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The Murphy Administration in a release announced Sept. 21 that New Jersey will receive three federal grants totaling $30.6 million to fight the opioid crisis... [Read More]
Please be alert when walking on the borough's beaches. [Read More]
Organizers for the OCNJ Half Marathon are expecting a record turnout for three races Sept. 30, with more than 1,650 people already registered. [Read More]
The fourth annual UAS Conference will take place at Cape May Convention Hall Sept. 24-25. [Read More]
This home has been completely renovated by premier Town Bank Builders in 2012. [Read More]
Clubhouse Road in the Cape May Beach/Townbank section of Lower Township will be closed for a few days sometime this week to repair a collapsed... [Read More]
Recently raised mandatory bulkhead heights are part of the fight against frequent flooding in Stone Harbor. On Sept. 18, borough council heard a report on... [Read More]
Just weeks after Stone Harbor Borough Council adopted its regulations concerning bulkhead elevations, the governing body was back at work amending that ordinance. [Read More]
The Roseann Avenue stormwater remediation project Phase I was slated to begin at the pump house site on Roseann Avenue by Sept. 19. [Read More]
The Lower Township Police Department responded to or initiated a total of 927 calls, averaging a total of 133 calls per day. Police also made... [Read More]
Middle Township is making expansive use of New Jersey redevelopment and rehabilitation statutes to spur economic development. [Read More]
Cape May County Chamber of Commerce recognized members with 25, 50 and 60 years of continuous membership Sept. 20 at Two Mile Landing Restaurant. [Read More]
In summer 2019, Girl Scout Troop 45296 will be taking an educational tour of Europe, traveling to four countries. [Read More]
The smiles on the faces of ShopRite of Rio Grande customers were brighter than usual on Wednesday, Sept. 19 as local community leaders and dignitaries... [Read More]
Thyroid disease affects over 20 million people here in the United States alone. [Read More]
Lower Township Councilman Thomas Conrad announced that Lower Township is planning an opioid awareness event similar to those held in other municipalities recently. [Read More]
A Cape May County grand jury handed up 22 indictments Sept. 18. [Read More]
A check for $1,000 was presented to Cheryl Spaulding (center), Program Director for Concerned Citizens of Whitesboro, by Avalon Lions first Vice President Sue White... [Read More]
At their monthly meeting, the Avalon Lions Club hosted Pastor Charles Harrah (Pastor Charlie) for an informative talk about the opioid addiction problem in Cape... [Read More]
Weather permitting, the Cape May County Department of Mosquito Control will be treating areas of Cape May County as part of its effort to control... [Read More]
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