Across the nation open positions are at record highs. Employment has definitely picked up, but not at a pace required by many businesses. The return to normal has been anything but in terms of the labor market.

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I went “hiking” on the “nature” trails by the lighthouse in Cape May Point. I can’t remember the last time I was so very disappointed.  

On Monday, May 24, 2021, Gary Playford, an apparent official code enforcement officer for Lower Township visited the home of County Commission candidate Joseph Saeger.  

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There’s no question that S. Jersey is unquestionably Republican.

Being a pastor is not easy on the heart, which is maybe why I had heart attack and mini-stroke while following my Savior’s call. 

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Elimination of patent rights and Intellectual Protection (IP) for vaccines and medications that are given to Pharmaceutical companies and other developers of these essential health products completely destroys the reason to produce them.  

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Two lane highways linking Cape May County with Gloucester/Cumberland/Salem Counties need upgrading. Delay in summer months and accidents, some fatal, are too frequent. 

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I have enjoyed and learned from your articles on the effects of climate change on CMC and looking forward to future additions. 

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"Mankind", in this and past centuries, has excelled in the "Sciences", Technology, Medicine and the "Arts". Too bad it didn't work on itself.  

In this day and age, it’s difficult to understand how to go about organizing a community help program that's open to all.

My move to Cape May County happened 24 years ago, in summer 1997, and for me, it was also my return home to the Garden State.  

The house will vote soon on whether to strip Wyoming Republican Representative Liz Cheney of an important post because of her posture on Trump.  

The schools are teaching Critical Race Theory (CRT) which teaches that all members of "minoritized" racial groups are victims of a system rigged against them.

In 1908, Miss Anna Jarvis, of Philadelphia, observed the first Mother’s Day, in memory of her's.  

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Now that our national pastime is in full “swing” and we are finally starting to flatten the “curve” on Covid, it is about time to enjoy a patriotic feel-good story. 

I said that I used to love watching NBC’s Sunday Night Movie Mysteries. It stirred something within me that made me revisit one of the series' rotating shows. 

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I am cautiously optimistic with Joe Molineaux, as the county’s new economic development coordinator. He has the goods.  

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Last month, I submitted what I had intended to be my last letter to this paper. I had come to a point where I felt there was no longer any point in voicing an opinion.  

Thirty years ago, Al Gore predicted that if we failed to take immediate action to curb global warming, sea levels would rise high enough to cause an "inundation of major areas of coastal cities, such as Miami, New York, and Los Angeles."  

Ever wonder why so many blatant and unavoidable “social issue” arguments happen these days?  

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Our country is in a bit of a mess right now. Our government appears to be moving us into an unending hole financially. 

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If you have ever found yourself wondering who you would call to help an unfortunate skunk to dislodge a plastic cup, stuck hopelessly over its head, you can relax and wonder no more

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The voters of New Jersey turned out at the polls; many sent their ballots through the mail. Millions of New Jersey citizens performed their civic duty to make their voices heard and the outcome resulted in marijuana legalization for the state. 

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As a member of a long-term care facility team, who has fought for over a year to keep our residents safe, I am beginning to see frustration and anger towards myself and my co-workers.