There will be road construction in the area of Rio Grande/Park Blvd. Oct. 23.
U.S. Rep. Jeff Van Drew (D-2nd) introduced the bipartisan Protect Our Elections Act, a bill that would prohibit foreign ownership or control of the election systems.
Cape May County’s only power plant was decommissioned May 1. Perched on the edge of the Great Egg Harbor Bay, the towering smokestack and cooling tower of B.L. England remain the first glimpse of the county for many drivers heading south on the Garden State Parkway, but the turbines are cold.
The U.S. Department of Transportation’s (USDOT) National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) Oct. 22 released highway crash fatality data for 2018, showing a 2.4% decline in overall fatalities, the second consecutive year of reduced crash fatalities.
A public information forum was held at the Cape May City Elementary School Gymnasium Oct. 17 for the upcoming Cape May Bikeway Expansion project from Coast Guard Training Center Cape May (TRACEN), on Pennsylvania Avenue, to Madison and Lafayette streets.
Military life for Ronald J. “Rocky” Gannon began during his junior year in high school when he enlisted in the Army Air Corps at age 17.
Cape May County Freeholders Gerald Thornton, E. Marie Hayes, and the Cape May County Freeholder Board have made Fare-Free Transportation services in Cape May County a priority.
While never regarded as terribly effective during his time in the state Assembly, Bob Andrzejczak was always considered a nice guy. No more.
Freeholder Jerry Thornton’s attack against fellow Freeholder E. Marie Hayes has created a scenario where Hayes has become the only Cape May County freeholder in history to be sanctioned.
Cape May hotels and bed-and-breakfast inns (B&B) may soon be able to legally reuse beach tags for a series of guests, and those tags may be branded with the establishment’s logo.
Adam Szyfman attributes being in the "right place at the right time" when he found a new site for his young family and decided the house sitting on the property was "in such beautiful shape" that he didn't want it to go to waste.
Fire and rescue personnel from throughout Cape May County will participate in two days of training at Playland’s Castaway Cove (on the Ocean City boardwalk between 10th and 11th streets) Oct. 21-22, 2019
Stone Harbor Borough Council Oct. 15 heard capital budget projections for almost $6 million over five years for beach replenishment, back bay dredging, and flood mitigation efforts.
Upper Township Engineer Paul Dietrich informed Upper Township Committee Oct. 15 that the improvements for Hope Corson Road in Seaville, which connects Routes 9 and 50, are slated to begin, and will "come to fruition" after a six to eight-week construction period.
Clint Bunting, the managing partner of a development group that restored the Harbor Square Theater in Stone Harbor, wants to revive Cape May’s historic Beach Theatre.
At a special meeting of Stone Harbor Borough Council Oct. 10, Stone Harbor’s governing body decided not to participate in a program that would've taken sand from the dunes to replenish beaches.
At the Upper Township Committee meeting Oct. 15, Scott McKenna, from National Weather Service (NWS) Mount Holly office, recognized the municipality for its storm readiness preparations.
Warmer-than-average temperatures are forecast for much of the nation this winter, including the mid-Atlantic states, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) Climate Prediction Center.
During the week of Sept. 16-22, 2019 the Middle Township Police Department responded to or initiated 996 calls for service. During the week a total of 11 adults were arrested for various offenses.
During National Lead Prevention Week (Oct. 20-26), the New Jersey Department of Health is joining county and local health departments throughout the state to help increase awareness of all lead hazards, educate residents about what they can do to prevent exposure, and encourage parents to have their children tested.
Due to ongoing pipe construction, the intersection of Amhurst Road and Roseann Avenue remains closed and will remain closed during the week of Oct. 21-25, 2019.
Cape May has joined the expanding number of communities who are seeking to rid themselves of single-use plastic bags and products, as an environmental and economic priority.
At the Oct. 15 Upper Township Committee meeting, committee voted to rescind an ordinance to approve the transfer of two lots on East Pacific Avenue, owned by the municipality, to Habitat for Humanity for affordable housing construction.
A petition to stop the location of the proposed pump station and "massive" generator next to North Wildwood's seawall has gathered over 3,400 signatures, and while the mayor "understands people's concerns, a lot of time and thought" went into the decision to correct "a public safety issue."
Officers from the Lower Township Police Department responded to a call in the 100 block of Evergreen Avenue Oct. 14, at about 5 a.m., for a subject that had sustained a knife wound.
The Lower Township Police Department and Lower Township Healthy Youth Coalition will be participating in National Prescription Drug Take Back Day Oct. 26.
Lower Township police responded to a reported burglary of a vehicle on East Virginia Avenue in Villas, Oct. 16, at around 11:25 p.m.
Attorney General Gurbir S. Grewal announced Oct. 17 that Johnson & Johnson will pay the state more than $3 million as part of a multi-state settlement that resolves allegations Johnson & Johnson misrepresented the safety and effectiveness of a surgical mesh product marketed by its subsidiary, Ethicon, Inc.
After reading one of Mike Testa's fraudulent mailers aloud for the room to hear, a constituent at a Tuesday night candidate forum blasted Senate candidate Mike Testa in disbelief.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) is issuing a public health alert for raw non-intact beef products derived from imported beef from Ontario, Canada that has been recalled by Ryding-Regency Meat Packers, Ltd. because it may be contaminated with E. coli.
The Sea Isle City Police Department and the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration will give the public its 18th opportunity in nine years Oct. 26, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., to prevent pill abuse and theft by ridding their homes of potentially dangerous, expired, unused and unwanted prescription drugs.
According to a release, on Oct. 16, more than 100 faith leaders sent an open letter to state legislative leaders and Gov. Murphy urging immediate action on legislation to expand access to driver’s licenses in New Jersey.
Attorney General Gurbir S. Grewal Oct. 15 joined a multi-state legal challenge to a Trump administration rule that prevents asylum-seekers from applying for humanitarian protection in the United States unless they have already sought asylum in a country they traveled through on their way to the U.S.