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Sea Isle Prohibiting Online Marketplaces From Offering Short Term Rentals

Sea Isle is going a step further in making sure the community and the health system aren’t overrun by people trying to escape coronavirus in other places. Sea Isle City is prohibiting online marketplaces from offering short-term rentals until further notice. The mayor has spoken with leaders in the Sea Isle City real estate community, […]

AC Expressway Toll Hike Hearings Will Be Held Remotely

Public hearings on a proposed Atlantic City Expressway toll hike will be held remotely. The thinking is in-person meetings are not a good idea right now and the South Jersey Transportation Authority changed the notice on its website about the hearings set for April 1 and April 2, along with links for how people can […]

AC Expressway Could Increase Tolls

The New Jersey agency that operates the Atlantic City Expressway has scheduled a public meeting for Wednesday to consider toll increase despite the governor’s order for residents to stay home during the COVID-19 outbreak. The South Jersey Transportation Authority has two meetings planned for Wednesday and a third on Thursday to consider capital projects financed […]

Gov. Murphy Announces New COVID-19 Info

The latest COVID-19 numbrs statewide as of this afternoon, there are now 16,636 cases of the virus including 198 deaths in New Jersey. Over 3,000 new cases since last night. At Governor Phil Murphy’s press confernece just a while ago, it was announced we lost another 37 people since Sunday. The governor also mentioned that […]

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Dog delivers groceries to neighbor in need during coronavirus quarantine

Dog delivers groceries to neighbor in need during coronavirus quarantine

KRDO(MANITOU SPRINGS, Colorado) -- At a time of national crisis, heroes come in all shapes and sizesfurry friends included.

Sundance, Karen Evelths dog, is helping neighbor Renee Hellman stay safe during the coronavirus pandemic by dropping off groceries at the door of her home in Manitou Springs, Colorado. Hellmen is over 65 and suffers from chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), which...

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COVID-19 causes spike in "comfort TV" viewing of old favorites like 'Charlie's Angels'

COVID-19 causes spike in "comfort TV" viewing of old favorites like 'Charlie's Angels'

L-R - Shelley Hack, Jaclyn Smith and Cheryl Ladd -- Walt Disney Television via Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- With the constantly scary headlines that are coming from the COVID-19 pandemic, its no surprise people are using their time at home to seek comfort in old television favorites.

As previously reported, Hallmark Channel is running its popular Christmas movies now, while retrocable channel C...

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Van Gogh painting stolen in raid from museum closed due to coronavirus

Van Gogh painting stolen in raid from museum closed due to coronavirus

iStock(NEW YORK) -- A painting by Vincent Van Gogh has been stolen after burglars broke into a Dutch museum that is closed to the public due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Van Goghs The Parsonage Garden at Nuenen in Spring, painted in 1884, was taken from the Singer Laren Museum, which lies just outside Amsterdam, in the early hours of Monday morning, the director of the museum said. The painti...

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As health officials feared, coronavirus outbreak invading nursing homes

As health officials feared, coronavirus outbreak invading nursing homes

ABC News(WASHINGTON) -- The coronavirus outbreak raced through four nursing homes over the weekend, infecting hundreds of residents at senior living facilities and killing at least five people.

At a press conference Monday, Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan called the outbreak in one senior home north of Baltimore deeply concerning, as the virus leaves a mounting toll at facilities around the country....

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'People are afraid': Amazon warehouse workers in New York walk off the job; Instacart and Whole Foods employees to follow

'People are afraid': Amazon warehouse workers in New York walk off the job; Instacart and Whole Foods employees to follow

iStock(NEW YORK) -- A group of workers at an Amazon warehouse in New York City walked off the job and went on strike Monday afternoon, demanding the company shut down and thoroughly clean the sprawling facility after they say multiple employees there have tested positive for the novel coronavirus.

Fear of the rapidly spreading virus, which has killed nearly 800 people in New York City, has also ...

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'We have some form of hope': Why some Democrats are giving Trump high marks on coronavirus

'We have some form of hope': Why some Democrats are giving Trump high marks on coronavirus

ABC News(WASHINGTON) -- In the middle of a crisis of unrivaled magnitude, President Trump is finding himself on new terrain in more ways than one after a new ABC News/Washington Post poll revealed a small bump of support in the presidents approval among Democrats - up 13 points.

While that 13-point rise was only to a meager 17%, it does, perhaps, represent a significant movement of some Democra...

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