Firefighters from five fire companies responded to a structure fire, June 1, at 36 Route 47, in Dias Creek.
Penny, a 10-foot-long great white shark that pinged less than a mile off Ocean City on Memorial Day, has pinged again, heading south along the coast.
Three issues kept coming up at a May 31 panel presentation on homelessness: Mental health, addiction, and lack of housing.
A historic Methodist Episcopal church in Goshen is getting a new life thanks to a man who operates cemeteries.
Over Memorial Day weekend, Ocean City police responded to 999 calls for service due mainly to large groups of teens gathered on the city’s beaches and engaged in illegal activities.
Linda Gentille and the Jersey Shore Pops Return to the Cape May Convention Center with a Patriotic Tribute Concert
On Monday, July 3rd at 7 p.m., Linda Gentille & The Jersey Shore Pops returns to the Cape May Convention Center with an American Patriotic Concert Tribute.
The John Walter Cape Community Band and its JWB Brass Quintet will once again add to the sounds of summer.
The 24th annual Strawberry Festival returns to Wilbraham Park on June 3, rain date June 4.
My husband, Neil, has been creating a lot of useful items in his woodwork shop lately. He is pretty handy that way. He is also good with finances and has been the treasurer at our church for quite a few years. These two skills have come together recently, as he is helping a friend of ours.
The holiday weekend is now in the rearview mirror. The unofficial start to the summer season means longer days filled with more fishing and good times on the water.
On May 3, the New Jersey State Board of Education lowered the passing score for the state’s high school exit exam in order to ensure that more students would qualify to graduate in 2024 and 2025.
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New Jersey State Police (NJSP) responded to an overturned dump truck on the Garden State Parkway (GSP), May 31, at milepost 7.2.
The new Crest Arts Pavilion is getting ready for a grand opening, June 16, after holding a “soft opening,” March 24, by hosting an art competition held by the Wildwood Crest Creative Arts Council.
Congressman Van Drew explains why he voted no on the Fiscal Responsibility Act.
The Lower Township Police Department responded to or initiated a total of 984 calls, averaging a total of 141 calls per day.
Middle’s municipal code defines a billboard as “a sign which directs attention to a business, commodity, or entertainment conducted, sold or offered at a location other than the location in which the sign is located.”
The owners of Kannavis Botanicals’ three Wildwood locations paid a courtesy call to the Wildwood Board of Commissioners meeting, May 24, to tell the governing body what they are – and are not.
Ocean City continues to resist the building of high-voltage transmission lines under city streets for the support of the Ocean Wind I offshore wind farm.
Cape May County is making a series of grants to each of the 16 county municipalities using funds the county received from the American Rescue Plan.
New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) officials announced today (May 30) that it will be conducting its annual emergency evacuation exercise on Thursday, June 1 to practice and refine response activities in the event of a major hurricane.
New Jersey State Police confirmed that a body recovered, May 22, from the ocean off Sandy Hook was that of missing Cape May County postal employee, Corey McFadden.
Ocean City Mayor Jay Gillian on Tuesday (May 30) signed off on orders that will send a strong message to teens and their parents that the beach, boardwalk and other public areas will no longer be open to mass gatherings that include alcohol consumption and other infractions of the law.