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SPIRIT AIRLINES ADDS SUMMER SERVICE AT ACY

Published Friday, April 28, 2017
Egg Harbor Township, NJ - April 26, 2017 -- Spirit Airlines will resume operating seasonal service from Boston (BOS) and Atlanta (ATL) to Atlantic City International Airport (ACY) beginning April 27, 2017. Additionally, the airline has announced an increase of one daily seasonal roundtrip between ACY and Orlando International Airport, bringing the total to more»

Cape May Brewing Co. Announces a Collaboration Beer with Weyerbacher Brewing Co.

Published Friday, April 7, 2017
Cape May, NJ-- Cape May Brewing Company, the Jersey Shore’s premier local brewery, is excited to announce an upcoming collaboration with one of the region’s leading breweries. CMBC is partnering with Weyerbacher Brewery of Easton, PA, to develop an India Pale Lager, Paradise 160, in draft release on May 19th. “As we move into our sixth more»

Aviation Museum Celebrating 20th Anniversary

Published Monday, December 5, 2016
Cape May Airport, NJ: Naval Air Station Wildwood (NASW) Aviation Museum is celebrating its 20th Anniversary in 2017. The staff at the Aviation Museum has created a limited edition 20th Anniversary Challenge Coin that is part of the 2017 Membership Challenge which starts today. With a goal of 350 new members in 2017, each new and renewing member will more»

Cape May Bird Observatory: Connecting People to Nature for 40 Years & Counting

Published Wednesday, October 12, 2016
When you pull into the parking lot of Cape May Point State Park, you can’t help but immediately notice the many people standing on a large multilayered platform to your left with binoculars and cameras in hand. What could they possibly be looking at? What’s so fascinating up there? Well, birds, of course. When Cape May Bird Observatory (CMBO) more»

Cape May Brewing Company Celebrates Barrel Aged Beer Day with a Special Tour and Pour

Published Thursday, September 29, 2016
Cape May, NJ - Barrel-Aged Beer Day is Friday, October 7th, and Cape May Brewing Company will be celebrating like the pioneers in barrel-aging that they’ve come to be. To celebrate the day, beginning at 6pm on October 7th, attendees will get a special barrel-specific tour from their Tasting Room at 1288 Hornet Road in Cape May, hosted by Brewer Mark more»

Cape May Brewing Company Announced as Finalist

Published Tuesday, September 27, 2016
(Cape May, N.J.) – Cape May Brewing Company, one of the top manufacturers of craft beer in the state of New Jersey, has been announced as a finalist in the Manufacturer of the Year (Start-Up/ Young Manufacturing Company) category for the 2016 New Jersey Manufacturing Awards. The winner will be announced at the annual “Made in New Jersey” more»

Why Cape May Is a Draw for Hawkwatchers From All Over the World

Published Wednesday, September 14, 2016
The wooden hawkwatch platform at Cape May Point State Park is a prized destination for birdwatchers at this time of year. The platform, which ranks among the best hawkwatching spots in the world, is home base for Cape May's three-month-long annual hawk count, which began on September 1. With a maximum capacity of 200 people, the platform is frequently more»

KONG TURNS ONE: MOREY’S PIERS HOSTS SUPERSIZED BIRTHDAY

Published Wednesday, June 8, 2016
The Wildwoods, NJ – June 8, 2016 – Standing 20 ft. tall and weighing a whopping 4,400 pounds, KONG, the beloved gorilla themed amusement ride, turns one year old and to celebrate, Morey’s Piers is hosting a first birthday party of gigantic proportions. KONG’s first birthday party will take place on Thursday, June 23 from 1pm to more»

Lower Township Advises Residents of Beach and Bay Regulations

Published Wednesday, May 25, 2016
Lower Township Council and government officials welcomes residents and visitors to responsibly enjoy the township’s shoreline this Memorial Day weekend. Residents and visitors to the township’s beaches are reminded that they are responsible for cleaning up after themselves and carrying out waste where trash cans are not available. The public is more»

NJDOT announces southbound detour around Tuckahoe River bridge for Memorial Day weekend

Published Wednesday, May 25, 2016
TUCKAHOE – The New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) Wednesday announced a Route 50 southbound detour that will last through Memorial Day weekend. The move comes as holiday traffic is expected and the Tuckahoe River bridge is closed to one lane of alternating traffic. There is also road construction underway on Route 50 in Tuckahoe. more»
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