Is a 90-day moratorium on offshore wind farm ocean surveying unreasonable? Given the recent spate of marine mammal deaths and beachings, Cape May County's Board of County Commissioners doesn't think so.
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Upper Township Committee passed the 2023 municipal budget, which includes a 2.8-cent tax rate increase.
As many in Cape May County express concern over the speed with which the offshore wind initiative is moving, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) March 29 released its strategic report meant to support an expansion and acceleration of offshore wind efforts.
The World of Birds Aviary will be closing its doors and plans are underway to decommission the building and bring exciting new changes to the Zoo.
At the March 28 Sea Isle City Council meeting, two ordinances were adopted that are intended to give police more latitude in dealing with rowdy juvenile behavior.
A judge ordered Jerry Rosado, accused by the state in the rape of Susan Negersmith, a tourist found dead in Wildwood over Memorial Day weekend in 1990, released from the state’s custody March 30.
Ralph Boerner, a retired professor of ecology from Ohio State University, gave the latest lecture in the free “Harborside Chats” series at the Nature Center of Cape May, March 23, where he stressed the fragility of barrier islands like the Wildwoods and Seven Mile Island.
A new culinary program at the county’s community college is giving young chefs a chance to one day become restaurateurs, chefs, line cooks, and food truck owners.
The historic famed Wildwood boardwalk is set to reopen for the summer 2023 season on or by April 3, 2023.
A Cape May County grand jury handed up 18 indictments March 28.
An appellate court tossed a sexual assault case prosecutors brought last spring against a man they said raped a young female tourist in Wildwood in 1990.
Wildwood Crest Police Department has two new four-legged officers, “Quest” and “Flex.”
A Superior Court judge denied a petition for post-conviction relief submitted by the woman sent to prison for supplying the drugs that killed Cape May County Sheriff Robert Nolan’s son in July 2018.
Beginning on Monday April 3, a utility contractor will be installing a water main along Court House South Dennis Road (CR 657) from College Drive north for about 3000lf.
Today (March 27), the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission (NJMVC) announced that it is implementing legislation signed into law by Governor Phil Murphy in November 2021 to offer an electronic proof of vehicle registration that can be used or displayed by New Jersey motorists.
A full slate of candidates should be on the ballot for the 2023 general election Nov. 7 as both the Cape May County Democratic and Republican committees have met and endorsed candidates for county and state office.
A Superior Court judge ruled March 27 that he does not have jurisdiction to settle a disagreement between North Wildwood and the Department of Environmental Protection over whether a bulkhead extension is necessary to protect the city from the ocean.
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During the month of January 2023 the members of the Middle Township Police Department responded to or initiated (3328) calls for service, averaging (107) per day.
Stone Harbor Council held a special meeting March 22, at which Public Works Director and Interim Administrator Manny Parada provided the public with details on a flood mitigation pilot project that's about to be implemented in the borough.
The Board of Commissioners answered some questions from the public before passing an ordinance prohibiting people from locking bikes, beach chairs, and other objects to public property March 22.
Avalon Business Administrator Scott Wahl updated Borough Council on some proposed changes to the trash and recycling regulations as the borough and its trash collection vendor, Pinelands Recycling, prepare for the rollout of a new cart program.
Leonard Desiderio is a storyteller. He ad-libs a tale, often with some level of humor, before turning to his formal remarks. That was the case at the Deauville Inn, the site of the Cape May County Chamber of Commerce membership meeting March 23.
At its meeting March 21, Cape May City Council approved a resolution allowing the city to invest funds in the New Jersey Asset & Rebate Management Program (ARM).
As Avalon and Stone Harbor eagerly await the start of a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers beach replenishment project, Avalon Council heard March 22 that a “slight delay” in the schedule may move the start date to mid-April.