Cape May

December 8, 2018

COMMERCIAL FISHING BOAT CATCHES FIRE NEAR CAPE MAY, CREW RESCUED

A commercial fishing boat caught fire about 16 miles southeast of Cape May Saturday morning.  The 75 foot vessel “Ocean Pearl” caught on fire around 10:30am on Saturday.  The crew abandoned ship in a life raft.  The men were all in survival suits and were rescued.  The boat remains adrift near the mouth of the …

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December 6, 2018

REPORT: CAPE MAY BEACH FILL PROJECT DELAYED UNTIL AFTER SUMMER ’19

A big beach fill project in Cape May has been postponed until after the summer of 2019.  The Cape May Star and Wave reports that the beach fill has been postponed from next month because some federal funding has not been secured in behalf of the Coast Guard.  City Manager Neil Young says the delay …

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November 29, 2018

GAFFNEY RECOGNIZED FOR ACHIEVEMENTS FOR CAPE MAY

Cape May city officials took time to honor and recognize former mayor Jerry Gaffney during a public meeting on Wednesday.  Gaffney was recognized for 16 years of elected service, including two stints as mayor.  Gaffney was instrumental in the developme...
November 29, 2018

IT’S WEST CAPE MAY PARADE WEEKEND IN GREATER CAPE MAY

It’s parade weekend in West Cape May.  The Cape May Police Department released a statement saying the six hour parade will step off at 4pm on Saturday, and will travel through both West Cape May and Cape May.  If it’s raining, the parade wi...