COUNTY ANNOUNCES TWO LOWER TOWNSHIP DEATHS FROM COVID-19

Cape May County health officials announced that two more women have perished as a result of Covid-19, both females from Lower Township.  Monday’s totals showed seven new community cases, with five of them in Cape May.  There are 140 community cases, and 143 active non-resident cases.  Nearly two thirds of the non-resident cases are in …

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COUNTY TOURISM TARGETING MARKETING DOLLARS CLOSER TO HOME

The Cape May County Department of Tourism is re-focusing some of its tourism marketing efforts this summer due to the closure of the United States-Canada border, which has now been extended until late August.  Canadian business represents about seven percent of the entire County’s tourism base through July and August.  The Department has tightened its …

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