CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE — The Oath Keepers will not be meeting Thursday at Cape May County’s Old Court House as originally planned.
Cape May County residents are invited to attend a virtual public meeting Jan. 11 to learn about the county’s plan for hazard mitigation.
CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE — Cape May County government welcomed Kevin Lare as the new acting county administrator and two returning members at a reorganization meeting Wednesday, as members adjusted to the change from being called freeholders to county commissioners.
A Cape May County resident was charged with unlawful entry in Wednesday’s riot at the Capitol in Washington, according to the United States Capitol Police.
A severe thunderstorm on July 1 brought golf ball size, 1.75 inch in diameter, hail to the Petersburg section of Upper Township, the largest hailstone since 2008 to fall in the county.
MIDDLE TOWNSHIP — The new Cape May County veterans outpatient clinic is officially open, capping a years-long effort to move away from the old site at the Coast Guard base in Cape May.
About 70 Cape May County law enforcement officers are running a portion of the 37th annual Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics New Jersey on Oct. 9.
Republican U.S. Senate primary candidate Hirsh Singh’s petition for a recount of the July 7 election was denied Tuesday in Atlantic and Cape May counties, with the judge saying the results were not close enough to cause concern and that Singh had not provided evidence of specific mistakes in counting.
WILDWOOD CREST — A Philadelphia man was arrested early Monday after allegedly having two knives while following a woman out for a morning run.
WILDWOOD — Two Millville men were arrested Tuesday after speeding away from an officer attempting to make a traffic stop and after a gun was found in their car, police said.
Gov. Phil Murphy announced Thursday that flags around the state, which have been at half-staff to honor the victims of the COVID-19 pandemic and their families, will return to full-staff July 3.
The number of positive cases of COVID-19 in New Jersey has increased by 524, bringing the total to 170,584, Gov. Phil Murphy said Friday.
Gov. Phil Murphy on Tuesday announced that the stay-at-home order, aimed to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, is now lifted.
New Jersey's Democrat-led Assembly on Thursday passed a measure authorizing $5 billion in borrowing sought by Gov. Phil Murphy.
As unemployment claims slow statewide in New Jersey, the wreckage of business closings due to the COVID-19 pandemic remains increasingly clear in deep South Jersey.
Gov. Phil Murphy on Friday announced that child care services, organized sports practices and youth day camps can resume in the coming weeks.
The number of positive cases of COVID-19 in New Jersey has increased by 1,261, bringing the total to 157,815, said Gov. Phil Murphy. There have been 66 additional deaths, bringing the state total to 11,401.
Cape May will allow swimming on its beaches beginning on Saturday at 10 a.m. Bathers must swim only when and where lifeguards are on duty. The Cape May Beach Patrol will be on a pre-season modified duty schedule for the time being.
MIDDLE TOWNSHIP — The owner of four local gyms says he will reopen them next week in defiance of the governor’s executive order shutting down nonessential businesses in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Cape May County Sheriff’s Office warned residents Tuesday of a phone scammer impersonating an officer.
When correctional police officers show up for their shifts at the Cape May County jail, they pull a mask over their face and get their temperature checked, a new routine aimed at mitigating the spread of COVID-19.
At least 43 South Jersey county jail inmates have been released over the past two weeks after an order was signed by a state judge to mitigate the risk of COVID-19 spreading through facilities.
Several schools in Atlantic County have extended their closings indefinitely due to the COVID-19 pandemic, awaiting word from the governor on when they can reopen.