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Media Reports on Wildwood Beach Arrest Questioned

To the Editor:The television news media had a field day with the woman on the beach and the video of her and the police having an altercation in Wildwood. We keep hearing about 'fake news'. It really is not fake; it's all about what the media wants to share with the public.Stories are edited for any

CAPE MAY COUNTY HERALD - 2018-06-20 06:15:00

Man accused in April Kauffman killing appears in court

Ed Weinstock, Joseph Mulholland's attorney, has just submitted plea papers to the court clerk in Judge DeLury's courtroom.@ThePressofAC— Molly Bilinski (@ACPressMollyB)June 21, 2018

ATLANTIC CITY PRESS - 2018-06-21 12:45:00

Low-income seniors can receive vouchers to spend at Delaware farmers’ markets - State of Delaware News

DOVER, Del. — A new program will provide fresh fruits, vegetables, herbs, and honey at no cost to low-income Sussex County senior citizens at four farmers’ markets in the Rehoboth Beach/Lewes area. Funding for the program is provided by the Delaware Department of Agriculture and the United States De

DELAWARE.GOV - 2018-06-21 15:45:39

At this N.J. beach bar, you can lap up drinks with your 4-legged best friend

Have you ever wanted to take your best friend to the local watering hole -- your four-legged friend, that is?


Wildwood Crest Again Offers Extensive Outdoor Fitness Class Schedule

Beach Pier Fitness Classes are set to begin June 30 and will run through Aug. 26. Classes are held at 8:30 a.m. each day on the Beach Pier at Heather Road. The Beach Pier Fitness Class schedule for 2018 is as follows: Sunday – Tai Chi; Monday and Friday – Pilates; Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Sa

CAPE MAY COUNTY HERALD - 2018-06-21 15:00:00

The Fishing Line June 20

Well, as has been the case recently, the bad weather, and sometimes just the threat of it, slowed down some of the people who wanted to go fishing. But not all, as we will read about. One constant is that the fluke fishing is getting better as the weeks go by. This applies for both ocean and back ba

CAPE MAY COUNTY HERALD - 2018-06-20 19:52:00

24th annual Italian-American Festival in North Wildwood

The event is free and includes live music throughout the weekend. Street vendors will be set up around the festival selling Italian merchandise, as well as food vendors with a range of Italian and non-Italian food. Some of the other events include games for children, a raffle, the Little Miss Italy

ATLANTIC CITY PRESS - 2018-06-21 15:59:00

Stone Harbor Mayor, Borough Council Recognize Pickleball Ambassadors

STONE HARBOR – Stone Harbor’s passion for pickleball ignited in the spring of 2014 and shows no signs of being labeled “just another trendy sport.” Pickleball is a paddle sport created for all ages and skill levels that is “growing in leaps and bounds,” stated Stone Harbor Pickleball Coordinator Kim

CAPE MAY COUNTY HERALD - 2018-06-21 16:30:00

Carla's pasta disappears from local store shelves

Dear Caren: I haven’t seen it, either, and nowhere on the website for Carla’s pasta, , is there any information on which stores carry it. You could try calling them at 860-436-4042. You also could check with the ShopRite store manager and ask if they can bring it back. I loved Carla’s Sacchetini.

ATLANTIC CITY PRESS - 2018-06-20 12:00:00

Cape May Kicks Off Music in the Park

This year’s lineup has something for everyone, including many new acts. Each concert will offer excellent entertainment in a family-friendly atmosphere. Highlighting our 2018 lineup for Music in the Park is America’s Sweethearts, a throwback to yesteryear with the sounds of the Andrew Sisters, The


Kayakers Find Body in Bay

According to a release, investigation revealed the caller and his friend had been kayaking just prior to the discovery and subsequently removed the decedent from the water onto the beach area. Due to obvious signs of death, no lifesaving measures were attempted.


Thanks, Bruce Allen, for Your Critique

What are we trying to do here at the Herald? We are trying to foster a range of discussions within this community. When we get letters to the editor which challenge us, we welcome them. A great flow of different ideas is what this county needs to address its declining population; an influx of well-r

CAPE MAY COUNTY HERALD - 2018-06-20 06:15:00

Mosquito Spraying Advisory for June 19-21

The Department will use Aqua Reslin, trade name for permethrin, and/or Aqua Anvil / Anvil 10+10, trade names for sumithrin, and/or Duet / Aqua Duet, trade names for prallethrin and sumithrin, and/or Zenivex / Aqua Zenivex, trade names for etofenprox, applied as ultra-low volume aerosols.


CharterTech High School 2018 graduation

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On the Road with Joe goes to Somers Point on Friday

The Assault on Patcong Creek Crabbing Tournament will return for its ninth year this summer. The tournament, above, has locals bringing in bushels of crabs from Patcong Creek’s waters.PROVIDED

ATLANTIC CITY PRESS - 2018-06-19 19:45:00

Mayor Presents Proclamation to Avalon Hodge Podge

Avalon Hodge Podge isa one-stop-shop for marine supplies, fishing bait and tackle, rod and reel repairs, fishing charters, crabbing supplies, and inflatables at the Jersey shore. The business also supplies New Jersey licenses and connects customers with local fishing charters.

CAPE MAY COUNTY HERALD - 2018-06-19 20:30:00

M/V Twin Capes Sunk To Become Part Of Delaware’s Artificial Reef System

The M/V Twin Capes, a ferry christened 43 years ago on the Delaware Bay and retired after thousands of runs between her namesakes Cape Henlopen, Del. and Cape May, N.J., was sunk to become part of Delaware’s acclaimed artificial reef system. Twin Capes, whose sinking will expand and enhance fish hab


Man who died in Friday motorcycle crash on Route 47 ID'd

According to Goez, Pfaff was driving south on Route 47 when he lost control of his Harley Davidson. The motorcycle hit a guardrail, which caused Pfaff to be thrown off his bike once it overturned.


Motorcycle accident closes Route 47 in Dennis Township

At 2:48 p.m., a Harley-Davidson motorcycle was traveling south on Route 47 at mile marker 19.3 when an accident occurred, troopers said.


Rio Grande Motorcyclist Dies in Crash

AHarley-Davidson motorcycle driven by Jack Pfaff, 57, was traveling south on Route 47 at mile marker 19.3between Tyler Road and Route 610around 3 p.m.