Cape May, NJ – During the last 25 years in Cape May, February often has been a transition month into spring. In some years, it has even been possible to work in the garden late in the month. Not so for February 2015. Brutal cold and strong winds this year completely dampened our hope for [...]
Local items and stories of interest in the Cape May, NJ area.
North Cape May, NJ – After relatively normal temperatures in December and January, who would have predicted that Cape May would get socked by record cold temperatures in February? On the day after Valentine’s Day, it was nearly 20 degrees colder than normal in Cape May. And we set two new records: a new maximum [...]
Cape May, NJ – The normally sedate Emlen Physick Estate on Washington Street was overrun with crowds Saturday at lunchtime looking for two things: crabs and beer. First, they had to wend their way through lines of all the typical vendors found at crafts and flea market fairs. Then, the hungry masses lined up not [...]
Cape May, NJ – One of Cape May’s oldest commercial fishing operations is throwing in a line in a new arena – social media. Lund’s Fisheries, headquartered on Ocean Drive, sells its fresh caught seafood to wholesale distributors who sell it to area restaurants and retail operations. The problem, Wayne Reichle, vice president of Lund’s, [...]
Cape May, NJ – Sports Illustrated is featuring several Jersey shore beaches, including Cape May, in its upcoming swimsuit issue. The magazine released some sneak peeks from the Island Beach State Park shoot this week to promote the upcoming publication. The magazine shot model Hannah Davis on location at Island Beach State Park, in Cape [...]
Cape May, NJ – On a foggy January morning in Cape May, Cory Booker, New Jersey’s political all star and new U.S. Senator, donned sweat pants and a Coast Guard sweat shirt and limbered up with the Coast Guard. Then he ran a mile with the Coasties along Pennsylvania and Delaware Avenues, all the while [...]
Cape May, NJ – After several bitter cold days, it was bound to happen. Edges of the Delaware Bay turned overnight from ripples of salt water into ripples of ice. You could see the waves frozen in place early Wednesday morning. The deep freeze extended up the Delaware River past Philadelphia to Trenton, where ice [...]