The Chamber of Commerce of Greater Cape May held their annual Light Up Cape May contest to determine the best-decorated houses and businesses this holiday season. Awards will be given at the Chamber Social Tuesday, Dec 12th at Elaines Restaurant. Here are this year’s winners: Business Window 1. Spirit Catcher Photography 2. Fralingers 3. Delaneys… Read more »
Along with Hilton Head, South Carolina, Point Reyes, California, West Beach, Alabama and Cape Blanco Oregon, nationwide car retailer CarMax has selected Cape May as one the top places to visit this fall. CarMax editors offer tips before your trip and lots of suggestions for the right kind of ride. Read “Best Places to Travel… Read more »
It’s August, which means we are asking you to tell us what you consider to be the best in Cape May, from fish tacos to Bed & Breakfast Inns. The survey takes about ten minutes to complete, and the results are hand-tallied at the end of August. Vote now at bestofcapemay.com
Since being wounded in The Battle of Saipan during World War II, Marvin Hume has been eligible for the prestigious Purple Heart, a military decoration which he refuses to this day.
A treasured attraction fancied by guests and tourists, such as an heirloom or striking architectural element, is an innkeeper’s rendition of a show-stopper – and cause for conversation.
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.
Not many marriages are perfect, but one exception might be for the one between creativity and practicality. Among the offspring of this union, one of the most beloved is the American quilt.
The centerpiece of this exhibit reads: “On the morning of September 11, 2001, as the World Trade Center tragedy unfolded, thousands of men and women who were on or near the waters of New York harbor converged in any way possible. Answering the Coast Guard’s radio call for all available boats, hundreds of vessels raced… Read more »
If a picture is worth a thousand words, a wedding album is priceless. Some of Cape May’s finest photographers generously shared their favorite wedding portraits with us and their thoughts as to why that particular photo is their favorite.
According to an old undated newspaper filed away at the Cape May County Museum, an author identified only as Z.H. recalls a story told to him about Captain Kidd’s treasure supposedly buried in Cape May County.