WILDWOOD— Michael P. Callahan Memorial Chapter 955 Vietnam Veterans of America will be hosting the fifth annual 5K and mile-long walk on Saturday July 4. The event will start in front of the Wall on Ocean and Burk avenues. Registration starts at 7:30 am and the race starts at 9 a.m.

WILDWOOD— In addition to the weekly Friday night fireworks, the Wildwoods Boardwalk will be launching an extended version of the fireworks for the 4th of July on Saturday Night.

LOWER TOWNSHIP – Lower Township’s free concert series at the Cape May-Lewes ferry terminal will start a concert by the Sensational Soul Cruisers at 5 p.m. on Wednesday, July 8.

CAPE MAY – The Whale’s Tale will hold a book signing by local historian Robert Heinly from 6 to 8 p.m. on Saturday, July 4.


Memorial Day was created to remember those who died while serving our country. The federal holiday originated after the American Civil War to commemorate the Union and Confederate soldiers.

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ESTELL MANOR – Atlantic County will honor the memories of its fallen military heroes 2 p.m. Friday, May 22 during the 31st annual Veterans Memorial Program to be held at the Atlantic County Veterans Cemetery located in the county park, Route 50, Estell Manor.

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CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE - Middle Township’s annual Memorial Day Parade will begin at 10 a.m., Monday, May 25. The route starts at Memorial Field on Pacific Avenue, continues north on Boyd Street, turns left onto Mechanic Street, then turns left onto Dias Creek Road, ending at American Legion Po…

The Wildwoods will officially kick off the 2015 summer season at the Unlocking of the Ocean Ceremony at noon Friday, May 22 on the beach at Andrews Avenue, next to the Wildwoods Convention Center. A large, ornate key will be used to ceremoniously unlock the ocean and open the summer season.


Children sprint with baskets and bags in hand to search for Easter eggs during the Kiwanis Club of Cape May’s annual Easter Egg Hunt Saturday, April 4, in the playground next to the Cape May City Elementary School. 


CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE – A pancake breakfast fortified children, parents, guardians and friends for what turned out to be a windy dash for the kids to chase plastic eggs through the grass at the Wetlands Institute, Saturday, April 4 for the annual Turtle Fest.


Under warm sunshine and blustery winds, Ocean City hosted its Great Egg Hunt on the beach Saturday, April 4, boasting 100,000 eggs and 5,000 prizes.

New Jerseyans who shop for kosher foods in preparation for Passover can rest assured supermarkets, delis, and other businesses will be required to live up to their promises when selling foods that are represented as being kosher, according to the New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs.

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