The Hamilton Township Schools Parent Teacher Association will host a Meet the Candidates forum 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 17 at the William Davies Middle School.
HAMILTON TOWNSHIP – The Hamilton Township Parent Teacher Association will host a Meet the Candidates forum 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 17 at the William Davies Middle School.
The public is invited to hear from the candidates running for the Hamilton Township Board of Education in the Nov. 5 election.
Last Updated on Tuesday, October 08, 2013 09:18 am
Charlie Pritchard / Emcee Beth Moriarty tells those gathered about the contributions that Rev. Ash and his wife Roxie have made during their 50 years in Mays Landing.
Scores of Presbyterian Church of Mays Landing congregants, community leaders and friends turned out to help Rev. John Ash celebrate his 50th anniversary at the church at a reception held there on Sunday, Oct. 6.
Last Updated on Monday, October 07, 2013 09:54 am
Charlie Pritchard / Leading the parade was Miss New Jersey 2014 Jessica Indio of Hammonton, the state’s representative in the USA National Miss Pageant.
Philadelphia Avenue was the setting for the third annual Latino Parade and Celebration on Saturday, Oct. 5 in Egg Harbor City. A parade kicked off the festivities followed by hours of music and dancing. Dozens of craft and food vendors also lined the avenue. The event was sponsored by the Latino Club of Egg Harbor City.
Last Updated on Friday, October 04, 2013 07:17 pm
Charlie Pritchard / President Matt Gilliano and one of the museum’s original founders Jim Szypula, demonstrate one of the interactive exhibits located inside the museum.
HAMILTON TOWNSHIP - The Jersey Shore Children’s Museum is preparing for its grand opening at 10 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 5 at their temporary location in the Hamilton Mall. Museum officers and supporters were on hand Tuesday evening Oct. 2 at the location, located on the upper level of the mall near Sears, to celebrate the completion of the exhibits.
EGG HARBOR CITY – Egg Harbor City has received a $35,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture to upgrade community facilities, Mayor Lisa Jiampetti announced at the City Council meeting Thursday, Sept. 26.
Jiampetti said the funds will be used to purchase a leaf vacuum and a lift for the highway department.
HAMILTON TOWNSHIP - Atlantic City Electric is offering help to customers who might be affected by the federal government shutdown and are worrying about how they will manage their personal finances.
“We have a wide range of payment options that we offer customers and also offer to work individually with them on ways to manage their electric bills,” said Vince Maione, president, Atlantic City Electric Region.
The Township of Hamilton Planning Board is scheduled to meet 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 3.
HAMILTON TOWNSHIP – The Township of Hamilton Planning Board is scheduled to discuss historic preservation at its meeting Thursday, Oct. 3.
According to the board’s agenda, it will discuss a possible recommendation to Township Committee on land use ordinance amendments to the township’s Historic Preservation Commission/historic district standards so Hamilton can continue its Certified Local Government designation.
David Achey, the Section C9 forest fire warden for the New Jersey Forest Fire Service, looks over a scrapbook with visitor Elizabet Bogomolova, 8, of Mays Landing.
The Weymouth Volunteer Fire Company held its annual open house on Monday, Oct. 7. In addition to special appearances from Smokey Bear and Sparky, numerous departments and agencies were on hand to show their equipment and provide demonstrations.
Last Updated on Friday, October 11, 2013 10:54 am
Carter Pate, 3, of Galloway enjoys the inflatable slide. (Chuck Eberson)
Renault Winery in Galloway and Egg Harbor City hosted its “wurst” cooking event Sunday, Oct. 6.
Last Updated on Monday, October 07, 2013 01:21 pm
On Friday, Oct. 4, Krystal Cruz, 29, of Bethlehem, Pa., received a 364-day county jail sentence for driving under the influence of alcohol and assault by auto.
HAMILTON TOWNSHIP – A Pennsylvania woman has been sentenced for a DWI car crash Christmas Eve 2012 involving an on-duty Hamilton Township police officer, acting Atlantic County Prosecutor Jim McClain said.
On Friday, Oct. 4, Krystal Cruz, 29, of Bethlehem, Pa., was sentenced for driving under the influence of alcohol and assault by auto.
Last Updated on Thursday, October 03, 2013 11:09 pm
In Egg Harbor City public schools, we have long recognized that a child’s health and nutrition is a critical piece of the equation to achieve academic success; especially for students coming from homes where parents struggle to put food on the table.
For years, the Egg Harbor City School District served breakfast before school, even though the vast majority of our students were unable to come to school early enough to eat before the first bell rang. I always figured, “Well, we’re providing breakfast. It’s up to the parents to get their children here to eat it.”
Last Updated on Wednesday, October 02, 2013 04:50 pm
HAMILTON TOWNSHIP – For months, members of the Hamilton Township Board of Education have refused to make public the proposed salary increase offer made to the Hamilton Township Education Association (HTEA) due to the confidential negotiations. That proposal is no longer in question as the chairman of the personnel and negotiations team, Eric Aiken, released the information at the board meeting Tuesday night, Oct. 1.
Melissa Lopez of Mays Landing, a certified nursing assistant, was processed and released on a summons.
HAMILTON TOWNSHIP - A 31-year-old Mays Landing woman has been charged with several counts of theft from the elderly, following a month-long investigation by the Township of Hamilton Police Department.
Melissa Lopez of Mays Landing, a certified nursing assistant, was processed and released on a summons, police said in a news release.
Last Updated on Monday, September 30, 2013 10:26 am
Charlie Pritchard / The Royal Express attracted a steady flow of riders throughout the day. Here it prepares to leave the “station” in front of the county courthouse.
HAMILTON TOWNSHIP – Thousands of visitors, attracted by a perfect autumn day, attended the annual Fall Festival in Festival and Family Fun Day Saturday, Sept. 28 in Memorial Park in Mays Landing.
The event had something for festival-goers of all ages.