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The data is in: no Memorial Day Weekend COVID-19 spike at the Jersey Shore

CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE, N.J. – Governor Phil Murphy is fond of saying that “data determines dates.” If he truly believes that, then the latest data suggests that New Jersey should fully open without delay. On Wednesday (June 3rd), we Read More

O’Scanlon and DiMaso bash Murphy’s slow reopening of restaurants and other small business

By Art Gallagher _ Senator Declan O’Scanlon and Assemblywoman Serena DiMaso have blasted Governor Phil Murphy’s slow reopening of the New Jersey restaurant industry, calling the governor’s rules a “slow death” for the small businesses. Read the rest of this Read More

O’Scanlon reports from Long Branch: “Apparently we’re not all homicidal maniacs!”

LONG BRANCH, N.J. – The Jersey Shore was open (mostly) for tourism on Saturday, with businesses operating unnder severe restrictions and some still closed (like amusement parks) but beaches and boardwalks welcoming for sun worshippers and the cabin fever-afflicted alike. Read More

Murphy expected to address the Jersey Shore on Thursday

SEA ISLE CITY, N.J. – Jersey Shore political and business leaders are anxiously anticipating some word from Governor Murphy about easing lockdown restrictions at Thursday’s daily COVID-19 briefing. Sea Isle City Mayor and Cape May County Freeholder Board Vice Director Read More

Mayor Donohue: “We don’t have the option” to keep Cape May County closed all summer

MIDDLE TOWNSHIP, N.J. – A leading Jersey Shore county mayor says keeping Cape May County closed all summer simply isn’t an option. “We don’t have the option to not reopen Cape May County for the summer. That’s not an option,” Read More