Michelle Chinneck hates the rain. That’s because she, her husband, and four children, who lost their home to fire in July, are still looking for help with tarps for the roof and removal of fiberglass and drywall inside their damaged garage and house.
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The Soroptimists of Cape May County hosted its first Soropti-smash Pickleball Tournament, at the Wildwood Crest Pickleball Courts.
Regan Capone, 10, of Sea Isle City, has learned to “do the right thing.”
The Jewish Family Service of Atlantic & Cape May Counties (JFS) ‘Soup’er Bowl fundraiser scored the highest total of the ‘big game’ collec…
Dennis Township Middle School's sixth grade Camp Mason trip fundraiser at McDonald's, in Court House, raised $1211. The group thanked owners Rita and Jim Burlaga for donating $1,100, from the night's sales, and all who came out to support sixth graders. This will be the second year for the sixth grade to spend three days and two nights at Camp Mason.
Sponsors, and more than 160 guests, raised more than $30,000 for Cape Assist, Cape May County's leading nonprofit organization providing prevention and treatment to those impacted by substance abuse.
The youth of the Light House Church has raised thousands of dollars in support of causes around the world.
Second-grader Adeline Yerk has lots of friends. Some of those friends and classmates are in foster care and want a forever family, a place to call home and a sense of permanency.
Staff at the Cape May County Special Services School District took part in the 2017 Jeans for Troops fundraising drive benefiting GI Go Fund, an nonprofit organization that helps veterans returning home find employment.