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Nature's Truck Stop: Fall Features Convoys of Migrating Seabirds, Butterflies & Dragonflies  in Cape May & Seven Mile Beach

Nature's Truck Stop: Fall Features Convoys of Migrating Seabirds, Butterflies & Dragonflies in Cape May & Seven Mile Beach

Every fall in Cape May means one thing: It’s time for the great migrations of wildlife headed south to warmer climates and abundant food.

Summers with Mack & Ada: Granddaughter's tales paint lively picture of Avalon couple from mid-1900s

Summers with Mack & Ada: Granddaughter's tales paint lively picture of Avalon couple from mid-1900s

Bernice “Bernie” Geier has many happy childhood memories of Avalon from more than 70 years ago. During that period, Avalon was still in many ways an undeveloped slice of land nestled between the bay and the Atlantic Ocean.

For You, Brett: Avalon Lifeguard Plans to Swim Hawaiian Channel in Memory of Colleague and Friend

For You, Brett: Avalon Lifeguard Plans to Swim Hawaiian Channel in Memory of Colleague and Friend

When you join the Avalon Beach Patrol, you become part of a special group, and the bonds you make there last a lifetime. You share an even greater connection with the people from your rookie class.

They've Heard It All: Temple TV Sports Talk Show Features Two Alums of the Diller Vacation Home for Blind Children

They've Heard It All: Temple TV Sports Talk Show Features Two Alums of the Diller Vacation Home for Blind Children

Matt Wallace remembers the trips to the fudge shop. He was a chocolate peanut butter guy. Nick Gomberg was chocolate marshmallow. They are the best of friends since childhood, but that does not mean they agree on everything. They needle each other one moment, praise each other the next. Yes, they do finish each other’s sentences. With wit and wisdom and a dazzling gift for remembering details, who, what, when, where. They are both blind. They share that total darkness, born without eyes, a condition called bilateral anopthalmia.

Peddling Off Into the Sunset: Sadly, The Paper Peddler Becomes a Thing of the Past

Peddling Off Into the Sunset: Sadly, The Paper Peddler Becomes a Thing of the Past

Sept. 28 dawned as a warm, early-fall Sunday at the Jersey Shore. The temperature sign on the Sturdy Bank Building on Dune Drive in Avalon already registered 72 degrees at about 6:15am. A man in a blue T-shirt and shorts was walking his dog briskly along Dune Drive.

Hosts of Christmas Past: Dennisville House Tour an Old-Fashioned Activity

Hosts of Christmas Past: Dennisville House Tour an Old-Fashioned Activity

Take a step back in time and experience an old-fashioned Christmas at the 26th annual Historic Dennisville Christmas House Tour, which takes place on Saturday, Dec. 20, from 5 to 9pm.

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A whale right off our shore!? Phil Tartaglione and his son Philip witnessed it Sunday around 1pm as they were boating out of Townsend's Inlet.

 

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