A new route for Middle Township’s annual Christmas parade Friday night. The parade will begin at 6pm on Pacific Avenue in Cape May Court House, then proceed north on Route 9, then turn left on Mechanic Street. The lineup for the parade starts at 5pm.
Primate Point is now open at the Cape May County Zoo. County Freeholder Marie Hayes and other officials were on hand Wednesday for the new primate exhibit that includes three exterior habitats and five indoor dens. Construction on the new area began nearly one year ago.
The Middle Township Committee will hold its reorganization meeting on New Year’s Day. During the meeting, republican Tim Donohue will be sworn in to another three-year term in office. During the meeting, official business will be conducted including the selection of the Mayor.
Middle Township is seeking it’s 2018 Top Dog. Township officials announced that the winner of the contest will be awarded a 2018 dog license from the Township and a basket of treats. Photos of dogs are being accepted by the Township through December 15th.
A donation of an automated external defibrillator helped save the life of a man from Cape May Court House. 43 year old Matt McAnaney was coaching a junior varsity football team on November 4th when he went down suddenly with a heart attack. The AED was used to save McAnaney, and it worked. McAnaney has…
Quarterback Brennan Ray scored on a two yard touchdown run, and freshman kicker Matthew Hays added the extra point with under a minute to go in the game as Lower Cape May stunned Middle Township in the annual Anchor Bowl football game, 21-20. Lower Cape May won its first Anchor Bowl since 2011, and took…
Middle Township has announced a route change for its annual Christmas parade to be held next Friday, December 1st. Township officials say this year’s parade will begin at 6pm on Pacific Avenue in Cape May Court House, proceed north on Route 9, and then turn on to Mechanic Street. Registrations for the parade are due…
Middle Township Police will be hosting a monthly Cops and Coffee program at the Avalon Coffee location in Cape May Court House. The event will be held Wednesday morning from 9:00-11:00am and provides an opportunity for Township residents to express any concerns they have about safety to the police.
Saturday will mark the 26th anniversary of the disappearance of Middle Township resident Mark Himebaugh. Himebaugh disappeared on November 25th, 1991 from Del Haven at the age of 11. Middle Township Police and the FBI continue to investigate the case. Police continue to solicit information from the public that could help solve this case.
Middle Township will host a free business resource funding and financing workshop on Tuesday, December 5th. Township officials say the workshop will be held at the municipal building and will include state and federal officials who specialize in small business development.