A Canadian high pressure system will wick away the humidity stuck overhead for the past couple of days. However, once a cold front passes us on Thursday, the next high pressure system will keep us sultry for the foreseeable future.
CAPE MAY — “Gentlemen, let’s drop all lines,” Capt. Jeff Stewart Jr. announced over the rumble of boat engines as crew members untethered the vessel from the docks at Miss Chris Marina, home of the Cape May Whale Watcher.
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A long-lasting surge of summer will be coming at the end of this week.
New Jersey voters may be voting in November to allow the state to take out a $1 billion bond to pay for school projects, including expansion to vocational schools and school security upgrades.
Changes to the School Funding Reform Act that would mean big increases for several Atlantic County school districts, but cuts almost across the board in Cumberland and Cape May counties, hang in the balance as the state government continues its budget debate.
The Middle Township School District reports that former Superintendent Theodore Johnson died Thursday.
CAPE MAY — An oil leak from a nearby bed and breakfast closed a portion of the beach near Ocean Street on Friday.
At least 42 percent of newly diagnosed cancers in the United States are potentially avoidable, according to a recent American Cancer Society report, and that holds especially true for the many types of skin cancers.
Did you know America's largest crabbing tournament is right here in Somers Point? That's right! Assault on Patcong Creek Crabbing Tournament takes places every year in this Atlantic County town. Over 450 crabbers come down to kick off the summer season. Besides the tournament, Ron Meischker …
CAPE MAY — Veterans from Vineland Veterans Memorial Home visited the U.S. Coast Guard Training Center in Cape May to attend a graduation, according to a news release.
MIDDLE TOWNSHIP — Authorities are investigating a shooting Thursday in the Del Haven section of the township, Cape May County Prosecutor Jeffrey H. Sutherland announced.
Former Philadelphia Phillies first baseman and world champion Ryan Howard was in the area Friday afternoon.
Day two of America's largest crabbing tournament is Saturday in Somers Point (and the nearby surrounding waters). Friday morning's Assault on Patcong Creek competition was cloudy, but held out dry. With scattered showers expected through the Friday afternoon commute and into Friday night, ho…
For the second year, the Nothing Down organization will hold a family fun walk and celebration Saturday at the South Jersey Field of Dreams in support of children with Down syndrome.
Stafford Township Mayor John Spodofora has spent months researching the best way to stop retailers’ thin plastic bags from polluting his township and gumming up the works at the Ocean County recycling facility.
ATLANTIC CITY — Once again, dozens of people will go “Over the Edge” to raise money for local mentorships.
It’s that time of year when diamondback terrapins that live in salt-marsh water are coming out — and often across roadways — to lay eggs above the high tide line.
While there will be up and down probabilities of rain this weekend, one thing for certain is it will end much warmer than how it began.
The fate of the Mid-Atlantic Ocean Action Plan, which took years to develop and was starting to be used by government, industry and researchers, is in limbo after actions taken by President Donald Trump this week.
World conflict is likely to increase over access to fisheries, as species move north in response to a warming ocean, according to a Rutgers University study published last week in the journal Science.
There are many ways to classify summer. Some use Memorial Day weekend. In the meteorology world, June 1 is the start of the season. Teachers, children and some eager parents use the last day of school to mark the occasion.
You may not have noticed, but a magnitude 1.6 earthquake hit South Jersey early Thursday morning.
All is right in the world, at least in South Jersey, as the summer solstice arrives at 6:07 a.m. Thursday.
The 96th street bridge in Stone Harbor will be closed from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m for repairs Wednesday and Thursday night.
NORTH WILDWOOD — With about 130 employees, the Gateway 26 casino arcade is one of the largest employers on the Wildwoods Boardwalk outside of Morey’s Piers.