The Cape May County Zoo announced the arrival of "Beverly," a 2-year-old female American bison, who joins the herd consisting of males "Hank," "Velcro" and "Bart" and females "Sandy" and "Buttons."
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At the Sept. 28, 2021 meeting, the Cape May County Open Space Board approved the application presented by the City of Cape May for Phase 1 of the restoration of the historic Allen African Methodist Episcopal (AME) Church, on Franklin Street, in Cape May.
The New Jersey Department of Community Affairs (DCA) designated 20 communities from across the state Oct. 7 to join the Neighborhood Preservation Program (NPP)
The New Jersey Historic Trust, an affiliate of the New Jersey Department of Community Affairs (DCA), Sept. 29 approved $14,305,959 in grant recommendations from the Preserve New Jersey Historic Preservation Fund for 69 preservation planning, heritage tourism, and capital projects to save and promote historic sites throughout the state.
The Cape May Point Taxpayers’ Association (CMPTA) announced the creation of the Cape May Point Heritage Awards April 20.
Freeholders approved a shared services agreement with Upper Township Feb. 25, which will fund the Beesley's Point Park Pedestrian/Bicycle Gateway, not to exceed $1.31 million.
St. Joseph Roman Catholic Church, 4308 Landis Ave., has been a center for Sea Isle City’s Catholic community since the resort began as a tiny fishing village. With a much larger, newer building erected next door, a proposal to raze the old building has divided the close-knit faith community.
On multiple occasions, Stone Harbor Mayor Judith Davies-Dunhour has lamented the unenviable position of being caught in the middle with preserving borough history and character. At the Stone Harbor Borough Council meeting Sept. 3, she reiterated the sentiment.
At its annual Night of Celebration, Preservation New Jersey honored leaders, visionaries, and professionals who have preserved and restored important landmarks and landscapes throughout the state.