POLICE CHARGE THREE IN HOME INVASION

Three people were arrested for burglary that turned physical. Middle Township Police say that the burglary happened on May 1, just prior to 3:30 a.m. in Burleigh. Police arrested Brittney Camburn, of Del Haven, and two 17-year-old juveniles. The investigation continues and other arrests may be made. Camburn has been charged with burglary and conspiracy.…

CAPE MAY COUNTY TOURISM CONFERENCE WELL-ATTENDED

The 2011 Cape May County Tourism Conference was held Wednesday in the Freeholder’s Meeting Room to a standing room crowd. New Jersey Lt. Governor Kim Guadagno was the keynote speaker, stressing her accessibility to the voters, even giving out her cell phone number. Guadagno said the state has launched a new radio ad campaign, targeting…

BEACH THEATER SAGA ENDS IN CAPE MAY

According to the Press of Atlantic City, Cape May City Solicitor Tony Monzo announced that a lawsuit with Frank Investments has been settled, that will allow the Beach Theater to be demolished. The project has been a controversial topic for over four years, with dozens of hearings in front of the Zoning  Board and Historic Preservation…

STONE HARBOR NAMES ITS NEW CHIEF OF POLICE

Stone Harbor has a new police chief. Paul Reynolds was named the new head of law enforcemen in the borough. Former Chief William Toland has retired and Reynolds will take his place. Stone Harbor hired from within and moved him up from captain to chief. The swearing in took place during the borough council meeting…

SALTWATER FISHING REGISTRY GOES ONLINE WEDNESDAY

The free saltwater fishing registry is being implemented on Wednesday. The bill was signed into law in February and will allow fisherman to register for free, compared to a federal plan that would have incurred a $15 federal fee. State Senator Jeff Van Drew sponsored the legislation and praised the Department of Environmental Protection for…

LOWER TOWNSHIP SEEKS SHARED SERVICE IN SOLAR

A shared services agreement could bring solar panels to major public buildings in Lower Township. Council will likely vote at its next meeting to approve a resolution to seek a shared services agreement with Cape May County, and the elementary school. A solar presentations was made at the council meeting on Monday. The library and…