Woodbine-Mayor William Pikolycky is pleased to announce that, despite the early threat of drizzles, the Greater Woodbine Chamber of Commerce 7th Annual Car Show & Swap Meet on Saturday, Oct. 13 was again a success, and larger than ever.
On Friday, Oct. 12, over 200 people attended Creating Experiences, a gala in support of United Methodist Communities (UMC) at The Shores.
Cape Regional Health System has announced that Devon Lappin, DNP, a Doctor of Nursing Practice has joined Cape Regional Physicians Associates.
The 2018 Atlantic Cape Community College Scramble “Fore” Scholarships golf tournament raised $41,000 for student aid and Foundation operations.
In keeping with its commitment to support the arts and music programs at local Wildwood area schools, the Wildwood Rotary, through multiple fundraising efforts, was proudly able to purchase and donate a brand new flute for the Margaret Mace music program, along with stackable trays for large projects in the arts program.
Atlantic City Electric today joined four South Jersey workforce development boards and three vocational schools to officially launch a six-year $6.5-million program to educate the workforce needed to fill future energy jobs across New Jersey.
Crest Savings Bank is a proud sponsor of the annual Wildwood Seafood and Music Festival and is pleased to have the opportunity to assist the Greater Wildwood Chamber of Commerce make this community event a success.
OceanFirst Foundation of Toms River has awarded a $10,000 grant to Cape Regional Medical Center which provided sponsorship support to Cape Regional’s Home & Home and Health Show and the Warren L. Buckingham Memorial Golf Tournament.
Located in the middle of Wildwood’s hustling and bustling streets on the corner of New Jersey and Garfield avenues is a new resource for both locals and visitors – Sock N Roll laundromat!
The Wildwood Business Improvement District (WBID) is proud to announce that Byrne Plaza has won the 2018 Downtown New Jersey Excellence Award for Excellence in Placemaking.
The Middle Township Chamber of Commerce is hosting its annual “Meet the Candidates Dinner” event on Tuesday, Oct. 16, 2018 at the Shore Club.
Atlantic City Electric is recognizing Fire Prevention Week by donating 2,800 smoke alarms to local communities through its partners at the southern New Jersey Fire Marshal’s Offices.
United Methodist Communities (UMC) at The Shores, a senior living community located on Bay Avenue in Ocean City, is pleased to announce the appointment of Dawn Zindel to the position of director of Tapestries Memory Care Residence.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and the health care professionals at Atlantic Medical Imaging (AMI), as well as the AMI Foundation, are marking the occasion with two very special events and free screening mammograms.
Higher Path Healing in Cape May Court House and Vineland is South Jersey’s premier wellness center/acupuncture and Chinese medicine clinic, specializing in safe, gentle, effective and natural healing by Paul Edward Lewis, M.S.O.M.
New Jersey Audubon’s Cape May Bird Observatory (CMBO) celebrates its 42nd anniversary during the 2018 Cape May Fall Festival Oct. 18-21, which is the 72nd consecutive event of its kind held by New Jersey Audubon.
The Museum of Cape May County is pleased to announce that students from Stockton University who are participating in an ongoing project that researches locally appropriate Native American artifacts received a $1,000 award from the Adjunct Faculty Opportunity Fund by the Research and Professional Development Committee at Stockton.
All who appreciate the benefits of Boy Scouts of America programs are invited to support scouting in Cape May County at the 13th Annual Distinguished Citizens Reception which will be held on Tuesday, Oct. 23 at the Wildwoods Convention Center.
Christine Peck of Cape May Court House is the Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts & Humanities (MAC) Volunteer of the Month for October 2018.
Cape May County Chamber of Commerce Chairwoman Maura McMahon Primus announced that the following officers have been elected for the Cape May County Chamber of Commerce.
The smiles on the faces of ShopRite of Rio Grande customers were brighter than usual on Wednesday, Sept. 19 as local community leaders and dignitaries bagged groceries at checkout for ShopRite’s ‘Help Bag Hunger’ day, an annual event that encourages donations to ShopRite Partners In Caring’s fight against hunger.
A check for $1,000 was presented to Cheryl Spaulding (center), Program Director for Concerned Citizens of Whitesboro, by Avalon Lions first Vice President Sue White and second Vice President Jamie McDermott.
At their monthly meeting, the Avalon Lions Club hosted Pastor Charles Harrah (Pastor Charlie) for an informative talk about the opioid addiction problem in Cape May County.
At Cape Hope Cares' monthly meeting Sept. 18 at Cold Springs Presbyterian Church, a representative from Avalon Manor Improvement Assoc. presented a donation in the amount of $1,900 to the board members of Cape Hope. Proceeds came from the second annual “Pancake Breakfast for Hope.”
The Township of Middle, in its quest to recognize local businesses for their support and dedication, has chosen the Rio Grande Shoprite to be the August Business of the Month.
The Avalon Lions Club presented a $5,000 check to Family Promise of Cape May County during a golf tournament held at the Union League National Golf Club to help the organization find and place families in housing.
Active Day of Cape May County, a day program for anyone age 18 and over with a medical need, is celebrating "Active Day Services Week" from Sept. 17-22.
The Cape May County Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce that a new event titled “Lodging & Attractions Packaging Event” will be held on Oct. 10, 2018 at The Shore Club in Cape May Court House starting at 10 a.m.
OceanFirst Bank and OceanFirst Foundation continued their annual support of Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) for Children of Atlantic and Cape May Counties with a $5,000 check.
Vicki Clark, Cape May County Chamber of Commerce president and Women of Wonder Award recipient, will be recognized at the Avalon Links on Thursday, Nov. 8.
Attendees of AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center's (ARMC) Eighth Annual Regional Neurosciences Conference and State-of-the-Art Stroke Summit learned about detecting and treating brain bleeds, brain cancer and spinal cord injuries; growing personally and professionally as a caregiver; and more.
The Board of Directors at Naval Air Station Wildwood (NASW) Aviation Museum would like to thank volunteer John (Jay) Goheen for all of his help through the years.
It’s hard to complain about too much of a good thing. Donated furniture, fixtures, appliances, building materials and home décor are the fuel of a Habitat ReStore, generating revenue that helps Habitat build more homes right here in Cape May County.