CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE - Bishop McHugh Regional Catholic students gathered around the Blessed Mother Mary statue Thursday, May 18 for the annual May Procession and Mass. The crowning of Mary with flowers is one of the most symbolic moments of the procession, school officials said.
MIDDLE TOWNSHIP – Middle Township police are requesting the assistance of the public in locating Robert Stone Jr., a 17-year-old Cape May Court House resident who was reported as a runaway by the Oasis Youth Shelter on Sunday, April 9.
Josef Kote, painter of beaches, boats and landscapes, will hold his first New Jersey exhibit Memorial Day weekend as the guest artist at Ocean Galleries in Stone Harbor.
PLEASANTVILLE — Members of the American Legion Riders Post 352 in Somers Point made sure fallen veterans were not forgotten Saturday, Armed Forces Day.
Just weeks after being inducted into the New Jersey Hall of Fame, Peace Pilgrim, born Mildred Lisette Norman in Egg Harbor City 1908, will be inducted into the Appalachian Trail Hall of Fame Friday, June 2. Peace Pilgrim is also a 2010 inductee of the Atlantic County Women’s Hall of Fame.
We are on the verge of a mental health crisis in New Jersey. Under the Governor’s new funding formula as proposed in the fiscal year 2018 budget, community-based mental health providers will lose significant state funding – funds that have traditionally made it possible for us to fulfill our…
Pleasantville High School students prepared for their send off to the prom on May 20 by strolling down the Red Carpet inside their school before their families, friends and schoolmates. Afterward, they ventured to the Stockton Seaview in Galloway for a night of dining, dancing and excitement.
CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE - Celebrate spring and support students studying agriscience and horticulture at Cape May County Technical High School by visiting the greenhouse behind the school from 8 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., Monday through Friday through the end of May.
CAPE MAY – Enjoy a Sunday brunch with jazz and a bit of bubbly from 10 a.m. to noon Sunday, June 4 with The Herb Moore Duo at Aleathea’s at the Inn of Cape May, 7 Ocean St., as part of the annual Cape May Music Festival.
EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP — Egg Harbor Township-based law firm D’Arcy Johnson Day has made a pledge to donate $100,000 each year to area charities and sports teams throughout the course of the year, according to a company press release.
CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE – The county’s Coastal Water Monitoring Program begins Tuesday, May 30 and is scheduled to run through Tuesday, Sept. 5, according to a statement from Freeholder Jeffrey Pierson.
CAPE MAY – Youth grades 7-12 are invited to take part in the Rutgers 4-H summer teen leadership program from June 26 through Aug. 18 at the New Jersey Audubon Nature Center of Cape May.
WHITESBORO – More than 100 area children joined in the fun for the last day of Homework Club Thursday, May 11 at the Martin Luther King Center on Main Street, celebrating with ice cream, Tom Jones’ home-cooked French fries, and an afternoon away from their studies.
Matt Podolski is already sweating after one cup of coffee, while his daughter Corinne sets up two wooden stools for them to sit on and practice their songs.
ABSECON — The Amazing Race Absecon starts next week and offers a chance for students, teachers, friends and neighbors to learn about their city, battle each other and have a little fun along the way.
MARGATE — Young actors from across South Jersey will present one of Broadway’s favorite musicals May 18-21 at the Dominick A. Potena Performing Arts Center, 7804 Amherst Ave.
New Jersey Audubon and the Cape May Bird Observatory will present the annual Cape May Spring Festival: So. Many. Birds. Friday through Sunday, May 19-21 at the Grand Hotel in Cape May and surrounding areas.
Students and staff from Atlantic City Day Nursery hold up a banner to thank the law firm of D’Arcy Johnson Day for financial support of its annual spring fundraiser held on May 10.