Cape May County

September 11, 2019

CAPE MAY COUNTY TO DROP OVER 31,000 RABIES BAITS THIS FALL

Cape May County will drop over 31,000 rabies baits, starting later this month.  The baits will be hand-placed and dropped from the air to help control rabies in wild animals.  The project will take up to two weeks. The post CAPE MAY COUNTY TO DROP OVER...
September 9, 2019

GRANT TO CONTINUE EARLY SCREENINGS FOR CANCER

Grants will continue for early cancer screenings in Cape May County thanks to a grant.  The County announced that it is receiving over $341,000 in grants and matching funds to continue the early cancer screenings offered to the public.  Women’s clinics are held at the Cape May County Department of Health three times per month, …

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September 7, 2019

COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT RECEIVES MAJOR GRANT FOR EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS

The Cape May County Department of Health has received a grant in excess of a quarter million dollars to help better plan for, and respond to, public health emergencies.  The grant funding runs through next year and will help the Department of Health re...
September 7, 2019

GASOLINE PRICES IN CAPE MAY COUNTY CONTINUE TO DROP POST-SUMMER

Gasoline prices continue to drop in Cape May County after the summer season.  The average price for a gallon of gasoline has dropped to $2.61 a gallon in our area; that’s five cents a gallon lower than a week ago.  We remain four cents above the ...