On Dec. 16 Cape May business leader Robert Mullock and his son Zack held a formal lease-signing ceremony at Macedonia Baptist Church. The lease will allow the Mullocks to renovate The Howell House. Their plan is to turn the building into a museum for Harriet Tubman who helped lead the struggle against slavery.

On almost any given evening, visitors to a bayside beach here might hear the sounds of a conch shell being blown, as Kevin Vrieze offers blessings and thanks for the day.

Many residents and guests attended National Lighthouse Day Aug. 7 at Hereford Inlet Lighthouse in North Wildwood.

The Nathaniel Foster house on Bayshore Road has a story to tell. The history of lower Cape May County may be preserved because this nearly 300-year-old house was recently saved from destruction through the efforts of Cape May County and Lower Township.

The Performing Arts Center (PAC) of Middle Township will open its busy spring season of varied cultural programming over the weekend of April 6-8 with a series of regional dance competitions.

In honor of Presidents Day, the Museum of Cape May County is hosting an exhibit, “Hail to the Chiefs!” that highlights more than 15 of our nation’s leaders.

The Museum of Cape May County, in conjunction with the Cape May County Civil War Roundtable, will host a lecture Oct. 19 that will bring to life one of the Civil War’s most colorful characters, Rose O’Neal Greenhow.

“As our official Historian, Larry has a wealth of background information on the history of Woodbine that we are proud to have him share at our local County Library Branch here in Woodbine,” added Mayor Pikolycky. 

Young women ages 17-23 who live, work or attend school in Cape May or Atlantic County are eligible to participate in this chance to win scholarship money, prizes and the opportunity to compete for the title of Miss New Jersey!

A noted Civil War historian and author will lecture at the Museum of Cape May County, highlighting the details of the defense of the Cemetery Ridge stone wall during the Battle of Gettysburg.

Rona Craig, 77, died June 26. She was the matron of the Craig family which owns and operates The Washington Inn, Lucky Bones, Cape May Winery, The Pelican Club, The Old Grange and Love the Cook.

Treasures from shipwrecks off the coast of Cape May County were unveiled June 30 when five master divers shared artifacts in an exhibit presented by the Cape May Maritime Museum & Education Center at the Museum of Cape May County, 504 Route 9 North.