I read with interest the presentation made before the Lower Township Council Meeting, by Emergency...
National Volunteer Appreciation Week begins April 12 and Animal Outreach of Cape May County wishes to...
I can't thank the staff at Urgent Care enough for your competent, caring, and excellent care you...
“We’re more than happy to support an organization that promotes military education,” noted Post...
The Cape May County Chamber of Commerce will hold their next business meeting April 16 with special...
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Looking for something to do this weekend? Check out some of the fun going on at the shore!
School Days is a collection of school news and photos from around the county.
Cape May’s annual Spring Festival celebrates the season with 10 days of exciting tours and events.
Nothing’s worse than feeling held back from life because your knee hurts and the pain just won’t go away!
The latest news of and recognition for Cape May County residents who are currently living out of the area.
Cape May County will host a three-day community festival to honor USCG personnel and their families and to celebrate the County’s designation as a “Coast Guard Community.’
Cape May County Men’s Softball League announces spring softball registration.
The Delaware Bay has long been the home to the largest concentration of spawning horseshoe crabs in the world, but this population has declined by 90 percent over the last 15 years because of over-harvesting and degraded habitat.
The Cape May Habitat Restoration Task Force, a partnership organized by New Jersey Audubon, is announcing an upcoming volunteer event open to all members of the public.
In partnership with the American Red Cross, the City of Cape May is proud to present its semi-annual American Red Cross Blood Drive to be held at the Cape May Convention Hall.
The public is invited to join us and learn about this amazing natural area, consisting of a rare maritime dune forest nestled between the untouched beach dunes and the salt marsh.
“We’re more than happy to support an organization that promotes military education,” noted Post Commander Ralph Laltrella.
Kathy Szczur gets very nervous when her son is playing Major League Baseball. She admits to “putzing around the house and doing stuff” to keep busy until her spouse, Marc, who is often watching the youngest of their two sons online, gives her an update.
This week we’re doing something different. We took the report on the road to Myrtle Beach, S.C. recently for a high school baseball trip, and went around checking out some points of interest that included a visit to a fishing pier, the Bass Pro store and restaurant, and actually getting to do a little freshwater fishing.
Take a moment to inspect your porch or patio screens, your screen doors and your window screens. Here is what to look for:
Jersey Shore Country Store is Cape May County’s premiere shopping destination for comfy, quality, Amish hand-made pine furnishings and décor.
Cape May County Freeholder E. Marie Hayes and the Board of Chosen Freeholders announced the winners of the Fare Free Transportation's "Roadeo” held April 14 at the Cape May County Airport in Erma.
ppointments are now being taken for the May 8, 2015, PAD screening program at Cape Regional Medical Center.
Cape May County residents are invited to attend the annual Healthcare Resource Day April 25, 2015 at the Wildwoods Convention Center.
Cape May County grand jury indictments this week.
The Hairport Hair Salon in Rio Grande reopened for business Thursday, April 16.
The family of Khalil Wallace, a 19-year-old Rowan University student murdered in 2011, has never heard two men charged with his murder say they were "guilty," despite plea bargains agreed to April 13.
Governor Chris Christie orders flags lowered to half-staff in honor of fallen Manchester Township Police Officer Scott R. Thompson.
The Adam’s Restaurant, in Montego Bay Resort and Conference Center, buzzed with voices and laughter April 15 as waiters and waitresses brushed past in a blur of white and black, offsetting the colors and textures of business suits, patterned purses, and ties.
LoBiondo votes to protect South Jersey farmers, business owners from so-called ‘death tax’; congressman applauds passage of legislation repealing estate tax.
Cape May Coast Guard unit to change command; outgoing leader slated for year-long overseas deployment.
Dion Welch, 36, is wanted by the Cape May County Sheriff’s Office.
John Murphy, 34, is wanted by the Cape May County Prosecutor’s Office.
“There is still a little bit of Mayberry in North Wildwood,” Scott Jett quoted the late Mayor Bill Henfey.
As part of the renovation of the main branch of Cape May County Library, Mechanic Street, Court House, a worker in a bucket lift is atop the roof by the cupola and clock April 15.
Prosecutor Robert L. Taylor, North Wildwood Chief of Police Matthew Gallagher and School Administrators of the Wildwood Catholic High School jointly announce the completion of a random K9 sweep of Wildwood Catholic High School for narcotics.
The program is expected to reduce the district’s annual energy and operating costs by approximately $3.5 million over a 15-year period, representing a 37 percent reduction in utility costs.
Council met for its regularly scheduled meeting April 14. The meeting kicked off with a briefing on the latest status on the Sea Isle Boulevard project.
Patrolmen Nuscis of the Lower Township Police Department located two vehicles under the Route 109 Bridge after receiving a phone call of a suspicious vehicle in the area April 13 at approximately 10:30 p.m.
Riley and Chris Hollandsworth are getting ready for significant life changes - Riley is preparing herself to move away for college and Chris is preparing to become the man of the house.
See salary resolution from Board of Chosen Freeholders meeting April 14.
Have you filed your taxes? Internal Revenue Service (IRS) provides some last-minute filing tips, as well as what to do if you need more time to file your taxes.
All Middle Township businesses are encouraged to participate in this program that promotes and supports a Buy Local initiative.
On the eve of the April 15 federal income tax filing deadline, U.S. Sen. Cory Booker (D-NJ) introduced the Tax Refund Protection Act of 2015.