery. Officials call it a necessary and important … Continue Reading Avalon Shifting Sand Between Beach Areas

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Federal Assistance Coming to Cape May & Ocean

Federal disaster assistance is available to five New Jersey counties, including Cape May and Ocean, to supplement state and local recovery efforts in the areas affected by a late January and early February nor’easter, this according to the Federal Emergency Management Agency on Wednesday. Federal funding is available to state and eligible local governments and … Continue Reading Federal Assistance Coming to Cape May & Ocean

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Lower Township Police Warn Of Gift Card Scam

Lower Township Police are warning about a scam happening involving people posing as Amazon and Apple employees. The Cape May County Herald reports residents are receiving messages stating that their Amazon accounts have been hacked and/or there have been fraudulent purchases. A telephone number is then provided. Upon call back, the person on the other … Continue Reading Lower Township Police Warn Of Gift Card Scam