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Good-luck hug for Egg Harbor City's Jalil Burrell

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Written by R.J. Liberatore Jr. Monday, September 29, 2014 01:16 pm

Jamirah Massey, 6, of Egg Harbor City, gives a good-luck hug to her favorite football player Jalil Burrell of the Cedar Creek High School varsity football team./R.J. Liberatore Jr. Jamirah Massey, 6, of Egg Harbor City, gives a good-luck hug to her favorite football player Jalil Burrell of the Cedar Creek High School varsity football team./R.J. Liberatore Jr. Jamirah Massey, 6, of Egg Harbor City gives a good-luck hug to her favorite football player, Jalil Burrell of the Cedar Creek High School varsity football team.

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Governing body accepts ice bucket challenge in Hamilton Township

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Written by Charlie Pritchard Monday, September 29, 2014 09:27 am

Hamilton Township Police Sergeant Mike Schnurr dumps ice water on Township Committeeman Rodney Guishard, Mayor Roger Silva, Committeewoman Judy Link and Deputy Mayor Amy Gatto. Hamilton Township Police Sergeant Mike Schnurr dumps ice water on Township Committeeman Rodney Guishard, Mayor Roger Silva, Committeewoman Judy Link and Deputy Mayor Amy Gatto. HAMILTON TOWNSHIP – Four members of the Hamilton Township Committee accepted the ice bucket challenge from the township’s police department on Sunday, September 28. The four sat in chairs in the front of the building while Sergeant Mike Schnurr dumped a wastebasket of ice water over them. Mayor Roger Silva then challenged members of the Teamsters Union that represents many township employees.

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Thousands attend annual Waterfront Wine and Food Festival at Lake Lenape (Slideshow)

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Written by Charlie Pritchard Monday, September 29, 2014 09:18 am

Lisa Folks of Williamstown and Teresa DiSalvatore of Deptford enjoyed the wine tasting while listening to the musical entertainment. Lisa Folks of Williamstown and Teresa DiSalvatore of Deptford enjoyed the wine tasting while listening to the musical entertainment. HAMILTON TOWNSHIP – A crowd of nearly 4,000 visitors attended the 4th annual Waterfront Wine and Food Festival at Lake Lenape Park on Saturday, September 27, the first day of a two day event sponsored by the Mays Landing Merchants Association. The perfect combination of a cloudless sky, warm temperatures, musical entertainment and a lakeside setting attracted a crowd that broke all previous records.

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Selfie wins VIP breakfast

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Written by Julie Hazard Monday, September 29, 2014 12:00 am

Oakcrest Math Department gets ready to dig in to their Chick-Fil-A breakfast, courtesy of Cat Country 107.3 FM. Seated are Mark Prince, Jared Sawyer and Gayle Moss. Sanding are Supervisor of Math and Science Jason Brown, Dan Truax, Rich Howey, Rich Adkisson, John Allen Commander, Josh Miller, Chaz Wyckoff, Amy Rosen, Craig Markley, Amy Irick, Sean Olsen and Lisa Spector. Oakcrest Math Department gets ready to dig in to their Chick-Fil-A breakfast, courtesy of Cat Country 107.3 FM. Seated are Mark Prince, Jared Sawyer and Gayle Moss. Sanding are Supervisor of Math and Science Jason Brown, Dan Truax, Rich Howey, Rich Adkisson, John Allen Commander, Josh Miller, Chaz Wyckoff, Amy Rosen, Craig Markley, Amy Irick, Sean Olsen and Lisa Spector. The Oakcrest High School Math Department scored a VIP Breakfast from Chick-Fil-A recently. Math teacher Amy Rosen posted a "Selfie" of the group on Cat Country 107.3 FM, winning the free delivered breakfast contest from a member of the Cat Country Fun and Games Crew.

   

Annual Activity Carnival at Oakcrest

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Written by Julie Hazard Monday, September 29, 2014 12:00 am

Seniors Emily Hoang and Kassidy Baum show off dance club poses. Seniors Emily Hoang and Kassidy Baum show off dance club poses. Oakcrest High School Student Council held its annual Activity Carnival on Sept. 18 on the school grounds.  Students had an opportunity to find their passion or simply just get involved in something worthwhile as clubs, activities, and sports representatives "sold" their programs at an outside fair-like atmosphere. 

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Sheriff’s Office sweep nabs 33 in Operation Runner-Up

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Written by Staff Report Friday, September 26, 2014 03:36 pm

 

HAMILTON-- Atlantic County Sheriff’s Officers completed a two day arrest sweep Thursday, Sept. 25 specifically targeting fugitives wanted for criminal warrants for failing to appear in Superior Court.

Operation Runner-up was a criminal warrant arrest operation culminating in a two day street dragnet set by participating agencies. The objective was to arrest fugitives found to be living in Atlantic City and surrounding communities.

Elements of the Atlantic City Task Force, the United States Marshal Service Regional Fugitive Task Force, FBI Crime Against Children Task Force, Atlantic City Police Department, Atlantic County Prosecutor’s Office, New Jersey State Parole, Pleasantville Police Department, Department of Homeland Security-ICE and the New Jersey State Police all partnered with the Atlantic County Sheriff’s Office and joined in concentrated effort to target and capture criminal fugitives.

“Law enforcement working together in removing fugitives and criminals from our community streets contributes to a safer county and a better quality of life for all of our law abiding citizens,” said Sheriff Frank X. Balles.

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Hamilton Township In Your Town, Edition of Sept. 26

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Written by Staff Reports Friday, September 26, 2014 12:59 pm

Toddler Tales

Hamilton Township In Your Town, Edition of Sept. 26 Hamilton Township In Your Town, Edition of Sept. 26 The Egg Harbor City Branch of the Atlantic County Library System, 134 Philadelphia Ave., presents Toddler Tales 10:30 a.m. Wednesdays Sept. 10- Dec. 10. The program is for ages 2-4 and features stories and crafts for toddlers. Registration is required. Call 609-804-1063 for information. 

Little Needles

The Egg Harbor City Branch of the Atlantic County Library System, 134 Philadelphia Ave., presents Little Needles 4p.m. Thursdays, Sept. 11-Dec. 11. For ages 6-15. Children will learn to knit or crochet by reading a pattern and making a simple scarf. There is no meeting on Thanksgiving, Nov. 27. Registration requested. Call 609-804-1063 for information. 

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Egg Harbor City Historical Society houses a treasure of city-related memorabilia

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Written by Charlie Pritchard Friday, September 26, 2014 09:39 am

Egg Harbor City Historical Society President Mark Maxwell shows the contents of athe box from the cornerstone of the Fanny D. Rittenberg School at a ceremony at the museum on June 14. Egg Harbor City Historical Society President Mark Maxwell shows the contents of athe box from the cornerstone of the Fanny D. Rittenberg School at a ceremony at the museum on June 14. In 1993, city officials dedicated a building to house the Egg Harbor City Historical Society (EHCHS). The Roundhouse Museum, located at 533 London Ave., now houses a wealth of memorabilia that is a testament to the history of the community.

Information provided by the society’s president, Mark W. Maxwell, gives an idea as to what a visitor to the site can experience.

The largest single item that was donated to the museum was an Albrecht piano that had been used by the Egg Harbor City Schools in the “Pike School,” Buffalo Avenue School, and Hamilton Hall since at least 1935.

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Former educator to be honored at Hess School event

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Written by Charlie Pritchard Thursday, September 25, 2014 08:55 am

Maragret Stringer Maragret Stringer HAMILTON TOWNSHIP – Margaret Stringer had been a swimming and physical education teacher in Hamilton Township for 26 years when she was tragically killed in a motor vehicle accident on March 11 of this year.

On Saturday, October 4, the district will honor her legacy with a special event at the Hess Education Complex in Mays Landing, the Margaret Stringer Memorial 5K Splash Run. The 5K run and walk will begin at 9:30 a.m. and take place on the school grounds as well as surrounding areas.

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Mays Landing man charged with possession of child porn

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Written by R.J. Liberatore Jr. Wednesday, September 24, 2014 04:00 pm

Kevin Mellon, 51, of Mays Landing was arrested Wednesday, Sept. 24  and charged with third-degree possession of child pornography following a four-month investigation./Hamilton Township Police Kevin Mellon, 51, of Mays Landing was arrested Wednesday, Sept. 24 and charged with third-degree possession of child pornography following a four-month investigation./Hamilton Township Police HAMILTON  Hamilton Township police arrested and charged a Mays Landing man with possession of child pornography Wednesday, Sept. 24, according to a statement issued by Detective Frank Schalek.

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