Cape May


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a cape of southeast New Jersey extending into the Atlantic Ocean

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When I started at the Cape May County Library in 2008, I was a simple teen librarian who always had video games on the brain.
The city ultimately found a sponsor, the Cape May Ministerium, which is an inter-denominational clergy group, the Press of Atlantic City reported.
The six branches - Somers Point, Tuckahoe, Cape May Court House, Cape May, Rio Grande, Wildwood Crest and North Wildwood - with approximately USD153m in combined total deposits and approximately USD4m in fixed assets, were sold for a premium on deposits of 8.
I volunteer as a raptor bander with the Cape May Raptor Banding Project (CMRBP).
Cape May marks New Jersey's southern tip, where the Delaware Bay meets the Atlantic Ocean.
14 May 2010 - S&P on Thursday upgraded to AA from AA- its ratings on general obligation (GO) bonds issued by Cape May County and Cape May County Municipal Utility Authority, New Jersey.
MetroPCS Communications Inc (NYSE:PCS), a provider of unlimited wireless communications service for a flat-rate with no signed contract, has announced the expansion of its service to the Cumberland, Atlantic and Cape May counties, in the US.
In 1982, he became editor of the Cape May County Herald in southern New Jersey, where he guided that weekly newspaper from a 20-page print edition into a 60-plus page weekly with Internet presence by the time of his retirement in 2007, when he became editor emeritus.
Comparing little old Cape May to Paris-wow ["Summer Love for Two," April 10]
Without this stopover at Cape May, the shorebirds would become extinct.
His wish came true - he now owns his own publishing firm in seaside resort Cape May, New Jersey, and has launched a successful entertainment mag Exit Zero.
Director of the Cape May Bird Observatory in New Jersey and author of many books for bird-watchers, Dunne encourages his readers to narrow their focus and to concentrate on the birds that live near them.
95, 60 minutes) introduces the viewer to such remarkable sights and landmarks as Cape May, Baymen's Seafood and Music Festival, Atlantic City, a historical reenactment of the Springfield Battle of the American Revolution, and dueling knights and Andalusian stallions in Lyndhurst.
The Cape May warbler begins its northward journey from the Dominican Republic.