Lower Township Police reported Saturday morning that a portion of Fishing Creek Road between Breakwater Road and Charles Street remains closed from a motor vehicle accident on Friday. Crews are working to resolve the problem; there was a downed utility pole in the area. The closure is expected to last most of the day.
Lower Township Police have a new, updated website. Police say the new website is now available at lowertownshippolice.com and has new features including the ability to fill out a police report, sending anonymous tips, and others. Police say more new information will be added.
County officials announced Friday that emergency work on a portion of Bayshore Road where Middle and Lower townships meet will continue next week. Three foot cast iron culvert pipes need to be replaced in the area. The balance of the work, including the new roadway, is anticipated to be completed by April 7th.
There are plenty of people conducting short term rentals of homes illegally in Lower Township, and the Township is now making that practice stop. The Cape May Star and Wave reports that the Township will spend over $26,000 with a company to crack down on rental properties that have no rental licenses. Township Manager Mike…
There will be some additional overnight bridge closures on the Middle Thorofare Bridge in the coming weeks. County officials announced that the bridge will be closed overnight on March 23rd, March 26th, and again on April 6th. The bridge, which connects the southern Wildwoods to Lower Township, will open the next morning at 5:00am.
Lower Cape May Regional High School is the mock trial champions of New Jersey. Lower Cape May came out on top of a field that included participation from 196 schools statewide. The team included Nikolas Frey, Holly Karavanas, Liv Longshore, Elise Heim, John Payne, and Anna Davids, according to a release.
Another case of an unexploded ordinance found in a yard..but this time, it was in Lower Township. Police there say a resident on Washington Boulevard in North Cape May found the ordinance in a yard Wednesday morning. A safety perimeter was established, and the ordinance was eventually disposed of properly.
Lower Township Police have announced that a portion of Fulling Mill Road has been reopened after a repair to a sewer. Police say the section of Fulling Mill Road between Mowery and Franklin avenues opened again on Monday following the completion of emergency repairs.
A technical issue, and not Covid-19, has closed down the Motor Vehicle Commission center in Cape May County. NJ.com reports that the center has been closed due to a network outage. The report suggests drivers who had appointments will have to start the process over again to get a transaction done. Note: The report says…
Lower Township Police say a portion of Fulling Mill Road is closed between Mowery and Franklin avenues. There is a sewer main collapse in the area, and there are detours around the affected area. The repairs will begin on Thursday and will be completed as soon as possible, according to police.