New leadership is coming to the Middle Township Regular Republican Organization. The Middle Township Gazette reports that leader Ed Taylor and deputy leader Pat Taylor both resigned during the group’s monthly meeting earlier this month. Deputy leader Joe Fulford will serve as acting leader until a new leader is selected.
In one of the best boys basketball games of the month, Lower Cape May knocked off Wildwood Saturday with a 64-62 win. Pat Holden scored 21 points and grabbed five rebounds for the Caper Tigers. Wildwood was led by Trayvon Young, who scored 14 points. Lower won its fourth game of the season.
This time it was insanity. Hundreds of brave souls braved 20 degree temperatures and wind chills below zero to participate Saturday in Sea Isle City’s 22nd annual polar bear plunge. The plunge is a widely popular event in Sea Isle, bringing expected crowds of between 30,000 to 40,000 visitors for President’s Day weekend.
A 15 year old boy who was reported missing in Lower Township is safe and sound. Lower Township Police announced Saturday evening that Tomas Pratts was located after being reported missing by his mother earlier in the day. Pratts was last seen around noontime Saturday when he ran into a wooded area in the Villas.