To kick off the fall season, Cape May Stage presents The Taming by Lauren Gunderson, a political satire that is a refreshing antidote to today’s political climate and non-stop squabbling. The Taming runs Sept. 25 through Nov. 1, Wednesday to Saturday at 7:30 p.m.
- Plans Unveiled for County Commons in Rio Grande
- Wrecking Ball Missed 1729 House
- Indictments Filed Oct. 8
- Hotel Protests Continue
- North Wildwood Police Department Activity, Arrest Summary for Sept. 1-15, 2019
- Lower Township Police Weekly Activity, Adult Arrests Sept. 16-22, 2019
- Indictments Filed Oct. 2
- Coastal Flood Warning Issued
- Lower Township Police Weekly Activity, Adult Arrests Sept. 9-15, 2019
- Lower Township Police Weekly Activity, Adult Arrests Sept. 23-29, 2019
- Avalon - The USA is near the top of the world in education spending. We spend over 250k per student k-12. What kind of person goes to school for 12 years and has no skills? The American Dream is not to work...
- Cape May Court House - I see the filthy, dirty playbook of National politics has reared it's ugly head in our local elections. Doesn't matter if it's true or not, once it's heard the damage is done,...
- Court House - I think it's great that a "Family Center" is going into the old Kmart/Rick's shopping center!!! When I was a kid that area was always great to go and hang out, especially in the...
- Court House - Middle Township Elementary #1, you have a number of trees in front of the building with large dead branches waiting to fall. Please let's not wait until something or someone gets hit by a...
- Court House - Not sure of who would be responsible for this issue, on the corner of Hand Avenue and Route 9 there is a telephone pole full of staples and nails used to hold posters of all sorts. With exposed...