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CAPE MAY COUNTY NEWS

LATEST NEWS

Ground Zero Flag Team to Hold Remembrance Ceremony Aboard Cape May – Lewes Ferry on Oct. 12

On Saturday, October 12, the Ground Zero Flag Team will board a Cape May – Lewes Ferry vessel and raise the Ground Zero Flag (Flag & Marble Cross) on the third deck of the MV Delaware while the vessel travels to Cape May, N.J. This will be one of several locations to host a special ceremony during Columbus Day weekend as the GZ Flag Team makes its way north from Williamsburg, VA to New York City.

Avalon to Host Annual Seafood Festival This Weekend

Celebrate seafood and seashore cuisine at Avalon's annual Seafood Festival next weekend at Surfside Park.

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Awards $32.2 Million Contract for Cape May County Beachfill Project

Officials from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ Philadelphia District have announced a $32.5 million contract to complete the periodic nourishment of two projects in Cape May County.

Cape May County Airport Gets $2.4 Million to Rehab Aircraft Parking Area

The Cape May County Airport has received federal funding to rehab a parking area for aircraft.

Cape May County’s Woodbine Borough and Elementary School Recognized by NJ Safe Routes to Schools Program

WOODBINE, N.J. — Mayor William Pikolycky is pleased to announce that Woodbine Borough and...

North Wildwood Receives Over $35,000 from Assistance to Firefighters Grant

The 46 systems will be for all current career, part-time and interior structural volunteer firefighters; and will include training for all members.

Wildwood Fire Department Replaces EMT Bikes Through Donations

The bikes are utilized for quick response to EMS situations where larger vehicles can not access, such as the Boardwalk and Byrne Plaza.

Woodbine Awarded Additional $2 Million for Water Treatment Plant Upgrades

Upgrades to Woodbine's water system include the well house, filtration system, garage, and related facilities and extension or replacement of water mains.

Wine and Dine During ‘Restaurant Week’ in the Wildwoods

Discover the finest restaurant the Wildwoods has to offer from Sunday, August 25 until Thursday, August 29 during Restaurant Week.

City of Cape May Awarded $7.6 Million for Coastal Storm Damage Reduction Project

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has awarded $7.6 million to complete recurring nourishment of the Cape May Inlet to the Lower Township (Cape May City) Coastal Storm Risk Management project. This project is made possible by the Army Corps’ Philadelphia District, as well as the U.S. Coast Guard and the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection.