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The story of Jesus starts rather humbly and quietly with nearly no resources or riches. [Read More]
Tags: Jesus - Ignore - story
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Anyone who has read this column over time knows that I grew up out West where the culture is significantly different from here on the... [Read More]
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It is written in the Good Book, "Ask and you will receive. Seek and you will find. Knock and the door will be opened." [Read More]
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Congress Hall heats things up this winter with some of the hottest entertainment around during their annual winter concert series. Starting January 27 and running... [Read More]
Stone Harbor Borough Council reviewed capital requests from its public safety departments for the 2019 budget. [Read More]
The Cape May City seal proclaims the city's year of incorporation as 1857. What city officials and the public learned at a Jan. 15 meeting... [Read More]
The Atlantic/Cape May Vicinage is seeking volunteers for four Superior Court programs, according to a release. [Read More]
The Middle Township Citizens Advisory Board, established to study a possible change in the size and form of Middle Township government, will meet for the... [Read More]
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The Office of Emergency Management has issued a "Code Blue" advisory for all of Cape May County effective from 6 p.m. Jan. 22, 2019 to... [Read More]
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The Gallery at Jessie Creek is exhibiting watercolors celebrating the city of New Orleans through the month of February. Grayce DeNoia Bochak is the featured... [Read More]
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Middle Township Committeeman Theron "Ike" Gandy, newly appointed to oversee Public Works and Sewer in Middle Township, has called for a comprehensive study of the... [Read More]
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At Stone Harbor Borough Council's work session Jan. 15, Dr. Lenore Tedesco, executive director of The Wetlands Institute, reported on struggles with Facebook as the... [Read More]
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Eight Cape May County municipalities received a combined total of just over $2.6 million in Small Cities Community Development Block Grants from the state Department... [Read More]
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Students at Crest Memorial School collected over 1,800 pairs of socks to help keep the homeless warm during this frigid winter. [Read More]
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Daniel McDonald, a Tampa, Fla. police officer, told members at a public meeting at Rio Grande Fire Hall Jan. 16 that the answer he discovered... [Read More]
Effective immediately, Cape Regional Medical Center will waive all copays and deductibles for any emergency room visit by government employees or immediate family members directly... [Read More]
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The Dennis Township Pride committee hosted the annual Super Dish cook-off and Spelling Bee Jan. 16. [Read More]
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Sports coverage brought to you by Burke Motor Group... [Read More]
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The Middle Township High School girls swimming team achieved their first Cape-Atlantic League National Conference title on Thursday, January 17. [Read More]
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During the week of Dec. 10-16, 2018 the members of the Middle Township Police Department responded to or initiated 1,025 calls for service, averaging 146... [Read More]
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