The Fishing Line
Oct. 1 will be in the final chance for residents with dogs in Lower Township to license before possible summons will be issued by animal control officers.
OceanFirst Foundation continued to take the show on the road making Ocean City its second stop on July 11 while presenting $12,000 in grants to the Friends of Ocean City Pops ($5,000), the Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts & Humanities ($4,000) and the ill FoundationSouth Jersey Cancer Fu…
The first of 24 live music shows is set as the 2018 Wildwood Crest Summer Music Series kicks off with Fuse Box performing classic and progressive rock hits.
The state Department of Environmental Protection is asking motorists to drive with caution this summer because New Jersey’s turtles are active and moving across roadways to find places to lay eggs.
It was as if John Philip Sousa, Leonard Bernstein, and Richard Wagner converged on Lower Cape May Regional High School for a musical evening June 8.
Lower Township Council announced that dogs, other than service animals, are restricted from township beaches during the hours of 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., beginning the Friday prior to Memorial Day and continuing until the Monday of the Labor Day holiday weekend.
The long-anticipated start of the summer season at the Jersey Shore will once again be celebrated with the first of 24 free outdoor concerts hosted by the Borough of Wildwood Crest.
The Strathmere Fishing and Environmental Club (SFEC) will try to protect traveling terrapins when it launches its new sign, complete with a movable turtle, April 28, at 10 a.m., at the southern end of Strathmere, heading toward Sea Isle City.
The John Forsythe house is the 10th “Designer Show House” through which the Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts and Humanities, Inc. (MAC) has led tours since 2005.
The Cape May County 4-H Youth Development Program congratulates the winners of its 2018 4-H Equestrian of the Year Contest.
The City of Cape May, in partnership with the Chamber of Commerce of Greater Cape May and the Small Businesses of the Washington Street Mall, is proud to announce this year’s winners in the annual Cape May Easter Fashion Stroll.
Representing the "perfect Irish-American woman," Dolly McGee presided as grand marshal at the city's 2018 St. Patrick's Day parade March 17.
During the NCAA men’s basketball tournament, TCC Gives is encouraging college basketball fans nationwide to participate in TCC Gives Bracket Challenge for Good by submitting their NCAA brackets online at http://tcc.io/tccgivesbracket.
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.
Mayor Patrick Rosenello announced that the Grand Marshal for this year’s St. Patrick’s Day parade will be Dolly McGee, a longtime supporter and past resident of North Wildwood.
Due to anticipated inclement weather, the George Street Playhouse's production of "Austin the Unstoppable," originally scheduled for March 7, will be postponed until March 13 at 10 a.m.
The Olde Cape Lighthouse #1212 Chapter of Questers International supported the restoration of two paintings that were owned by the Physick family and original to the 1879 Emlen Physick House Museum, 1048 Washington St., Cape May, which is reputed to be the finest example of Victorian Stick Style architecture in the country.
The exhibit gives all artists throughout the County, at all ages and all skill levels, an opportunity to exhibit their work in a professional setting and to compete for cash prizes.
The Giant Schnauzer "Ty," of Ocean City, handled by Katie Bernardin for owners Sandra Nordstrom, Carol Mann and Maryann Bisceglia, won the Working Group under Judge Robert Slay at the 142nd Annual Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show in New York City.
At the Middle Township PAC, the New Jersey Theatre Alliance will present George Street Playhouse’s production of Austin the Unstoppable March 7, 2018, at 10:00 a.m.