Cape May is practicing social distancing in response to the threat of COVID-19. City beaches and the promenade are closed. See what businesses have takeout and online shopping

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Local businesses step up to help with shortages

We all know that personal care items like toilet paper and hand sanitizer are in high demand and short supply right now. There’s also a shortage of N95 surgical masks, the kind that can filter particles as small as the coronavirus, in the United States. These local businesses are stepping up to help. Nauti Spirits… Read more »


Get a Cape May County Library card online (and make a dent in that to-read list)

Even though Cape May County’s libraries are closed, you can still get a library card. We asked on Twitter, and the library told us to fill out their online registration. Instead of having you come in with your ID, they’ll reach out to complete the process. So what can you do with your library card… Read more »


Photos: A quiet stroll through town

A few of my favorite spots in town are a little quieter than normal. As I walked around to take these pictures, I saw a few cars driving around and people peppered on the beach. The spring air felt great with the warm breeze and sunshine hitting my face. Normally on a day like this,… Read more »


Zoo School goes virtual during the shutdown

The Cape May County Zoo is closed to visitors right now, but if you were looking forward to Zoo School (or if you live out of state and have never been able to attend), you’re in luck! Weekday mornings at 11:30, they’re releasing a video about a particular animal as a part of their new… Read more »


Cape May businesses that are temporarily or partially closed in response to COVID-19

New Jersey has closed restaurants and bars for eat-in service starting March 16 at 8pm. Additionally, Governor Murphy strongly discourages “all non-essential and non-emergency travel” from 8pm to 5am. In his press conference, he asked everyone to stay home during those times, when possible, until further notice. In response to the threat of COVID-19, the… Read more »


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