Category: Cape May County

OPINION: Jersey Shore Slammed by Hurricane Murphy

By David Frank _ Why does Phil Murphy hate small-business owners so much? The recent budget crisis may have averted a shutdown but the cost of the “solution” will be borne by thousands of people that rent and own vacation Read More

NJ-02: Former GOP rival DeWeese to host fundraiser for Democrat Van Drew

WILDWOOD, N.J. — Dave DeWeese came as close as anyone ever has to dethroning state Senator Jeff Van Drew during the 2011 legislative election cycle, falling under 4,000 votes shy over winning out of over 45,000 votes cast. Flash forward Read More

Phil Murphy’s response to the Wildwood punching video was unhelpful

By Matt Rooney _ We still don’t really know what happened on that beach in Wildwood, Save Jerseyans. Unless you were there? I wasn’t. The popular Cape May County beach resort’s mayor said Tuesday that soon-to-be-released body cam footage will Read More

ELECTION ’18: GOP longshots Goldberg, Grossman team up at the Jersey Shore

TRENTON, N.J. — Republican state-wide campaigns (and general election ambitions) live and die on the margins produced at the Jersey Shore, the iconic region of the Garden State that’s working class, small business-owning population provided Chris Christie’s margin of victory Read More

Fiocchi wins the Cape May GOP line

By The Staff _ CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE, N.J. – Former Assemblyman Sam Fiocchi (R-1) won the backing of Cape May County’s Republicans on Monday night in pursuit of the NJ-02 congressional nomination. District 2 encompasses all of Salem, Cumberland, Read More

LD1 FLASHPOINT: GOP Bounces Assembly Candidate From Its County Line

The Republican Party is walking away from one of its two Assembly candidates in one of New Jersey’s most competitive legislative districts. On Thursday afternoon, Cape May County GOP Chairman Marcus Karavan announced that his organization is dropping candidate Brian McDowell from Read More

What snow? Shore, South Jersey dodge blizzard smacking rest of N.J.

A 40 to 50 mile shift in a low pressure system over the ocean has made a big difference in how much snow South Jersey and the Jersey Shore will receive from the nor’easter. That’s likely to result in a Read More