An alleged drunk driver from Somers Point caused a traffic accident that resulted in a power outage in Lower Township Saturday evening. Police say 28 year old Elizabeth Corey ran her vehicle off Seashore Road and hit a utility pole that caused an outage for over 1300 customers in the area of West Cape May.…
Lower Township Police are investigating a debris fire at a property on Route 9 in Erma on Friday. Police say the fire involved small pockets of flames that eventually burned up a trailer on the property. The investigation continues; if you have any information regarding this fire contact Lower Township Police.
The Lower Township Council met earlier this week and approved an emergency expenditure for the creation of new tax maps. The current tax maps are decades old. It will cost Lower Township over $700,000 for the creation of the new maps.
Republican Roland Roy is the winner in Lower Township’s Council election. Roy defeated challenger Chris Marlowe 1221-845 to win the Third Ward seat on the Lower Township Council. Republicans continue to control Council in Lower Township.
Two drunk driving arrests in just one week for 39 year old Jason Poole of North Cape May. Lower Township Police informed Coastal Broadcasting that Poole was charged with his second DUI Monday evening in the 700 block of Tabernacle Road. Poole was charged previously with the same crime on Halloween.
The Lower Township Council meets Monday night and could ratify a four year contract between the Township and its superior offices. Council may also consider a special emergency appropriation for the preparation of an approved tax map. The meeting starts Monday at 7:00pm.
Lower Township Police say someone tossed a Molotov cocktail into a motor vehicle parked on Delaware Parkway in the Villas early Thursday morning. The owners of the vehicle say they heard commotion outside and when they investigated, the interior of the car was in flames. There were no injuries. A witness told investigators that two…
Lower Cape May Regional High School dedicated its new field house on Saturday. The practice facility cost nearly $3 million and and was built on the site of former tennis courts. The project was part of a larger bond project that includes new roofs for some school buildings, and other amenities.
Lower Cape May Regional High School will unveil a new field house on Saturday. Officials say the ribbon-cutting ceremony will take place at 12 noon and the building will serve both scholastic and youth sports programs. The grand opening will coincide with homecoming.
A 30 year old local woman flipped her SUV in Lower Township Saturday evening in an accident that caused a neighborhood power outage. Lower Township Police say Stephanie Cresse of Erma was able to free herself from the SUV following the accident on Tabernacle Road. Cresse’s vehicle hit a fence and a utility pole during…