Lower Cape May Regional High School will induct three individuals into its Sports Hall of Fame during a ceremony on December 1st. CoastSportsToday.com reports exclusively that Robert Jackson, Carol Faison, and Gabrielle Whalen are the individual inductees; for more, see Brian Cunniff’s story on CoastSportsToday.com.
A drainage improvement project is coming to a section of Bayshore Road in North Cape May that will result in one lane of traffic, starting Monday. The County announced that Bayshore Road near Old Mill Road in North Cape May will be impacted. The work is expected to take about three days to complete.
The Lower Township Council meets Monday night and may approve a new contract between the Township and its superior police officers. Council is expected to go into closed session to discuss a potential four year contract agreement. Council is also expected to award a contract for the preparation of an approved tax map.
Boys’ soccer teams from Lower Cape May Regional and Wildwood High schools donned shirts to support the awareness of breast cancer during their matchup Wednesday evening in Erma. The teams have also ordered 300 pink shirts that players from both sides have been selling to raise money to fight the disease. For more, see…
Lower Cape May football quarterback Brennan Ray is the CoastSportsToday.com Athlete of the Week. Ray ran for 80 yards and three touchdowns to help the Caper Tigers to their first win of the season, 58-0 over Wildwood on Saturday afternoon. For a complete look at high school sports, log on to www.CoastSportsToday.com
The Lower Township Council will meet Monday evening and will consider an ordinance amendment that will create three, four-way stop intersections in the Township. Council is also expected to make four appointments to the Historical Preservation Commission during the meeting which begins at 7:00pm.
The Cape May County Freeholders are looking to make improvements to Sunset Boulevard which runs through Lower Township, West Cape May, and Cape May Point. The Board has authorized a study that will examine all of the interests of the Boulevard that involve motor vehicles, pedestrians, and bicyclists. A majority of the project’s length is…
Lower Township Police have announced that two local roadways will be closed Sunday morning starting at 9am, for two hours, to facilitate a 5K run. Sections of Townbank Road and Shunpike Road will both be closed Sunday morning; motorists should seek an alternate route.
A local postal worker who collected more than $75,000 in federal Workman’s Compensation benefits has been caught posting vacation pictures of ziplining and other activities on social media. Attorney General Christopher Porrino says 59 year old Robert McGeehan of Lower Township is charged with second degree theft by deception and with third degree insurance fraud.
An official ribbon cutting event was held on Friday to celebrate the connector between the Lower and Middle townships bicycle path. Freeholder Jeffrey Pierson and Lower Township Mayor Erik Simonsen cut the ribbon on the new connector, which allows bicyclists to ride from Route 109 in Cold Spring to the Cape May County Park and…