The Cape May-Lewes Ferry will not be operating Thursday afternoon due to significant ice in the Cape May canal and the Delaware Bay.
Eight inches of snow added up to shoulder-height mounds at the street ends along the Washington Street Mall as people dug out from a winter storm in Cape May.
“It’s a great opportunity to get my foot in the door and learn how to become a full-time police officer,” says Knuttel, who is a Class II officer, a step below a full-time sworn officer.
The Coast Guard came to the aid of three people who were stranded when their boat became grounded off the southern New Jersey coast and started taking on water.
Autumn is a special time at the southernmost tip of the Garden State at Cape May Point. So, what’s there to do and see? Follow me.
Local Experts Say Monarch Butterflies Suffered Severe Decline In Population Due To Destroyed Natural Habitats
“There’s estimated to be a 90 percent decline in monarch populations,” says Dick Walton, director of the Monarch Monitoring Project in Cape May.
No one was injured in a fire aboard a Cape May-Lewes ferry Friday morning.
Members of the Cape May Fire Department, beach patrol and Coast Guard Training Center’s fire department were leaving the ceremony Thursday night when they were alerted that someone was in distress offshore.
The unofficial end of summer marks the start of the season for the Monarch Monitoring Project in Cape May, which gathers data on and tags the orange and black butterflies as they travel to their wintering grounds.
A long-standing tradition in Cape May is in full swing.
Beach patrol in Atlantic City reported 48 rescues Tuesday, but they do note that today wave size is decreasing.
A much sought after summer getaway splurge is the room with a view.
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The Coast Guard has come to the aid of a man who was injured on a boat off the coast of Cape May.
The suspicious device that prompted evacuations and the closure of the Cape May Bridge was determined to not be an explosive device.