TRENTON — The state Senate confirmed attorney Jeffrey Sutherland, of Ocean City, to be Cape May County’s prosecutor Thursday.
NORTH WILDWOOD — A city man was arrested and charged Tuesday after running from police when they questioned him about an alleged robbery.
MAYS LANDING — Atlantic Cape Community College’s art gallery will host “One Space, Two Artists,” an exhibit showcasing artwork by painter Tyrone Hart and sculptor Lennox Warner, both of Atlantic City, Dec. 14-Feb. 13.
Atlantic County has issued a Code Blue alert through Saturday, Dec. 16 due to forecasted cold temperatures and dangerous wind chills.
MARGATE – Boxing coach and personal trainer Jon Simon’s “Boxx for Tots” program will be collecting new unwrapped toys for children, ages infant to teens, at the Milton and Betty Katz JCC lobby, 501 N. Jerome Ave. until Friday, Dec. 22.
Beginning Wednesday, Dec. 13 and continuing for about one week, weather permitting, an alternating-lane traffic pattern will be in effect 7 a.m.-4 p.m. on Mill Road in Egg Harbor Township between Oakland Avenue and St. Clair Boulevard, for county road work.
HAMILTON TOWNSHIP — At the annual 4-H Fair in August of 1952, a young neighbor of Frances Hagel's asked her to help repair a pair of haphazardly sewn pajamas that were due to be judged at the fair in a few hours.
STONE HARBOR — Freezing temperatures and high winds can lead to an icy disaster for homeowners, though in many cases, it’s a calamity that can be prevented, a borough official said.
Due to a snowy forecast that includes as much as 4 inches of snow coming to the South Jersey area early Saturday, several weekend events have either been canceled or postponed. Email closings to email@example.com
TRENTON — James T. Plousis, the former Cape May County sheriff, will lead the Casino Control Commission for the next five years as Atlantic City’s gaming market continues to rebound following the closing of five casinos since 2014.
TRENTON — Businesses at the Cape May County Airport could save money on their tax bill if they hold onto their employees or create new jobs under legislation advanced Tuesday by the Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee.
The Milton & Betty Katz JCC, 501 N. Jerome Ave. in Margate will present an Israeli Film Series Tuesdays and Fridays in December.
STRATHMERE — Four county residents and a local business were recognized by the Cape May County Historical and Genealogical Society Nov. 30 at the Deauville Inn for their commitment to keeping Cape May County history alive.
Cape Regional Health System and the Puerto Rican Action Committee of Southern New Jersey joined forces during the weeks leading up to Thanksgiving to hold a holiday food drive to benefit families affected by Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico, according to a press release.