• By Karen Knight
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When Felonee Joo was 16, she found herself pregnant after a one-night stand and a friend took her to a Hope Pregnancy Center for help and support as she faced some tough decisions.

  • By Al Campbell
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Tracy Gerstenfield, daughter of Bill and Barbara Graham of Avalon, biked 65 miles on her Trek road bike July 30 from Philadelphia to Atlantic City as part of the Irish Pub Children's Foundation 30th anniversary event.

  • By Karen Knight
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This resort’s "best-kept secret" just might be the Helen L. Diller Vacation Home for Blind Children, the summer home to 160 campers this season who come for a week at the shore, "just like everyone else."

  • By Karen Knight
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Providing a "proper resting place for the veterans who served our country," the Bethel Union Civil War Veterans Cemetery was dedicated May 24 when politicians, middle school students, community members and others convened to recognize the volunteers who united to clear it after a period of neglect.

  • By Jim McCarty
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At The Lighthouse Church on Route 9, dozens of “guests” of every age chose to pay a minimum of $125, and as much as $1,100, to construct their own cardboard-box "house" for an overnight stay on church grounds.

  • By Karen Knight
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The Cape May County community is invited to an open house from noon to 3 p.m. Feb. 18, when the county's Habitat for Humanity opens its doors to the new ReStore, where, come later this spring, shoppers will be able to buy new and gently-used home improvement items below retail prices.

  • By Jim McCarty
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On Dec. 19, an international organization dedicated to ensuring that girls and women can reach their full potential made a special group of temporarily homeless families in Cape May County especially thankful this Christmas.

  • Press Release
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An all-points bulletin will be in effect throughout this city Dec. 10 as members of the Wildwood Police Department search for the master of merry mischief, the Grinch.