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A Promising Start to Monarchs' Migration

Published Wednesday, September 27, 2017
CAPE MAY POINT — Her friends aren’t surprised when Rebecca Zerlin suddenly calls out “Monarch!” when they are driving with her. She’s trained to spot the migrating butterflies from far away in a moving car. The 25-year-old Cape May Bird Observatory intern drove slowly around a set 5-mile route from Higbee Beach through more»

Bucket Brigade Brewery Moving Towards Fall Opening, Names Head Brewer

Published Tuesday, September 5, 2017
Nestled in the heart of Cape May County in the County Seat of Cape May Courthouse a spark has ignited. This spark was started by Brothers Karl and Kurt Hughes, the firefighters behind Bucket Brigade Brewery, a new startup brewery and tasting room located on Main Street in the heart of town. The Brewery will be located in the old HB Christman and Son more»

Stockton University receives 'Diversity' award

Published Tuesday, September 5, 2017
GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP — For the second year, Stockton University has received a 2017 Higher Education Excellence in Diversity Award from Insight into Diversity magazine. “Stockton is committed to our mission of developing engaged and effective citizens with a commitment to life-long learning and the capacity to adapt to change in a multicultural, more»

Labor Day Fun at the Shore: Meet a Girl Who Makes it Happen

Published Tuesday, September 5, 2017
OCEAN CITY, N.J. — Peering over her shoulder through aviator sunglasses, Emily Lemieux checked one last time to make sure her four customers were seated. She placed her right hand on a silver throttle. And with that, the first train ride of the unofficial last day of summer was underway. Thousands flocked to the beaches on a golden edition of Labor more»

Cape May Brewing Company Supports Harvey Relief in the Tasting Room Over Labor Day Weekend

Published Friday, September 1, 2017
Cape May, NJ-- Cape May Brewing Company has watched the images coming from Houston with heavy hearts. The devastation throughout southeast Texas has been grievous, and those in the path of the storm need all the help they can get. “Cape May is no stranger to storms,” says co-owner and vice-president Bob Krill. “When we see images like the more»

Business and Labor Groups File Amicus Brief in Support of South Jersey Gas Cape Atlantic Reliability Project

Published Wednesday, August 23, 2017
Winslow, NJ - A coalition of groups representing thousands of businesses and dozens of labor groups urged the Superior Court of New Jersey to uphold a key decision on the South Jersey Gas Cape Atlantic Reliability Project, which ensures energy reliability for thousands of residents and businesses in Cape May and Atlantic counties, and reduces the more»

Christie Rebukes Trump Over Atlantic Offshore Drilling Plan

Published Thursday, August 17, 2017
The Christie administration Wednesday issued a rebuke to President Donald Trump’s bid to open Atlantic Ocean waters to offshore drilling. In formal comments filed with the federal government, Gov. Chris Christie reaffirmed his opposition to any industrialization of the New Jersey coast that could affect the state’s natural resources, coastal more»

GWHMA Approves Resolution to Support and Expand J-1 Student Work and Travel Program

Published Thursday, August 17, 2017
The Greater Wildwood Hotel Motel Association Board of Directors recently met to discuss government proposals to reduce or eliminate the long standing J-1 Student Work and Travel Program that has brought many thousands of foreign students to the Wildwoods By-the-Sea over past years. These discussions greatly concern the Association's motel, hotel and more»
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