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Ferry names new captain

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Written by Staff Reports Monday, February 09, 2015 12:02 pm

Port Captain Stan Hansen (left) congratulates David Macomber, Sr. on his promotion to captain. Macomber, who resides in North Cape May with his wife Jennifer, is a 22-year veteran at the Cape May–Lewes Ferry.
Port Captain Stan Hansen (left) congratulates David Macomber, Sr. on his promotion to captain. Macomber, who resides in North Cape May with his wife Jennifer, is a 22-year veteran at the Cape May–Lewes Ferry. LOWER TOWNSHIP – Cape May–Lewes Ferry officials have announced that David B. Macomber, Sr. of North Cape May, was recently promoted to the rank of captain.

Prior to joining the Cape May–Lewes Ferry, Macomber worked in the area’s commercial fishing industry for nearly 14 years. During that time, he served as a captain on multiple fishing vessels.

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Cape May Brewing Co. is now ‘Jersey Fresh’

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Written by Staff Reports Friday, January 09, 2015 10:40 am

Cape May Brewing Co. is now ‘Jersey Fresh’ Cape May Brewing Co. is now ‘Jersey Fresh’ LOWER TOWNSHIP – The Cape May Brewing Company is the first brewery to carry the “Made with Jersey Fresh” label for its Honey Porter beer, according to a press release.

The beer is described as roasted with dark crystal malts that shine through in a smooth and light-bodied porter balanced by a hint of sweetness thanks to Jersey Fresh honey.

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Airport, name change could promote growth in Lower Township, officials say

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Written by Christopher South Thursday, December 18, 2014 03:44 pm

LOWER TOWNSHIP – Deputy Mayor Norris Clark presented recommendations from the township’s Economic Development Advisory Committee Monday, saying tourism remains the most important part of the local economy but that the Cape May Airport, aquaculture, and even a name change to “Cape May Township” could provide future growth.

Clark sad Lower Township Council established the Economic Development Advisory Committee, which has met eight times.

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American Legion helps two Coast Guard members

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Written by Staff Reports Sunday, December 14, 2014 12:00 am

CAPE MAY – The Stone Harbor American Legion Post 331 recently presented two Coast Guard members tickets home as part of their Home for the Holidays program.

Petty Officer 3rd Class Cameron Hutchens and Seaman Betty Sciscoe submitted their names into a fishbowl in August and were randomly selected as the winners of the American Legion’s Home for the Holidays Program.

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