A 62 year old man from Cape May Court House was noted by the New Jersey Attorney General’s Office Saturday for violating Governor Phil Murphy’s stay at home executive order. The Office announced that Franklin Moore was charged by New Jersey State Police possession of heroin and motor vehicle violations after he was found unresponsive…
The Middle Township Police Department has been directly impacted by coronavirus. The Department announced that one officer has it, and is recovering at home. Four other officers have been quarantined. The Department previously segregated its ranks i…
The Middle Township Police Department has been directly impacted by coronavirus. The Department announced that one officer has it, and is recovering at home. Four other officers have been quarantined. The Department previously segregated its ranks into separate squads in the event one officer may test positive.
Middle Township’s campgrounds remain closed until further notice. Township Mayor Tim Donohue announced that a clarification letter has been received regarding the decision to close campgrounds that requires them to remain closed until further notice. Donohue says the campground owners have accepted the position.
Cape Regional Medical Center is in urgent need of protective masks and coverall suits. The hospital has released a bulletin to local businesses, asking for help. If you can provide these items to the hospital, please contact Tom Piratzky at 609-465-4042
The Middle Township School District is offering prepacked breakfast and lunch to locations in the community for students who are eligible. Superintendent Dave Salvo says seven locations have been chosen; meals can be picked up between the hours of Noon-1:30pm at any of the locations listed on the school district’s website.
Middle Township is closing its Town Hall, Construction and Zoning Offices, and Public Works buildings to the public. The Township will fully staff the buildings, and is asking members of the public to conduct business via telephone or email; or, you will have to schedule an appointment for a meeting.
There is a no visitor policy now in effect at the Cape Regional Health System. The System announced over the weekend that policy is in effect immediately, and will continue until further notice. Various community health groups that meet at the hospital for their functions have had their events cancelled at the facility until further…
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.
Some recreation programs and facilities in Middle Township are being impacted by the coronavirus. Committeeman Jim Norris announced all indoor activities and programs at the Martin Luther King Jr. Center and the Goshen Complex are cancelled until further notice. All scrimmages and games are cancelled through March 31st.