Cape May Brewery Commemorates Villanova’s 175th Anniversary With Exclusive BeerThe Cape May Brewing Company will soon be pouring their exclusive brew, “Demisemiseptcentennial Ale” to commemorate Villanova University’s 175th anniversary.
Bottle-Nose Dolphin Makes Way Into Creek In Cape May CountyA bottle-nose dolphin somehow made its way into a creek in Cape May County over the weekend.
High Bacteria Levels In The Water Prompt Closures At Jersey Shore BeachesMore than 10 beaches have either been closed or have had a water advisory in effect sometime this week.
Coast Guard: Recruit Died Of Heat-Related Illness Following Physical Fitness AssessmentSeaman Recruit Aaron Redd died on July 7, 2016 at the Coast Guard Training Center in Cape May
Meet 'Flash,' Mercer County's New Bloodhound OfficerA new four-legged officer has joined the ranks of the Mercer County Police Department.
Dom Giordano Column: The Great Shore DebateIt’s clear that we are lucky to be so close to the Jersey Shore but also to have such diverse towns.
Police Warn Residents Of Scam Claiming $3.9 Million WinningsMiddle Township police are telling Cape May residents to be on the lookout for a scam that may be in their mailbox.
3 Men Rescued After Boats Collide Off Cape May CoastThree men are safe after being rescued off the coast of Cape May by the New Jersey Coast Guard.
Coast Guard Crew Comes To Aid Of Injured Ship Captain Off Coast Of Cape MayAn MH-60 Jayhawk helicopter crew from Air Station Atlantic City responded to the 274-meter long Almi Voyager motor transport on Saturday. The vessel was about 356 miles east of Cape May at the time.
Jay Lloyd’s Getaway: Cape May Off-SeasonCape May scored big Papal weekend, but there's a lot more to come.
Papal Viewing Party In Cape May Proceeds After Legal Concerns Are AddressedThe city of Cape May will have nothing to do with the event, after a Washington based group put up bit of a stink.
Hear Philly: The Shore Thing - Food, Wine and All-Around Family FunFrom Sea Isle City to Cape May, food is a huge part of the post-Labor Day weeks down the shore.