After about 50 or so races the winners were recognized. Making Pack 184 history was Estrella Ortiz-Sanchez, our first female scout first place winner.
80, of Woodbine passed away on Sunday, April 5, 2020 at Cooper University Hospital in Camden.Born in Barbados, Virgin Islands to the late Alma Boyce, he had been a resident of New Jersey since his mid twenties. Cornelius immigrated to the United States at age 17 entering the country through …
age 81 of N. Wildwood, passed away Wednesday, April 8, 2020. Joseph was formerly of Cherry Hill. He owned and operated Piping Supplies, Inc in Williamstown, NJ. He summered in Cape May County since 1974 becoming a permanent resident in 1990. He was also a US Marine, serving until 1963. Joe i…
Uber Eats and Gov. Phil Murphy announced a plan April 8 to donate $350,000 worth of free meals to healthcare workers and first responders throughout New Jersey.
Atlantic Cape Community College is honoring students and alumni serving on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic during community college month, the school said in a release.
The renovations of the Franklin Street School in Cape May got a big boost April 7 when city officials were notified that the project was selected for a $500,000 federal grant.
The Chip Miller Foundation said it will donate $5 for every entry it receives into its free contest to design the t-shirt for this summer's Surf Fest.
The Cape May County Chamber of Commerce Education Foundation is accepting scholarship applications from June 2020 high school graduates planning to pursue a two-year or four-year college or trade school education.
The Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts & Humanities (MAC) announced that beginning March 27, and culminating with a new website April 1, the organization will launch a new brand, which includes a new name, logo and website.
Cape Assist recently received a donation from the Avalon Lions Charity Foundation, totaling $6,000. The generous gift is especially helpful, as donations to nonprofits are down during the coronavirus pandemic.
WILDWOOD CREST - It was no April Fool joke April 1, when Crest Memorial School teachers rallied and formed a parade in the afternoon through the borough to raise spirits of all homebound students.
Lisa Muller (nee Dougherty), 63, of Cape May, peacefully passed away early morning April 4, 2020. Lisa was born in Cape May Court House, NJ on September 16, 1956. Daughter of Wister “Barney” Dougherty and the late Joy Dougherty. She is predeceased by her husband, Gregory Muller and granddaug…
The Cape May County Board of Chosen Freeholders voted April 7 that all hotels, motels, guest houses and other transient, seasonal and short-term rental businesses are prohibited from lodging any new transient guest or seasonal tenant, effective immediately.
Genesis HealthCare, the operator of the Victoria Manor nursing home, in North Cape May, issued a statement April 7 in response to the coronavirus outbreak inside the long-term care facility.
Victoria Manor in Lower Township, announced April 7 that an 86-year-old male resident, with significant underlying health conditions, who was recently hospitalized died of COVID-19.
The animals at the county zoo might be a little confused and lonely with the lack of visitors, but rest assured this does not mean the animals are not being well cared for by the veterinarians and zookeepers, the county said in a release.
Anna A. West of North Cape May passed on April 2, 2020. Born in Florida May 30, 1926. Married to late Robert West Sr.Surviving are sons: Edward and wife Mary of Cassville PA, Robert Jr and wife Sandra of Gulf Breeze Fl and Patrick and wife Jacquie of Cocoa Fl. Many Grandchildren and Great Gr…
Sean P. Britton, age 26 of Villas, NJ passed away on March 30, 2020. He was born in Cape May Court House and was lifelong area resident. He was a 2012 graduate of Lower Cape Regional High School. He worked numerous jobs including West Side Market, American Pool, WingIt, Fudge Kitchen, McDona…
The U.S. Coast Guard announced April 3it will graduate 64 recruits from the eight-week program at Training Center Cape May, but will reschedule shipment of new recruits to boot camp as it adapts to the COVID-19 emergency.
To provide much-needed seasonal joy to students in their afterschool program, K.A.R.E., staff members from Cape Assist delivered Easter baskets, along with pizza and other treats, to 11 children and their families March 31.
It was all-hands-on-deck recently, as Leader Printers completed a large project of over 120,000 copies, inserted and sealed in over 1600 individually addressed envelopes. The work was to prepare materials to help with remote education of Lower Township students during the COVID-19 crisis.
While the nation confronts COVID-19, the U.S. Coast Guard continues to perform critical missions, including training of its recruits at its training facilities, including Coast Guard Training Center Cape May. However, operations are not without added safety measures intended to protect its staff and recruits.
On March 26, the Facebook Journalism Project (FJP), the Lenfest Institute for Journalism and the Local Media Association (LMA) announced that the Cape May County Herald will be awarded a $5,000 grant to support coronavirus news coverage for our community.
Catherine W Costello (nee Groark) passed away today, March 27 2020 at Crest Haven Nursing Home. Catherine was born in West Philadelphia on October 25, 1930. She married her Joseph in 1953 and moved to Long Island NY to raise their family. She is predeceased by her husband, her parents and he…