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Campers Make ‘Sweet Cases’ for Foster Children

Published Monday, July 31, 2017
COURT HOUSE - Big Timber Lake Camping Resort is sweetening the lives of foster children in Cape May County. Forty ‘sweet cases’ were purchased and stuffed with extra goodies to help local children in foster care. Big Timber Lake Camping Resort purchased 40 sweet cases from Together We Rise, a nonprofit organization whose goal is to improve more»

Woodbine Dedicates CG Birthday Commemoration to Late Rear Admiral

Published Monday, July 31, 2017
WOODBINE - Woodbine has dedicated its commemoration of this year’s Coast Guard birthday to the late Coast Guard Rear Admiral David E. Ciancaglini, a native son of Woodbine who passed away earlier this year. The Coast Guard is celebrating its 227rd year this Aug. 4. The history of the United States Coast Guard goes back to the Revenue Cutter Service, more»

New York Children Breathe Fresh Air, Briefly Join a County Family

Published Monday, July 31, 2017
COURT HOUSE – "It's just an extra potato in the pot," said Aaron Clauser, when asked how the addition of two Fresh Air Fund children to the family of seven impacts them. "It takes a day or two for them to learn our routine, and we love having them," chimed in his wife, Krista, as they watched their five children, ages 7-14, play at the Cape May more»

Farm-to-bottle: Craft Distillery Making Vodka From Jersey Sweet Potatoes at the Shore

Published Monday, July 31, 2017
Growing up in Newtown Square, Dorey Bryan dreamed of one day owning a horse farm that backed up right to the beach. She ended up instead with a distillery that makes small-batch vodka out of New Jersey sweet potatoes, and she couldn’t be happier. Bryan, along with her husband, Corey, and partner Steve Miller, are the founders of Nauti Spirits, a more»

International Students Help Boost Local Economy

Published Friday, July 28, 2017
COURT HOUSE – It’s that time of year when county residents and visitors begin to take note of young people with foreign accents and appearances in shops, restaurants and amusement parks and throughout retail establishments. Those young people are part of an annual program sponsored by the federal-level Department of State as a form of public more»

Cape May Brewing Company Wins Gold Medal at the US Open Beer Championships for The Topsail

Published Wednesday, July 19, 2017
Cape May, NJ-- Cape May Brewing Company is thrilled to announce that The Topsail, part of their highly-acclaimed Barrel Aged Series, took home a gold medal at the US Open Beer Championships in Oxford, Ohio, last week. “It’s extraordinarily gratifying,” says Cape May Brewing Company president and co-owner, Ryan Krill. “It highlights more»

NJ Tourism is Big Business and State Shutdown Was Bad For Business

Published Wednesday, July 19, 2017
New Jersey’s 3rd largest industry is tourism and contributes $44.1 billion in revenues to the state. With the busiest weekend of the year in sight – the July 4th Holiday - our elected officials failed to pass a budget, forcing a shutdown of state government. This shutdown caused state parks, state beaches, and state attractions to close more»

Cape May Brewing Company Unveils New Design

Published Friday, May 26, 2017
Cape May, NJ-- Cape May Brewing Company, (CMBC) the Jersey Shore’s premier local brewery, has an exciting, fresh, new look. After a period of introspection and contemplation, with the assistance of Austin-based Canales & Co., CMBC is set to premiere their new brand designs on May 26th. “This all really began as a desire to update our more»
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