Last Updated on Saturday, July 06, 2013 10:37 pm
Despite the intense heat and humidity, a crowd of nearly 100 runners take their first steps in the inaugural Egg Harbor City Hometown Celebration 5K held on Saturday, July 6. Charlie Pritchard
Despite the intense heat and humidity, a crowd of nearly 100 runners took part in the inaugural Egg Harbor City Hometown Celebration 5K held on Saturday, July 6.
Last Updated on Saturday, July 06, 2013 07:54 am
Police Chief Stacy Tappeiner and Police Capt. Michael Petuskey congratulate citizens who assisted the department in identifying and locating a criminal. The certificate awardees are from left: Amani Bullock, Nick Lapergola, Nico Terruso, Eric Tkacz and D’Andre Robertson. Charlie Pritchard
HAMILTON TOWNSHIP – At an event in which 44 awards were presented to police personnel, Hamilton Township Police Chief Stacy Tappeiner emphasized the importance of a partnership between the department and the public.
“This is an opportunity to recognize officers and residents,” he told those assembled Thursday, June 27 at Town Hall. “Community involvement is very important to make this partnership work.”
Egg Harbor City Mayor Lisa Jiampetti presents a proclamation to Simply Sweet Cupcakes owners Gina and Jacqueline Ciaburri recognizing their victory on the Food Network show “Cupcake Wars.” Charlie Pritchard
EGG HARBOR CITY – At its meeting Thursday evening, June 27, the Egg Harbor City Council recognized two local businesswomen who recently became television celebrities. Sisters-in-law Jacqueline and Gina Ciaburri, owners of Simply Sweet Cupcakes on Philadelphia Avenue, won the Food Network reality show “Cupcake Wars.”
Last Updated on Tuesday, July 02, 2013 05:42 am
Dean Hogan, 10, of Mays Landing flies down one of the two water slides that kids of all ages enjoyed during the two-day event. Charlie Pritchard
HAMILTON TOWNSHIP – The 2013 Hamilton Township Hometown Celebration moved from its usual one-day location on Main Street to a two-day event at Lenape Park to celebrate the township’s 200th birthday. And celebrate everyone did, with a wide variety of activities and entertainment for kids of all ages.
Last Updated on Thursday, October 17, 2013 03:20 pm
Greater Egg Harbor City Chamber of Commerce Secretary Lynnie Couch, right, presents Cedar Creek High School graduating senior Felicia Ingram with a $500 scholarship during the high school’s first awards ceremony Friday, June 7. Submitted
EGG HARBOR CITY – The Greater Egg Harbor City Chamber of Commerce has awarded its first Cedar Creek High School Scholarship to graduating senior Felicia Ingram of South Egg Harbor. Ingram received her award during the high school’s first awards ceremony held in the Dr. Adam C. Pfeffer Performing Arts Center Friday, June 7.
Last Updated on Monday, June 24, 2013 01:09 pm
The team from Sandy Zakheim-Nord’s fifth grade class works hard to find the correct answer to the first problem. Charlie Pritchard
HAMILTON TOWNSHIP – “A classroom bulletin board is seven feet by four feet. If there is a picture of a student every six inches along the edge, including one in each corner, how many pictures are on the bulletin board?”
And so began the 2013 fifth grade Math Bowl at the George Hess Education Complex Friday, June 14. Fourteen teams, each comprised of four to six members competed to see which homeroom had the best mathematicians, while more than 400 of their classmates cheered them on in the audience while trying to solve the math problems themselves.
Co-valedictorians Michael Paule and Christopher Frederickson address fellow graduates, friends and family members. Charlie Pritchard
HAMILTON TOWNSHIP – In a processional that is truly unique, after the other graduates marched to their seats in the Atlantic County Institute of Technology’s Performing Arts Center to the traditional theme of Pomp and Circumstance on Friday, June 14, a lift rose from below the stage to put the Class of 2013’s top 10 students on display. This resulted in rousing applause from families and friends in the audience, but even more so from their fellow graduates who appreciated their accomplishments.
The teenage driver was transported by Township of Hamilton Rescue to AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center Mainland campus for evaluation of injuries.
HAMILTON TOWNSHIP – One motorist was sent to the hospital and traffic was tied up for 45 minutes Friday evening, July 5 following a crash at the intersection of Harbor and Ocean Heights avenues.
It was 6:19 p.m. when the Township of Hamilton Police Department responded to the scene for the report of a motor vehicle accident.
Last Updated on Wednesday, July 03, 2013 11:12 pm
Congress declared the “Star Spangled Banner” to be our national anthem in 1931.
There’s no better way to celebrate Independence Day than spending time with family and friends while enjoying good food, and some of the best patriotic music of all time.
Whether it’s a barbecue or a party on the beach, some good patriotic music always lifts the red, white, and blue spirits of Fourth of July revelers
But with so many choices, rounding out the play list can be a tough challenge. The following list of top, all-American favorite songs will help you get started toward creating an Independence Day soundtrack that everyone will enjoy.
Last Updated on Thursday, August 01, 2013 04:03 pm
EGG HARBOR CITY – At its meeting last Thursday evening, the Egg Harbor City Council recognized two local businesswomen who recently became television celebrities. Owners and sisters-in-law Jacqueline and Gina Ciaburri, owners of Simply Sweet Cupcakes on Philadelphia Avenue, won the Food Network show “Cupcake Wars”.
Mayor Lisa Jiampetti presented a proclamation to them and praised them for the successful business that they have created in the community. It was also announced that the store plans to sponsor cupcake eating contests during the hometown celebration scheduled for July 6.
Hamilton Mall fashion ambassador Jay McCarroll greets customers Michele Johnson and Amanda Johnson of Vineland at Never Too Spoiled, the mall’s exclusive carrier of his designs, on Friday, June 28. Charlie Pritchard
HAMILTON TOWNSHIP – Jay McCarroll, 2006 winner of “Project Runway” and “Celebrity Fit Club” in 2010, has been named fashion ambassador for the Hamilton Mall in Mays Landing for 2013 and 2014.
McCarroll was present at Never Too Spoiled, the mall’s exclusive carrier of his designs, on Friday, June 28 to meet and greet customers.
Last Updated on Tuesday, June 25, 2013 08:58 am
A project to repave the 500 block of Cincinnati Avenue and repair sidewalks and curbing has upset residents who object to the removal of large trees in the right-of-way which is part of the project.
EGG HARBOR CITY – It no doubt seemed like a sure winner when the city received a $400,000 grant to repave the 500 block of Cincinnati Avenue and to also repair sidewalks and curbing. It is unlikely they saw the firestorm coming from the street’s residents who objected to the removal of large trees in the right-of-way that is part of the project.
Last Updated on Tuesday, July 30, 2013 06:35 am
Senior Alyssa Lutgen delivers the salutatorian address to the Cedar Creek Class of 2013. Matthew Strabuk
One hundred seventy five members of the very first graduating class of Cedar Creek High School were presented with diplomas during commencement ceremonies Saturday, June 15 in Egg Harbor City. The following is a complete list of graduates:
Current intern Melissa Trabbold attended the Cedar Creek High School senior picnic at Egg Harbor City Lake Park June 12 to compile a senior survey. See results below: