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.
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.
NJ AMVETS Post 911 and American Legion Post 352 hosted a Thanksgiving dinner for 44 Coast Guard Recruits from Cape May Training Center.
Frank Dachowski, 74, loves model trains, always has, always will. That love of miniature locomotives and railroad cars of all sorts is set into full motion for Christmas.
The Greater Wildwood Fraternal Elks Lodge No. 1896 recently sponsored its fifth annual holiday window decorating contest for students and art teachers from four schools located in the Wildwoods: Wildwood Middle School, Margaret Mace, Cape Trinity Catholic and Crest Memorial.
So many ChristmasesSharing the spark of their essence,Flowing downThrough the annals of time,Reaching this momentWith their fond caress,Adding their shapes and soundsTo this day of celebration,Bringing a heart backTo the best and worst,The simple and extreme,The taken-for-granted good timesT…
My story begins in 1853 when my ancestors emigrated from Germany to the United States and settled in Fieldsboro, N.J. This was my great, great grandfather and his wife and their young son, 13 years old, my great-grandfather.
The late November day was gloomy, gray and cold as we crossed the causeway to Sea Isle City every inch of the car bursting with the last items from our move from Delaware to our summer home on 72nd Street.
Today I heard my first seasonal Christmas carol on my FM radio Even though it’s mid-November, I felt a pang of joy and an inner glow I am so grateful to believe that there is a Christ with whom I share my life And having a wonderful family, both near and far, and an ever-loving wife!
I think we all can recall a moment when we are brought back to memories of a different time; when our senses of hearing, sight and even smell have transformed us, taking us back to an experience in history. When that happens to me, I am so grateful and so astonished to be a part of this time travel.
Mayor William Pikolycky congratulates the trophy winners from Woodbine’s Dec. 8, 2017, annual holiday parade and thanks all of the participants and those who made the parade possible.
Motorists are advised to avoid this area for the duration of the parade, if they are not participating in it or traveling to the area to enjoy the festivities.
Cape May County Library “Ring in the Holiday Season,” performed by the Joyful Bell Ringers of First Presbyterian Church, will be at the Woodbine Branch Dec. 9 from 11 to 11:30 a.m., the day after Woodbine’s annual Christmas parade.
Please join with the Borough of Woodbine in celebrating the upcoming holiday season when on Fri., Dec. 8, the Borough hosts its annual holiday parade, sponsored by the Woodbine Volunteer Fire Company.
While most homeowners may wait until after Thanksgiving before decorating their homes for the Christmas holidays, the local departments of public works have been decorating for the past couple of weeks.
Yes, there is a Santa Claus — and the U.S. Postal Service can help you prove it when Santa replies to your child’s letter, complete with a North Pole postmark.