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Seventeen Middle Township High School seniors have applied for graduation at Atlantic Cape Community College this spring.
The Cape May County Division of Aging and Disability Services operates four countywide senior centers located in Lower Cape, North Wildwood, Ocean City and Upper Township, with a daily pre-Covid total average of 100-150 participants.
In the wake of COVID-19, loneliness and separation from family and friends became the “new normal” for too many.
Cape May County Family and Community Health Sciences (FCHS) Health Educator/Assistant Professor Chris Zellers announced that Rutgers Cooperative Extension FCHS is providing educational information for seniors in Cape May County and throughout the state with a new webinar series.
Gov. Phil Murphy Aug. 12 signed legislation (S362 and A2456) to further strengthen New Jersey Transit's paratransit services for individuals with disabilities.
To ensure seniors with high medical costs who participate in the New Jersey Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) receive appropriate benefits, legislation to establish a standard medical expense dedication was approved Aug. 10 by the Assembly Human Services Committee.