Lower Cape May Regional High School basketball star Pat Holden will continue his playing career at Widener University. Brian Cunniff of CoastSportsToday.com reports exclusively that Holden is one of five Cape May County high school boys basketball players to pass the 2,000 career point mark in his career. For more, see the story on CoastSportsToday.com.
This Wednesday through Friday, northbound traffic will be detoured along Route 9 in Lower Township for milling and paving work. The northbound lane of Route 9 will be closed from 7am until 5pm from Breakwater Road to Route 47. Southbound traffic will be maintained at all times.
A major reconstruction project impacting a section of Bayshore Road in the Villas will begin next Monday. County officials say the reconstruction of the roadway will take place between Wilde and Weber avenues in the community. Traffic will be detoured to parallel streets du8ring the construction project, which should be wrapped up in early June.
A Cape May resident has started a Go Fund Me page in an attempt to help students pay off their student lunch debt at Lower Cape May Regional High School. The Cape May Star and Wave reports that Jeremiah Schenerman set up the page to help students who are given IOUs if they can’t afford…
72 year old Carol A. Adams of was killed during a motor vehicle accident Friday afternoon in Lower Township. Police say Adams’s vehicle drove into a house near the intersection of Breakwater and Seashore Roads in the Township. Adam’s vehicle crashed into a home located at 555 Seashore Road. A male passenger inside her car…
Lower Township Police are participating in a “No Shave April” event in order to raise money for a summer police youth camp. Officers will let their facial hair grow and accept donations for the camp that is geared towards middle and high school students; funds also are raised for camp activities.
Lower Township Police sent two L.E.A.D. officers to a convention in Atlantic City. Jennifer Anzelone and Eric Coombs attended the convention hosted by the Law Enforcement Against Drugs program. The vision of the program is to create safer, healthier communities free of drugs, bullying and violence.
Lower Township has now joined two other communities in a public advocacy program that involves Cape Assist. Lower Township will now work with a New Jersey Certified Drug and Alcohol Counselor to assist residents. The program will help those who are battling with dependency issues who appear in a court for an offense that stems…
Lower Township’s council meets Monday evening and is set to adopt a new municipal budget for 2018. Council will also hold discussion on ordinances that address the beaches and parks in the community. A change order associated with the beach drive pavement extension project will also be considered.
County freeholders will consider a resolution on Tuesday that will provide for up to $993,000 in funding for the Beach Drive Recreation Project in Lower Township. The Board is also expected to hold a public hearing on the amended 2018 County budget.