Middle Township Police are asking members of the public to move their vehicles off local roadways. A Winter Storm Warning is now in effect and Police are asking cards to be moved off the roadway so County and State road crews can conduct plowing operations.
Former Middle Township football coach and vice principal Philip Exley has passed away at the age of 68. According to his obituary, Exley died Tuesday in his hometown of Easton, PA. Exley recently battled a lengthy illness.
Middle Township will hold its official reorganization meeting on January 4th. Committeeman Ike Gandy will be sworn in to a new term in office. The Township has an item on the agenda to authorize the request for proposals for emergency medical services. Tuesday’s meeting begins at 7pm.
The Middle Township School District confirmed that students will be in class next Monday. Superintendent Dr. David Salvo announced that students will be asked to follow certain guidelines for in-person instruction, including wearing a well fitted mask, and a requirement for students who feel sick to say home. Remote instruction will continue to those who…
Middle Township Police are looking for two masked subjects who broke into a home in Rio Grande Friday and stole money. The robbery occurred at a home located in the 200 block of Vermont Avenue. Police say the home was potentially targeted, and the robbery may not have been a random attack. There was one…
Middle Township Police will be participating in a “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” campaign. Police announced this week that the campaign began December 3rd and will run through the New Year’s holiday. Nearly one quarter of all motor vehicle accidents in New Jersey last year were related to alcohol use.
Hugits in Cape May Court House is no more. The longstanding sandwich shop announced on social media that it was closing for good on November 30th and it posted a photo of the empty shop on its social media page. Hugits had a 40 year run servicing the local area. A new eatery is expected…
Middle Township’s annual Christmas parade will be held this Friday night in Cape May Court House. The parade steps off at 6pm, and will conclude with Santa and Mrs. Claus appearing in front of Township Hall an hour later.
Heritage couldn’t make it in Cape May Court House. Before the Thanksgiving holiday, the store issued a notice to the public that it was closing its store, and it’s closed today. Heritage was in business for seven years locally.
Thanksgiving Day will mark the 30th anniversary of the disappearance of Mark Himebaugh. Himebaugh disappeared on November 25th, 1991 at the age of 11. He was last seen in Del Haven, walking towards a park. Middle Township Police continue to ask the public for tips that would close this case.