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Year: 2011

Cape May Remembers 9/11 Tenth Anniversary

Although storm clouds threatened and eventually brought the event to a sudden halt, Cape May City’s 9/11 10th Anniversary Remembrance completed its ceremony with, as Cape May Mayor Edward Mahaney remarked, a much larger than usual crowd in attendance. The event included music from the Cape Harmonaires as well as remarks from Mayor Mahaney, West… Read more »


Best of Cape May 2011 Results

Every year for seven years, we’ve asked our readers for their opinions on everything Cape May has to offer, from the best restaurants to the best place to grab a martini, and everything in between. Here are this year’s winners and runners up: Best Bed & Breakfast: The Queen Victoria Runner Up: The Carroll Villa… Read more »


In Pictures: After Irene

Cape May was spared the destruction that Hurricane Irene caused other communities along the East Coast. We have received many phone calls, e-mails, and Facebook inquiries from people all over the country wondering what Cape May’s beaches look like post-hurricane. Well, see for yourself!