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2018 Christmas Tree Lightings in Cape May County

Light up the holidays with these Christmas tree lightings in Cape May County!Cape May – MAC’s Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony

CAPE MAY COUNTY HERALD - 2018-11-13 15:47:59

Cape May’s Parking Woes Scrutinized by Committee

Every summer season parking is particularly problematic in the area of the Washington Street Mall, Rotary Park, and the surrounding streets.

CAPE MAY COUNTY HERALD - 2018-11-13 14:15:00

Wildwood Crest Police Department Monthly Activity and Arrest Report - October 2018

Aggravated assault, criminal mischief, poss. of weapon for unlawful purpose, unlawful poss. of weapon

CAPE MAY COUNTY HERALD - 2018-11-13 14:43:00

Cape May Native Participates in Armistice and Veterans Day Ceremony

PEARL HARBOR, HAWAII - Engineman 1st Class Gregory Muniak, from Cape May, tolled 21 bells during a World War I commemoration ceremony celebrating Armistice and Veterans Day at the Pacific Fleet Boathouse.

CAPE MAY COUNTY HERALD - 2018-11-13 18:04:00

Tint Color Bar Brings Healthy & Happy Hair to Cape May County

Located off of Hand Avenue in Cape May Court House, the new Tint Color Bar welcomes patrons to join its unique and relaxing salon experience! Tint Color Bar specializes in haircuts, color services, waxing, makeup and more, all while maintaining the integrity of your hair. Using Kevin Murphy’s sulfat

CAPE MAY COUNTY HERALD - 2018-11-12 14:00:00

Cape May County Chamber selected for National Program

ALEXANDRIA, Va. — The Cape May County Chamber of Commerce has been selected by the Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives (ACCE) to participate in a national professional development program designed to boost innovative community health initiatives. The Chamber will be represented by Vicki Cl

CAPE MAY COUNTY HERALD - 2018-11-13 20:35:00

A.C. Mayor, Councilman Investigation Moved to Cape May County's Prosecutor's Office

The investigation into a physical dispute that involved Atlantic City Mayor Frank Gilliam and City Councilman Jeffree Fauntleroy at the Golden Nugget in the early morning hours of Sunday, November 11th, is now going to be overseen by the Cape May County's Prosecutor's Office.

SNJTODAY.COM - 2018-11-13 21:43:00

Gilliam, Fauntleroy casino fight investigation transferred to Cape May

Buy NowLt. Gov. Sheila Oliver arrives in Atlantic City at City Hall on Tuesday, Nov. 13, 2018 for a meeting of the Executive Council.DAVID DANZIS Staff Writer

ATLANTIC CITY PRESS - 2018-11-13 16:15:00

Fire Damages N. Cape May Home

NORTH CAPE MAY - Firefighters responded to a structure fire Nov. 10 at about 10:45 a.m. When first responders arrived there were heavy flames on the first floor of the two-story dwelling.

CAPE MAY COUNTY HERALD

Quiet Monday with duo of coastal storms possible for week ahead

This will be a roller-coaster ride of a week. Temperatures will go between seasonable to January-esque. We’ll also tack on one, if not two, coastal storms, with the first arriving Monday night.

ATLANTIC CITY PRESS

Your Morning Kickstart: League of Municipalities in AC, Darby out for Eagles and more

Minor flooding takes over 92nd Street in Stone Harbor on March 20, when another nor’easter brought wintry conditions to South Jersey. Four nor’easters hit New Jersey in March, disrupting daily life, flooding coastal streets and forcing some island residents to find higher ground.

ATLANTIC CITY PRESS - 2018-11-12 21:00:00

Parkway Rollover Crash Injured 1

OCEAN VIEW - According to the Ocean View Volunteer Fire Company,Nov. 10 at 3:14 p.m., Ocean View Fire Company was dispatched to the Garden State Parkway 18.2 southbound for a motor vehicle crash that was reported as a rollover.

CAPE MAY COUNTY HERALD

Delaware Woman Sentenced for Embezzling From Hospital

WILMINGTON, Del. (WBOC/AP)- Authorities say a Delaware woman has been sentenced to prison after pleading guilty to embezzling more than $100,000 from a Lewes hospital.

WBOC - 2018-11-12 12:38:00

New Jersey mayor, councilman involved in 'incident' at casino, prosecutors say

Atlantic City Mayor Frank Gilliam, left, and Atlantic City Councilman Jeffree Fauntleroy II were involved in an 'incident' at a casino.(City of Atlantic City)

FOX NEWS - 2018-11-12 13:52:46

2018 Thanksgiving Dinners in Cape May County

Don’t feel like cooking Thanksgiving dinner this year? Celebrate Thanksgiving at the shore and let someone else do the work for you! Read on to find out where you can enjoy Thanksgiving dinner around Cape May County on Thursday, Nov. 22.

CAPE MAY COUNTY HERALD

Cape May Officers Raise Funds for Two Local Families in No Shave November Challenge

Local Farmers Bring Community Members Together to Honor VeteransLt. Scott Knoedler, law enforcement division, says it's a great way to spread awareness.

SNJTODAY.COM

Assault and harassment complaints signed against Atlantic City mayor, councilman - BreakingAC

Complaints of assault and harassment were signed against two elected Atlantic City leaders early Sunday morning after an alleged altercation at a casino nightclub.But Mayor Frank Gilliam and Councilman Jeffree Fauntleroy insist that there was no assault, and said they were not even aware the complai

BREAKINGAC.COM

Atlantic/Cape May Vicinage Celebrates National Adoption Day

The Cape May County adoption proceedings and celebration will begin at 9 a.m. at the Cape May County Courthouse, 9 N. Main St., Cape May Court House. Adoptions will be conducted by Judges Nancy Ridgway and M. Susan Sheppard.

CAPE MAY COUNTY HERALD

Single Engine Plane Crashes at Cape May County Airport, Pilot Safe

Upon police arrival, the pilot was out of the single-engine aircraft with very minor injuries, according to a release.

CAPE MAY COUNTY HERALD

No video from fatal police shooting in Vineland

Jacob Servais, 19, of Millville, was shot and killed by Cape May County Prosecutor’s Office detective John Caccia on Oct. 18 during an investigation into a violence crime, according to the Attorney General’s Office.

ATLANTIC CITY PRESS