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September Marks a New Beginning for 4-H Programs in Cape May County

COURT HOUSE - Cape May County 4-H is excited about another year of fun, friends and learning. The new 4-H year kicked off Sept. 1 and 4-H clubs are reorganizing and enrolling new members. Youth, who are in Kindergarten through Grade 13 (one year out of high school) can join a 4-H club. 4-H participa

CAPE MAY COUNTY HERALD - 2017-09-20 04:28:00

Cape May events aim to explain signs of drug, alcohol use among children

Drug prevention and education organizations in Cape May County want parents, guardians and family members to be able to recognize substance abuse and addiction in their children. Cape Assist, with the help of several community coalitions, agencies and alliances, will hold two free presentations this

ATLANTIC CITY PRESS - 2017-09-20 21:26:00

Marking 10 years of storm resiliency at South Cape May Meadows

CAPE MAY - When Hurricane Sandy hit in October 2012, a renovated South Cape May Meadows absorbed the storm's rain and held it in its restored freshwater wetlands, protecting nearby homes on Sunset Boulevard. And the rebuilt dunes on its ocean side held back the saltwater storm surge, keeping the Mea

SHORE NEWS TODAY - 2017-09-18 22:00:00

Atlantic, Cape May County roads and services closed due to flooding from Hurricane Jose

Senior Centers in North Wildwood and Ocean City are also closed, Wieland said. Other Fare Free transportation services and Meals on Wheels will remain on regular schedule, Wieland said. All other county government services will be open during regular hours. In Atlantic County, officials anticipate s

ATLANTIC CITY PRESS - 2017-09-19 14:02:00

Wildwood 3, Cape May County Tech 0

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ATLANTIC CITY PRESS - 2017-09-18 20:00:00

Cape May County cancellations due to Hurricane Jose

Few were willing to brave the beach at Ocean City on Monday afternoon with gray skies, wind, and misty rain making its way through the island. Tropical Storm Jose is on its way up the east coast and is expected to bring rain, wind and flooding to the Jersey Shore.ERIN GRUGAN / Staff Photographer CAP

SHORE NEWS TODAY - 2017-09-18 21:13:00

Ventnor Boardwalk to Host Community Walk to Fight Suicide

VENTNOR - Suicide is the tenth leading cause of death in the United States, yet suicide is preventable. More than 150 people from throughout Atlantic and Cape May Counties are expected to participate in the annual Atlantic-Cape Out of the Darkness Community Walk at 9:00 a.m., Sept. 30 at the Ventnor

CAPE MAY COUNTY HERALD - 2017-09-21 04:44:00

Run for the Fallen Begins Today, Honors Military Killed in Action

Those were the words of a Gold Star mother who continues to struggle with the loss of her son, Army Ranger Sgt. Ronald Kubik. He was killed in action during a firefight with Islamic extremists in Afghanistan in 2010. The "New Jersey Run for the Fallen" organization recognizes the sacrifices made by

CAPE MAY COUNTY HERALD - 2017-09-20 15:42:00

A Candidate Middle Twp. Deserves

To the Editor: I first met Tim Donohue six years ago during his first campaign. At the time, I was a 19-year-old fresh out of my first year of college, looking to get involved in politics. I was introduced quickly to the Republican Party and in turn, the Middle Township Republican Committee where I

CAPE MAY COUNTY HERALD - 2017-09-20 13:47:00

5 adult-friendly things to do at the Margate Fall FunFest

Friday marks the first official day of fall, and the unofficial start to festival season. And what better way to begin season than with a festival right in our own backyard - Margate Fall FunFest By the Bay? You read about the family-friendly activities. Well, here are five more adult-friendly thing

ATLANTIC CITY PRESS - 2017-09-20 16:26:00

Three consecutive Oktoberfest weekends put a wrap on another season of amusement-park fun at Morey's Piers in Wildwood

The Benderz, a Philly-based five-piece rock band, left, were part of last year's inaugural festivities, and will open and close the nightly live-music scene at Morey's Piers Oktoberfest this year. The Oompah-Delics, below, are a strolling, five-piece Oktoberfest band that will perform daily all thre

ATLANTIC CITY PRESS - 2017-09-20 12:59:00

Middle Township planning upgrades to Clarence Davies Sports Complex

MIDDLE TOWNSHIP - Local officials are planning an overhaul of the Clarence-Davies Sports Complex on Goshen Road that they hope will bring in more revenue and tournaments during the summer season. The overhaul, which will include turf fields and a resurfaced basketball floor, was part of the township

ATLANTIC CITY PRESS - 2017-09-20 21:36:00

Crest Pier Recreation Center to Close for Maintenance

WILDWOOD CREST - The Wildwood Crest Pier Recreation Center will close for maintenance from Sept. 25, through Oct. 6. Maintenance includes a complete refurbishment of the gymnasium floor. All other Wildwood Crest Recreation facilities, including the Joseph Von Savage Memorial Pool and Scoop Taylor Pa

CAPE MAY COUNTY HERALD - 2017-09-20 04:11:00

Wildwoods Host 10th Annual Seafood & Music Festival, Oct. 7

WILDWOOD -The Greater Wildwood Chamber of Commerce presents the 10th Annual Seafood and Music Festival Oct. 7 from 11 a.m. - 8 p.m. featuring a full day of eating, dancing and all-out fun. The Seafood and Music Festival will take place along Atlantic Avenue between Wildwood and Schellenger Avenues i

CAPE MAY COUNTY HERALD - 2017-09-20 03:58:00

Family goes all out for Wildwoods' Irish Fall Festival with a tradition over a decade old

The Wildwoods' annual Irish Fall Festival is by no means a small affair. The "largest Irish festival on the East Coast," it draws in crowds of over 200,000 people, who travel from far and near to enjoy the over 100 vendors. Few, however, look forward to the Irish Festival more than Amy Loughead and

ATLANTIC CITY PRESS - 2017-09-19 18:32:00

Shore Medical Center opens new outpatient rehab facility

Holding the ribbon at the new Shore Outpatient Rehabilitation Center in Somers Point are Ellen McDonnell, left, of Longport; Janice Davis, of Cape May; Robin Keyack, assistant vice president of surgical services and imaging; Jennifer S. Pesce, director of rehabilitation; Christina Kozmore, director

SHORE NEWS TODAY - 2017-09-20 02:23:00

CVAC to Host Second Annual Recognition and Brunch

COURT HOUSE - The Citizens Veterans Advisory Committee, more commonly known as CVAC, is hosting its second annual recognition brunch Sept. 28 at 11 a.m. at the Cape May Lewes Ferry Terminal. This year's Honorees include Mark Kulkowitz, Owner of the Mad Batter Restaurant; Mark Taylor, formerly the D

CAPE MAY COUNTY HERALD - 2017-09-20 04:08:00

S. Dennis Firm Wins Bridge Railing Contract

CREST HAVEN - Time and salt water have taken their toll on the railings of Townsend's Inlet Bridge linking Avalon and Sea Isle City. For that reason, freeholders approved a contract Sept. 12 for $2.7 million to Thomas Barry Marine Construction of South Dennis. According to the resolution awarding th

CAPE MAY COUNTY HERALD - 2017-09-19 13:40:00

Hidden Sands, latest brewery in Atlantic County, set for big start this fall

EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP - On a weekend afternoon, one of the principals of Atlantic County's newest brewery met with a reporter, while two others walked a group from Fulton Bank of New Jersey through the operation. Standing in what will become the main tasting room of Hidden Sands Brewing Co., John Cipr

SHORE NEWS TODAY - 2017-09-19 20:00:00

With flounder season over, snapper blues find a place on the table

Ray Scott Bonar and Liz McClellan of Margate, and McClellans brother Tom and friend Yvonne from Southern California cleaned up on tautog and blue claws. Carson Latham, 14, of Bordentown, advantage of the last days of flounder season a couple of weeks back and landed an 18-inch flounder in the back b

SHORE NEWS TODAY - 2017-09-18 18:00:00