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  1. Bill Creating - Nourishing Young Minds Initiative Fund' to Support School Nutrition Programs Now LawRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Cape May County Herald

    Legislation sponsored by Assembly Democrats Adam Taliaferro, Bob Andrzejczak, Pamela Lampitt, Gabriela Mosquera and Jamel Holley to establish the "Nourishing Young Minds Initiative Fund" is now law. The new law creates a non-lapsing, revolving fund in the Department of Agriculture to support child food nutrition programs in the state through monies appropriated annually by the legislature, federal and other grants received by the state, and any other money made available for the purposes of the fund.

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  2. Gardeners Create Pollinator Garden at Cape May City Water TowerRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Cape May County Herald

    Hardy Gardeners gathered Wed. morning, July 19, to create a pollinator garden at the water tower site bordered by Madison and Columbia Avenues in Cape May City.

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  3. Indictments Filed July 18Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 21 | Cape May County Herald

    A Cape May County grand jury handed up 19 indictments July 18. The abbreviation CDS below stands for controlled dangerous substance. The grand jury indicted Gregory H. Gilberti for second-degree sexual assault and fourth-degree criminal sexual contact.

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  4. Code Enforcing, Fire Inspections ShiftRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 21 | Cape May County Herald

    Following the lead of a recent realignment in Middle Township, Cape May reorganized its code enforcement function, moving oversight from the city manager to the police department. Although they will remain civilian employees, code enforcement officers will report through the police department and be governed by a yet-to-be-developed standard operating procedure developed by the chief of police.

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  5. Aquatic Center, Location Discussed; Beach Drive Project Bond IntroducedRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 20 | Cape May County Herald

    Lower Township has big plans for youths, seniors, and those in need of specialized physical therapy in the Lower Cape May County area. LAN Associates, an architectural and engineering firm, is conducting a feasibility study to determine if an aquatic center in Lower Township would be a good idea for the entire community, as well as being fiscally responsible.

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  6. The Fishing Line July 19Read the original story

    Wednesday Jul 19 | Cape May County Herald

    Good fishing, especially with fluke, was reported this week. That's good because fluke were the topic of the recent New Jersey Marine Fisheries Council meeting, which took place on Thursday, July 13. New Jersey had been ruled out of compliance with the regulations adapted by the Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission.

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  7. Comcast Introduces Gigabit Internet Service in Cape May & Atlantic CountiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 19 | Cape May County Herald

    Comcast announced today that it is launching a new internet service throughout its coverage areas in Atlantic and Cape May counties in New Jersey that will deliver speeds up to 1 Gigabit-per-second to residential customers. These speeds will be among the fastest and most widely available and include access to the nation's largest Wi-Fi network of more than 17 million hotspots.

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  8. We Humans Are Being Pushed out of Cape May Co.Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 18 | Cape May County Herald

    The year-round population of Cape May County has been declining for two decades, and unless we change our political makeup significantly, the forces undoing us will prevail. For years, people flocked to our shores and even began settling here in growing numbers.

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  9. South Jersey Gas to Begin Construction in Lower TownshipRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 18 | Cape May County Herald

    South Jersey Gas advises residents, business owners, and motorists in Lower Township that construction work will begin on or about July 24 to enhance its infrastructure as part of the Accelerated Infrastructure Replacement Program. The work is expected to be completed by December 2017.

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  10. Cape May to Host 85th Annual Baby Parade, Aug. 4Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 18 | Cape May County Herald

    Don't miss the most adorable parade in the Nation's Oldest Seashore Resort. The 85th Annual Cape May Baby Parade scheduled for Aug. 4, 2017 steps off at 11 a.m. from Congress Street and Beach Avenue.

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  11. Vets Want Central County VA ClinicRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 18 | Cape May County Herald

    Patrick Carney and Jacqueline Hinker, both veteran community outreach specialists with the Veterans Administration working in South Jersey, spoke at the event and plan to be at upcoming concerts, meetings, and the annual 4-H Fair to meet local veterans. Vince Kane, director of the Wilmington VA Medical Center, addresses a group of veterans July 15 about plans for a new VA clinic in the county.

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  12. Middle Opens Rio Section of Bike PathRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 18 | Cape May County Herald

    Middle Township Mayor Michael Clark, left, and Deputy Mayor Jeffrey DeVico prepare to pedal through the ribbon to officially open the bike path at Satt Boulevard, Rio Grande July 14. Middle Township Committee members Timothy Donohue, left, Mayor Michael Clark, and Deputy Mayor Jeffrey DeVico at the opening of another segment of the bike path in Rio Grande at Satt Boulevard July 14. Many small stop signs on Middle Township's bike path in Rio Grande warn cyclists of driveways. The final section of the path should be completed in about a month, according to Mayor Michael Clark.

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  13. AMI Foundation 9th Annual Tools for Schools Drive Benefits Students in Area SchoolsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 17 | Cape May County Herald

    Many New Jersey children face the prospect of arriving for their first day of school in September without the most basic of school supplies. To help address this, the AMI Foundation is launching its 9th Annual "Tools for Schools" supply drive, now through Aug. 18. "There are many children right here in our own communities who are not properly prepared for their return to school, simply because they lack the basic supplies like pencils and paper," said Dr. Peggy Avagliano, President of the AMI Foundation Board of Directors.

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  14. Van Drew Bill Strengthening Animal Cruelty Laws on Governor's DeskRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 12 | Cape May County Herald

    Legislation sponsored by Senator Jeff Van Drew that would strengthen New Jersey's animal cruelty laws by making it a crime to leave pets exposed outdoors to excessively hot or cold temperatures without proper shelter was approved recently by the Legislature. The bill would also make cruelly restraining a dog a crime.

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  15. Rona Craig Remembered For Enriching LivesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 6 | Cape May County Herald

    Rona Craig, 77, died July 3. She was the matron of the Craig family which owns and operates The Washington Inn, Lucky Bones, Cape May Winery, The Pelican Club, The Old Grange and Love the Cook. The wife of Toby Craig, whom she met when they attended the University of Delaware and later married, she was, according to her obituary, "a compassionate and masterful teacher who derived the greatest pleasure in enriching the lives of those she taught."

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  16. Divers Tell Secrets of the DeepRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 6 | Cape May County Herald

    Gene Peterson, of Seaville, has artifacts from various shipwrecks on display at the Museum of Cape May County. He dives from New Jersey to Florida, and Newfoundland and Nova Scotia, Canada.

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  17. Board OKs 3 Commercial Fishing LoansRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 5 | Cape May County Herald

    All are for seven years at 2 percent interest. They are given to stimulate low and moderate income jobs in the local market.

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  18. Arrest Man for Sharing Lewd ImagesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 5 | Cape May County Herald

    Lower Township Police Detectives received a report from North Wildwood Police Department June 30 that a female victim was at their headquarters reporting Ernest "Drew" Paulus III, 46, of North Cape May had been sharing inappropriate photographs of her. She also claimed that Paulus had pointed a shotgun at her head several months ago and told her not to report him to the police.

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  19. Tower, Lighthouse ReopenRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 5 | Cape May County Herald

    Cape May Lighthouse, located in Cape May Point State Park, and the World War II Lookout Tower on Sunset Boulevard near Cape May Point, reopened to the public July 4 after a three-day stalemate was finally broken between the legislature and Gov. Christie over the Fiscal Year 2018 New Jersey budget. The Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts & Humanities , a not-for-profit organization committed to promoting the preservation, interpretation, and cultural enrichment of the Cape May region for its residents and visitors, manages, maintains and opens to the public the Cape May Lighthouse and the World War II Lookout Tower.

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  20. Tower, Light Shut DownRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 3 | Cape May County Herald

    For the third consecutive day, the Cape May Lighthouse, located in Cape May Point State Park, and the World War II Lookout Tower on Sunset Boulevard near Cape May Point, are closed to the public July 3 until a stalemate is broken between the legislature and Gov. Christie over the Fiscal Year 2018 New Jersey budget. The Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts & Humanities , a not-for-profit organization committed to promoting the preservation, interpretation, and cultural enrichment of the Cape May region for its residents and visitors, manages, maintains and opens to the public the Cape May Lighthouse and the World War II Lookout Tower, according to a release.

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