Edward Weber was recognized by the Cape May County Board of Chosen Freeholders in honor of his service to the country, not to mention his longevity that included life as a family man and television repairman who made house calls in Philadelphia in the days when televisions were repaired.
For the past four years, [Laura] Long has worked at the pharmacy in Wildwood, doing what she said she joined the Navy and ultimately went to pharmacy school to do: help people.
Loyola University Maryland has announced the members of its fall 2017 Dean's List. In order to qualify for the Dean's List at Loyola, a student must achieve a minimum GPA of at least 3.500 for the term, provided that, in the term they have successfully completed courses totaling a minimum of…
Little did Charles Taylor know as he stood at the line preparing to bowl the first frame at a Woodbine bowling alley Dec. 14, that this night was going to be the night that he bowled a perfect game.
Brought to the Wildwoods in the summer of 1948; Lewis Ostrander told the Herald "All I know is Wildwood," though years of dedication to safety reflect a well-rounded career in public service.
When Mary Jane Lowry was just weeks old, she spent her first summer at the Jersey Shore. Now 79, the North Philadelphia native has kept alive the tradition of vacationing in Wildwood with her family, children, and grandchildren each summer.
They are 52 years apart in age, but Mae Cecilia Bischoff, 16, and Victor Kravitski, 68, came closer in their goals recently when they jointly contributed to the history of blood donations and to the recruitment of other donors for the American Red Cross in Cape May County.
Every swish of the net, crack of the bat and tackle on the field Jack Buchanan, 85, of Wildwood Crest knew as he coached for the Wildwood Crest Recreation Department.
Two residents at Brookdale Cape May Assisted Living Center who will turn 100 years old over the next several weeks credit their strong faith and belief in God as the "secret" for their longevity, something neither one ever expected.
West Cape May Mayor Pamela Kaithern, third from right, joins family members of the late Mayor John A. "Jack" Vasser Jr. June 17 at the renaming and dedication of Green Street as John A. Vasser Jr. Way in his memory.
When he was young, Philip Harrah loved to watch old movies with his three brothers and parents, relishing the actors who were transformed into pretend characters with special effect make-up.
Loaded with portable solar panels, the radio equipment and homemade antennae, the Schlueters, who were visiting family in Cape May, connected with other ham radio operators along a north-south corridor including Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, Wisconsin, Ohio, Minnesota and Ireland during a sunny afternoon at the beach.
Held at Beth Judah Temple, an "evening of music and memory" unfolded before synagogue congregants, Wildwood residents, and guests.
The 47th annual New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival will feature a local connection this year, as 31-year-old Green Creek native and saxophonist Kyle Cripps, along with his band One Love Brass Band, will perform the first day of the festival on Friday, April 28.
On a chilly evening in West Wildwood, Montes shared some of his experiences and accomplishments as a police officer who uses his native language, Spanish, as a way to help "ease tension" between residents and law enforcement.
"I love my trains, and I love the Phillies." That's what Francis "Frank" Dachowski, 73, said many times in his apartment Feb. 1 as he pointed to his vast display of HO-scale trains.