- Eagle Scout Honors Viet Nam Vets
- Wildwood Police to Pinch Grinch
- Warrior Signs to Play NCAA Division I Baseball
- 2015 Veterans Day
- New Construction Planned to Enhance Bayside Experience
- Landfill Capping Means Green for Wildwood
- Wildwood Street Named for Beloved Restaurateur
- Wildwood Police Make Touchdown in Children’s Lives
- Ten Honored by Commonwealth of Kentucky
- Mayor Troiano Meets with Governor Christie
- Wildwood Assists Cape May in Keeping Flood Waters Away
- South Jersey Beach Patrols raise $9296 To Help Susan G. Komen
- Chubby Checker Honored with Wildwood Mural
- Wildwood Board of Commissioners Photo Aug. 26, 2015
- City Honors Beach Patrol Chief
- Wildwood Craft Distillery Offers Taste of History
- Wildwoods Make Top Ten List for Family Beach Destination
- Wildwoods Named ‘Most Beautiful City’
- Wildwood Rated Top in the World as Best Beach Town
- Wildwood Named Best Shore Town
- TripAdvisor Awards Certificate of Excellence to Wildwood Boardwalk, Convention Center
- Wildwood Police Captain Graduates FBI Academy
- Wildwood Police Launch New Social Media Page
- Wildwood Swears in New Police Chief
- Wildwoods Ranked No. 1 Rising Vacation Destination in Nation
Mayor Troiano’s Thanksgiving Message
Almost 400 years ago 102 passengers set sail for a new world and a new life in a land where they could freely practice their religion and build a better future. Met by local Native Americans, those passengers learned to work cooperatively to bring their dreams to fruition. Four centuries later, we continue to enjoy the result of that hard work.
Here in the City of Wildwood, we’ll celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday by enjoying a meal with loved ones to give thanks for all that we hold dear. We are thankful for our families, our friends and this great nation and all those men and women who proudly serve and protect us both here and abroad. May God protect those who protect us.
Whether your holiday includes a watching a parade, playing a game of football, or spending time with family, I encourage you to give thanks to those who continue to keep us free. As we sit down to eat our turkey dinner, please take a moment to give thanks to those who are not at their family’s table because they are in service to our nation.
On behalf of the Board of Commissioners of the City of Wildwood, we are thankful to each and every resident of our city. We look forward to continue working cooperatively to keeping Wildwood great.