Cape May NJ
Kids are back in school, and weekdays offer wide open spaces and a ramped down pace.
It’s been sixty years since Jay Lloyd first rode through the gates at the Coast Guard Training Center (“boot camp”) in Cape May, NJ.
Want to cut the cost of your vacation or other getaway in half? It’s not hard when you know the trick.
The Wildwoods has won the “best beach in New Jersey” survey for the fourth time in five years. But the survey is being called “cockamamie” by Mark Soifer, public information officer for Ocean City.
With Memorial Day on the horizon, Jay Lloyd tries to beat the getaway crowds.
Thousands of people from the Philadelphia area go to Cape May to visit each summer, many winding up at the Chalfonte, built by a Civil War hero in the 1870s.
Promenades along the boardwalk? Hey, they’ve written songs about that.
Adriano Sotomayor had been on the lam for more than three months before being nabbed in Las Vegas. He is charged with bilking one elderly nun out of a quarter of a million dollars.
Among those who tucked into domestic rather than foreign travel this year was KYW’s Jay Lloyd.
Summertime crowds are gone, as Jay Lloyd heads for a Cape May getaway.
From Asbury Park to Avalon and beyond, many of us have a favorite shore point. And if so, now’s the time to be counted.
The US Coast Guard was called out by New Jersey state police after word came in that a 63-foot fishing boat was taking on water in the Delaware Bay, about seven miles off shore.
The Merion Inn, just a block off the beach, is a popular Victorian structure that dates back to the 1880s.