Beach replenishment has been very good to Cape May. Every two years since 1990, the Army Corps of Engineers has moved sand from the ocean floor to the shore, creating a beach where once there was none. This year, they did something a little different.
This past winter’s beach replenishment in Cape May is going to need a little extra work. An experimental method to move the sand around produced an unexpected and unwelcomed byproduct.
Work continues on the new Cape May Convention Hall, as city officials count down to its anticipated grand opening on Memorial Day weekend.
Road-trip fever is in the air, but gas prices are in the stratosphere. So, let’s travel the nearby highways and byways to some intriguing spots that shouldn’t consume more than a tank of gas each way.
The Coast Guard in New Jersey says it is trying to establish radio communication with a civilian sailor whose parents have been unable to contact him since Hurricane Irene passed through the area.
TripAdvisor.com – an online travel website – just released a survey stating that travel is up this weekend despite higher gas prices.
With summer finally here, it’s time for visitors and locals alike to enjoy the sand, surf, sun, stars and of course, the party scene at the Jersey Shore.
Looking to fit in a little shopping? There are plenty of choices at the Jersey Shore—from luxury shops, to premium outlets, to distinctive boutiques.
In an exclusive one-on-one interview with Eyewitness News, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie placed the blame for education failures in the Garden State squarely on the primary teachers’ union – the New Jersey Education Association.
It ranked second next to Myrtle Beach for US destinations and ninth for world beach destinations.
Can I Get a Witness! is just what part of it’s title says, a testament to the Black Church in Cape May County, which was integral to the development of a number of black communities there since the 19th century.
Fire damaged a landmark Cape May inn Thursday morning and sent one person to the hospital.
by KYW’s Donna Francavilla Tourists come from all over to vacation at the Jersey Shore. According to a recent survey, a half-million Canadians visited New Jersey last year and more than half of them visited […]