Gov. Phil Murphy May 11 signed S703/A1079, requiring that all health care professionals who provide perinatal treatment and care to pregnant persons at a hospital or birthing center undergo explicit and implicit bias training.
Chief Dekon Fashaw detailed the promotion and reassignment of three Cape May police officers with a combined total of 40 years of service as veteran police officers in a swearing-in ceremony, led by Mayor Zack Mullock and City Manager Michael Voll.
The pandemic has not diminished the desire to build and offer new retail space in Middle Township.
The Murphy administration and New Jersey Department of Community Affairs (DCA) Division of Local Government Services (DLGS) May 11 issued the award of 23 Local Efficiency Achievement Program (LEAP) grants to local governmental entities across New Jersey.
Gov. Phil Murphy May 12 signed Executive Order No. 239, moving forward with the Covid restriction easing announced last week.
All Leagues are played out of the Martin Luther King Center. You do not have to be a Middle Township Resident to Participate. 5v5 Basketball open to everyone. Any questions please contact the Recreation Department at 609-465-8747 or 609-465-8743. Follow us on Facebook @ Middle-Township-Recr…
Restaurants are about so much more than just food, especially here at the shore. Restaurants enhance the Shore experience. They tell the story of survival, reinvention and resilience, not because they wanted to, but because they had to! Many of our local businesses have been faced with chall…
Come for a wine-derful time. Leave grapefully happy. Get ready to “Sip. Savor. ‘S’elebrate” at the Pour Into Summer Wine Festival taking place May 22 & 23 from 12:00pm – 5:00pm at Byrne Plaza in Wildwood. Come wine down with some of New Jersey’s best wineries as they kick off the summer …
As outlined in the introductory piece March 3, the Herald is endeavoring to provide a layman’s digest of climate change issues that Cape May County faces.