A Lower Township Police Officer has tested positive for coronavirus. Lower Township Police announced Friday morning that the officer is part of the patrol unit and has been recovering at home. The origin of how the officer contracted the virus is und…
A Lower Township Police Officer has tested positive for coronavirus. Lower Township Police announced Friday morning that the officer is part of the patrol unit and has been recovering at home. The origin of how the officer contracted the virus is under investigation.
Lower Township has closed Township Hall to the public, and is closing the municipal court. Mayor Frank Sippel announced that all group activities and programs are also cancelled at the recreation and Millman centers until further notice.
The Lower Cape May Regional School District has announced breakfast and lunch distribution to students who receive a free or reduced meal. They can be picked up between the hours of 9am and Noon at six different locations; a bus will be provided in three locations to serve the Wildwood area.
The Cape May Lewes Ferry will continue operations, but walk on passengers will be disallowed. Those coming on the ferry inside a vehicle are urged to stay in their vehicles during the ferry crossing. These restrictions go in to effect on Wednesday.
Police departments in Middle and Lower townships are now offering phone reporting options for non emergency calls for service that do not require evidence to be collected or an on-scene investigation. Residents in both communities are encouraged to utilize this option if they have an incident meeting this criteria.
The Lower Cape May Regional School District has cancelled all field trips. In a letter dated March 11th that appears on the district’s website, Superintendent Joseph Castelucci announced that all assemblies, dances, concerts, evening events and sporting events will remain as scheduled.
Two Woodbine men have been charged with the drug inducted death of a Lower Township man over the weekend. Cape May County Prosecutor Jeffrey Sutherland announced that 30 year old Luis A. Vazquez and 41 year old Alexander Davis of Woodbine have both been charged with causing the death of 31 year old Derek Clayton…
The Lower Township Council meets Monday evening and is expected to hold a hearing on the 2020 municipal budget. Council will also consider a resolution that will approve nine concerts to be held at the ferry terminal this year, and consider the approval of a person to person transfer of a liquor license held by…
43 year old Andrew Wells of the Villas has been charged with peddling methamphetamine in Cape May County. Cape May County Prosecutor Jeffrey Sutherland says Wells was nabbed in Rio Grande on January 31st; over one ounce of crystal meth was recovered by authorities. Wells was charged with possession and distribution offenses.