WOODBINE TO HOLD PRECONSTRUCTION MEETING

Mayor William Pikolycky is pleased to announce that there will be a preconstruction meeting concerning Woodbine’s Safe Routes to School project with representatives of the Department of Transportation,  contractor Charles Marandino, and Borough professionals on June 3 at 10 a.m. at the Woodbine Municipal Building. This construction will add sidewalks to approximately twelve blocks that do not…

WILDWOOD CREST TO HOLD WEEKEND CONCERT

One of the Delaware Valley’s longest-running and most popular party bands will kick off the 2011 Borough of Wildwood Crest Free Live Music Series on Memorial Day Weekend. The Fabulous Greaseband, a high-energy seven-member rock-and-roll party band featuring the best music of the ‘50s, ‘60s, ‘70s, ‘80s and ‘90s, will provide entertainment for the entire…

COAST GUARD TO HOST SUNSET PARADES

In celebration of “The Year of the Coast Guard Family,” Coast Guard Training Center Cape May will host four sunset parade ceremonies this summer. The first parade will be held Sunday, May 29, 2011 at 7:50 p.m. Sunset Parades are colorful, inspiring military ceremonies featuring the recruit band, drill team, marching troops, cannon fire, and…

MIDDLE POLICE LAUNCH “COPS AND COFFEE”

The Middle Township Police Department will be launching a new community relations program labeled “Cops And Coffee”.  This program is designed to give the public a chance to speak with our local police officers in a casual setting and exchange ideas and concerns over a cup of coffee.  This program will be monthly, at local…

WILDWOODS TAKES HOME BEST BEACHES AWARD

Five Cape May County beaches were ranked in the top-10 of the state. The Wildwoods won beach overall. Ocean City came in third, Sea Isle City fourth, Cape May fifth, and Cape May Point ninth. The Wildwoods won in four categories, including Best Overall, Best Family Beach, Best Eco Tourism Beach, and Best Day Tripper…

OCEAN CITY HIRES NEW FOOTBALL COACH

A new football coach has the job in Ocean City. Kevin Smith was hired to replace Mark Impagliazzo who stepped down from his post. The decision was confirmed by the Board of Education on Wednesday. Smith was previously serving as the team’s offensive coordinator and will take the step up to be the head coach.

AVALON APPROVES SHELTER PLAN FOR RESIDENTS

A new emergency management plan in Avalon included the availablity of sheltering for first-responder’s family and elderly. Avalon Mayor Martin Pagliughi presented the plan that involves the offshore evacuation of residents in the event of a major hurricane or another natural disaster. A key component of the Avalon Emergency Management plan is an agreement with…

REPORT: MAYOR CALLS OUT SOLICITOR IN VINELAND

Some disciplinary action is coming the way of the solicitor in Vineland. The Daily Journal reports that Mayor Robert Romano made the decision after a city-owned vehicle was damaged in an accident that the police weren’t notified about. The report says Alfred Verderose said he didn’t report it because he thought the damage was under…