• Father Christmas will visit Whale’s Tale on Dec. 13 from 1 to 4 p.m. at 312 Washington Mall in Cape May. An old-fashioned Christmas exhibit

    The public is invited to a free exhibit of holiday traditions through the years complete with model trains, toys and more at the Carriage House Gallery, Emlen Physick Estate, 1048 Washington St., Cape May, through Thursday, Jan. 1. The gallery is open daily, though hours vary. For more information, call 609-884-5404…

  • Assemblyman Sam Fiocchi visited Cape May Court House this week to urge area residents to shop locally. He was joined by town leaders on a tour of business on Main…</div>
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    Children and parents escort Santa Claus to the Martin Luther King Center for the Hamer’s School of Karate annual Christmas party, Saturday, Dec. 13. More than 60 children turned out for the party, and each received a new winter coat, in addition to other gifts.WHITESBORO – More than 60 children clambered…

  • When Alison Mastrangelo was young, she was a huge fan of ABC’s World News Tonight.

    “I always had the biggest crush on (anchor) Peter Jennings,” she said with a laugh. “My mom (Fran) always says whenever they’d turn on the TV and it was on that I’d stop everything I was doing to watch him.”

  • Madison Kelly, 12, has donated twice to the Middle Township Police Department’s holiday drive for toys.Despite cerebral palsy, 12-year-old keeps on giving

    CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE – Christmas is a time of giving, and few people take the concept more seriously than township residents Madison Kelly, 12, and her mother, Samantha.

    Not long ago, the young girl surprised Middle Township police by dropping off a large cache of toys – gifts for area children in the police department’s annual toy…

Middle Township Gazette

Middle Township introduces public advocate at municipal court

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Written by David Benson Wednesday, October 01, 2014 12:10 pm

Police Chief Christopher Leusner announces the introduction of a public advocate program at a press conference Tuesday. The chief was joined at the podium by Mayor Tim Donohue, Lynne Krukosky, executive director Cape Assist, County Prosecutor Robert L. Taylor, Committeeman Dan Lockwood and Committeeman Michael Clark. Police Chief Christopher Leusner announces the introduction of a public advocate program at a press conference Tuesday. The chief was joined at the podium by Mayor Tim Donohue, Lynne Krukosky, executive director Cape Assist, County Prosecutor Robert L. Taylor, Committeeman Dan Lockwood and Committeeman Michael Clark. CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE – In an effort to target what local law enforcement has described as a heroin and prescription drug epidemic in Cape May County, township police have announced a new public advocacy program available to defendants in municipal court.

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Blades vs. wheels: Two hockey leagues in the area cause confusion

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Written by David Benson Tuesday, September 30, 2014 04:44 pm

CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE – Two hockey leagues in the area with similar names has apparently caused confusion among supporters, and the difference may boil down to blades versus wheels, as well as fundraisers.

“The confusion was that there’s an ice hockey team out of Atlantic City,” said Clyde Pettitt, president of the Middle Township Hockey Association.

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Lower Township man found guilty of nephew’s murder

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Written by Staff Reports Tuesday, September 30, 2014 12:59 pm

CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE – Lower Township resident Frederick Gene Marr was found guilty Tuesday of the 2010 murder of his nephew, Ronald Denny Sr.

Marr, 75, fatally shot Denny Aug. 11, 2010 outside of Denny’s Del Haven home after they had a dispute over jointly-owned real estate in Florida.

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Mayor seeks area residents’ support in opposing Patsy’s Way fund release

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Written by Staff Reports Monday, September 29, 2014 06:34 pm

CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE – Middle Township Mayor Tim Donohue has long opposed Patsy’s Way, a controversial affordable housing project slated to be developed in the township, and this week Donohue called on residents and other state and local officials to oppose releasing funds for the project.

“On or around Oct. 10, 2014, NJDCA will submit a request to HUD for the release of these funds. I urge all Middle Township residents to join me and to contact their legislative offices and the governor’s office to oppose this project,” Donohue said in a statement.

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Middle Township Police blotter, Sept. 15-21

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Written by Police Blotter Monday, September 29, 2014 06:17 pm

Middle Township police announced that they made the following arrests from Sept. 15-21. Those charged are considered innocent unless guilt is proven. This report only contains individuals that were arrested based on complaints signed by law enforcement personnel, not complaints signed by private citizens.

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Donohue: Treasurer’s office to be examined by outside agency

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Written by David Benson Monday, September 29, 2014 02:53 pm

CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE – In the wake of an error that cost the township at least $400,000 in unnecessary phone charges over the last decade, the committee plans to bring an outside agency to examine the practices of its treasurer’s office.

Township Committee will also ask the phone company to reconsider past overpayments, said Mayor Tim Donohue.

“I can’t speak for Verizon,” Donohue said Thursday, Sept. 25. “But I would hope they would. It would be in their best interest to be reasonable.”

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Southbound Parkway overpasses could be open this week

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Written by David Benson Monday, September 29, 2014 01:53 pm

CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE – The project on the Garden State Parkway to replace traffic lights at three intersections will hit the halfway point this Thursday, Oct. 2, and three ramps will be open to southbound traffic, a spokesman with the state said Monday.

Just so long as the weather holds.

“The prep work is weather dependent, and rain could delay the opening of the ramps,” said Tom Feeney, a spokesman for the New Jersey Turnpike Authority. “But if all goes well, and it’s dry, the ramps will be open to southbound traffic.”

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‘Life Chain’ event set Oct. 5

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Written by Staff Reports Sunday, September 28, 2014 06:31 am

RIO GRANDE - The public is invited to participate in the “Life Chain,” beginning at 2 p.m., Sunday, Oct. 5, at which a group of people form a cross along the intersection of routes 9 and 47 in Rio Grande to protest abortion.

The hour-long event takes place rain or shine.

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Resident has early celebration for 101st birthday

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Written by Staff Reports Sunday, September 28, 2014 06:18 am

Freeholder Gerald M. Thornton presents Collette Lombardi with a proclamation honoring her on her 101st birthday. Freeholder Gerald M. Thornton presents Collette Lombardi with a proclamation honoring her on her 101st birthday. CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE – Collette Lombardi, Crest Haven Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, was honored with a party Tuesday, Sept. 16, in advance of her 101st birthday on Sept. 30.

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Learn how to make five basic sauces at the library

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Written by Staff Reports Sunday, September 28, 2014 06:03 am

CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE - The public is invited to join “Cape Cuisine: Basic Sauces and Their Derivatives” presented by chef Mark Kalla at 1 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 18 at the Cape May County Library at 30 Mechanic St., Cape May Court House.

The chef will explore the five classic sauces of cuisine: white, brown, hollandaise, red, and velouté. Kalla will demonstrate how to make the sauces as well as talk about what sort of foods are best paired with each sauce.

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