1 hr ago
Christmas in Cape May: Celebrate like a Victorian
At the very reasonable hour of 6 p.m., my husband and I are sitting on what must be the New Jersey seaside resort town's equivalent of the party bus: the trolley bus.
2 hrs ago
Weather Causes Speed Restrictions on the Garden State Parkway and New Jersey Turnpike
UPDATE: As of 11:12 a.m., the speed restriction on the Garden State Parkway due to road conditions has been changed to 45 miles an hour between Cape May and the New York State Line in Montvale.
6 hrs ago
A Snowy Tuesday in New Jersey
The snow will begin during the early part of the morning drive, moving in from the southwest and will taper off during the afternoon.
10 hrs ago
The Daily Journal
Early demise for top-of-the-line ferry
Hissing blowtorches are punctuated by excited men yelling as another big chunk of steel comes crashing down onto the car deck of the MV Cape May. The workers taking apart the 2,100-ton Cape May-Lewes Ferry vessel are understandably happy about the latest piece of steel they pried from the upper deck.
Sun Dec 08, 2013
Lower Township Gazette
Airport business owners to host open house
There are more than planes at the Cape May County Airport on Breakwater Road. It's also home to a local business community.
Sat Dec 07, 2013
Asbury Park Press
Pipeline pros and cons to be aired
Opposing sides in the controversy over a proposed natural gas pipeline through the New Jersey Pinelands are readying their best arguments for a public hearing Monday in Galloway, a precursor to a deeply divided Pinelands Commission deciding whether to grant an exemption to its 30-year ban on such projects in the forest region.
A Cape May-Lewes ferry scrapped as white elephant
Hissing blowtorches are punctuated by excited men yelling as another big chuck of steel comes crashing down onto the car deck of the MV Cape May. The workers taking apart the 2,100-ton Cape May-Lewes Ferry vessel are understandably happy about the latest chunk of steel they pried from the upper deck.
Coast Guard Searches For Missing NY Boater Off Cape May
A Coast Guard helicopter is searching the waters off Cape May, N.J., for a man from Long Island, N.Y., whose sailboat was found adrift with no one aboard.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
South Jersey Residents Happier, More Economically Equal Than Most
Income inequality may be "the defining challenge of our time," as President Barack Obama told the Center for American Progress this week, but according to one Rutgers University researcher, it doesn't pose much of a problem in South Jersey.
Rare Arctic Visitors Coming to Shore Area in Record Numbers
Sightings of snowy owls, usually a rare winter guest spotted once or twice a year in New Jersey, have become increasingly common over the past few weeks in the Shore area.
Rutgers study predicts more frequent Sandy-Like flooding for N.J. Sandy-like flooding for N.J.
The likelihood of a devastating storm surge and coastal flooding like that during Superstorm Sandy will increase as sea level is expected to rise significantly in New Jersey this century, according to a study published Thursday by researchers at Rutgers.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Report: Southern New Jersey District Races Among the Most Expensive During 2013 Elections
Candidates in the First and Second Legislative Districts were among the top three spenders in the entire state during the 2013 elections, The Press of Atlantic City reports.
December's romantic pitfalls: During the holiday season, enchantment and self-delusion are in the air
With holiday parties looming and cozy fireplaces stoking the mood for romance, about now can feel like a most wonderful time to start a new relationship.
Lower Township Gazette
Lower, Middle propose continuous bike path from ferry to zoo
Lower and Middle townships are working together on a proposed continuous bike path from the bay to the county zoo.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
The Jersey Journal
Local bowling team remembers Hurricane Sandy
It has been more than one year since the 'perfect storm' and a group of women bowlers from Canoe Brook Country Club in Summit, are remembering the victims and the towns of those affected by the Super Storm Sandy.
Officials Announce Establishment of Airport Historic District - Laud...
Dan Saunders, Deputy State Historic Preservation Officer, presents the New Jersey Historic District Preservation Designation certificate to DRBA Chairman James Hogan, Cape May County Freeholder Will Morey, and NASW Founder Dr. Joseph Salvatore at a ceremony held inside the Aviation Museum.
The Jersey Journal
Lower Township schedules holiday basketball tournament
LOWER TWP. - A Holiday Basketball Tournament for children in grades 3 to 8 will be held Dec. 27, 28 and 29 at the Lower Township Recreation Center and the Richard C. Teitelman School.
Drumthwacket governor's mansion tours shed light on local play productions
A Victorian caroler is one of the sights visitors will see when they tour the historic Drumthwacket governor's mansion in Princeton, N.J. Open house holiday tours of the governor of New Jersey's official residence, Drumthwacket, will be held from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. today, Sunday and Dec. 11. Drumthwacket is located at 354 Stockton St., Princeton, ... (more)
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Cape May Officer Rescues Man From Burning Vehicle
The Cape May City Police Department has a new hero after Officer Scott Krissinger was caught on camera saving a man from a burning car.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Hero of the Holiday Week: New Jersey Police Officer Scott Krissinger...
Hero New Jersey police officer Scott Krissinger saves 61 year old unconscious man from his burning truck.