Twas a month before Christmas
On the night of Dec. 1 or Dec. 2, a person went into my car and stole the brand new RCA DVD player with dual screens that I bought for my children for Christmas
During Holiday Hospitality Night in Lower Township, I tripped and fell on my face in front of the Villas Liquor Store.
Thank you for the Prison Talk column. I’d also like to thank you for your story on Rob Seitzinger and his efforts supporting the troops.
This is in response to Deborah McGuire’s story of Nov. 21, “OPRA Abuse Costs Time, Money.”
: If the Mayan calendar is correct, and the world ends Dec. 21st,
Mayor Glen Glembocki took it upon himself to start a rumor during the Dennis Township Committee Meeting on Nov. 20
I was much encouraged by the Herald's printing of Tom Henry's excellent article "Our Broken Educational System" as well as Publisher Art Hall's thoughtful commentary in that same issue
In an editorial dated Nov. 12, Publisher Art Hall called on Cape May Country schools to “educate students for fields where there are good jobs, whether the opportunity is here locally, or elsewhere
War should always be a last resort. Israel has been very patient taking more than one slap to the face by its enemies and this administration.
In response to the recent Letter to the Editor “Where Were the Police during the Storm?”
I wish to thank the community for their continued and overwhelming support of the Coast Guard this Thanksgiving Day
When bad things happen, good things always follow them
We are fortunate to live in a country where we can speak our mind, and I thank this newspaper for giving me this forum to do just that.
Kudos to the voters in Lower Township. They have eliminated the Republicans and voted in the good guys.
Every presidential election stirs up talk of using the national popular vote instead of the Electoral College to decide who the next president will be.
This is a "thank you' to people I’ve never met, never will, and yet they are literally a part of my life. Thanks to you all, I am here this Thanksgiving holiday.
Thank you for publishing the “Tattered Towel” Family Matters column Oct. 24.
On Sat., Oct. 27, as Hurricane Sandy approached, I found myself waiting in line at Home Depot to buy a generator
My younger years were spent At Wildwood by the Sea
smayed with the lack of police protection that I personally witnessed during the recent Hurricane Sandy.
OK, I’ll confess to being a recent convert to the whole “Spout Off” blog thing
When I wanted to put the world aside, it was at my home on Reeds Beach that I would reside.
In the wake of Sandy, I felt compelled to share my opinion on beach replenishment and conservation