Local Man Donates 30 foot Tree for Annual Congress Hall Holiday Celebration Congress Hall’s Christmas tree is a time honored Cape May tradition. This year’s tree was donated by Mr. John Gerolstein, a local resident of Cape May. Workers cut down the 30-foot Blue Spruce Evergreen on Monday, November 19th and then transported it the… Read more »
The first of Cape May’s three Christmas Tree Lightings took place Saturday at the Physick Estate grounds. The Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts event kicks off the holiday season on the Island and kids were thrilled to see Santa arrive just in time to pull the switch and light the giant tree. Visitors could also… Read more »
Let it be known that Cape May is open and ready to welcome any and all who might be looking for a Thanksgiving retreat!
After choosing your new puppy/dog, you want to infuse all the love you can into growing, training, and adjusting to the family as a full fledged happy member.
Although the results will not be official until Nov. 19, it looks as though incumbents Council Member Terri Swain and Mayor Edward Mahaney have retained their seats for another four years.
The Laudemans: Still making waves in fishing
City Manager Bruce MacLeod attributed Cape May’s good fortune to two things – the eye of the storm passing just north of us 2.5 hours in advance of high tide and wind shifts which kept tidal surges at bay.