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Cape May County Residents Can Now Sign Up for a Monthly E-Newsletter

Cape May County residents and visitors can now sign up for monthly e-newsletter featuring news updates from the county government.

Wine and Dine During the ‘Wildwoods’ Restaurant Week’

A second Restaurant Week in the Wildwoods will take place at the end of the summer season, from August 26th-30th.

Ocean City Police Department and John R. Elliott HERO Campaign Debut New Themed Patrol Car

Officials from the Ocean City Police Department and the John R. Elliott HERO Campaign unveiled a new way to promote designated driving.

Downtown Wildwood Premieres New Seafood and Wine Festival

Downtown Wildwood is set to debut a new seafood and wine festival next weekend.

Cape May County to Test Code Red System on June 7th

Photo courtesy of Pixabay user jeshoots-com. CAPE MAY COUNTY - Cape May County will be testing its Code...

Woodbine Receives Over $8,000 in Clean Communities Grant Funding

Officials from Woodbine have announced that the borough has been awarded over $8,000 from the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection.

Cape May County Department of Mosquito Control to Start Outreach Talks

The Cape May County Department of Mosquito Control will be visiting local towns to provide more information to resident and visitors about the growing concerns that new species of bugs to the county will bring and what people can do to protect themselves.

Greater Wildwoods Tourism Improvement & Development Authority Wins New Jersey Tourism Excellence Award

The Greater Wildwoods Tourism Improvement and Development Authority (GWTIDA) received recognition for its advertising campaign for the Wildwoods

Cape May – Lewes Ferry Named One of the Most Scenic Ferry Rides in the U.S.

The Cape May - Lewes Ferry has been recognized by, as one of the seven most scenic ferry rides in the United States.

North Wildwood Celebrates Arbor Day by Distributing Tree Tubelings to Local Students

Officials from North Wildwood and Lomax Environmental Consulting Group distributed over 500 evergreen tree tubelings to local Pre K through 8th-grade students to celebrate Arbor Day.