SPORTS: PHILS WITHOUT LIDGE FOR MONTH OR SO

The Philadelphia Phillies will begin their baseball season with their closer on the shelf for about a month, maybe more.  Brad Lidge has a shoulder injury, and the Phillies announced that he will not need surgery to correct the problem.  However, Phillies’ General Manager Rueben Amaro Jr. says that Lidge will be shut down for…

CHRISTIE: NO MILLIONAIRE’S TAX IN NEW JERSEY

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie will not be taxing millionaires in the Garden State.  New Jersey State Treasurer Andrew Sidamon-Eristoff announced that Governor Christie will not consider a new tax on millionaires in the state to help balance the budget.  Sidamon-Eristoff testified befor ethe Assembly Budget Committee which is tackling the governor’s new spending plan.…

STUDENTS LEARN ABOUT DWI LAWS

During the month of March Lower Cape May Regional High School Resource Officer Michael Perry of the Lower Township Police Department, instructed 10th grade drivers education students on the effects of alcohol and drugs, and provided an over view of DWI laws. During the classes SRO Perry utilized Fatal Vision Goggles that simulate the effects…

LOWER POLICE REESTABLISH EXPLORERS POST #18000

The Lower Township Police Explorers Post # 1800 has been reestablished by members of the Lower Township Police Department. Law Enforcement Exploring is a nationally renowned program that emphasizes career orientation experiences, leadership opportunities, and community service activities. As well as instilling strong moral and ethical values. Law Enforcement Exploring introduces the Explorer to various…

JUDGE: WILDWOOD BALLOT QUESTION POORLY WORDED

A Superior Court judge stepped into another political squabble in Wildwood.  Judge Valerie Armstrong ruled on Tuesday that the wording of a special ballot question dealing with staffing in the Wildwood police department is misleading.  At issue is the wording of a question dealing with police issues.  In her decision, Armstrong ruled that the wording…