Current of Hamilton Township, Mays Landing, Egg Harbor City

Oakcrest makes a pink statement

Attention: open in a new window. PrintE-mail

Written by Julie Hazard Wednesday, October 30, 2013 11:31 am

Julie Hazard Oakcrest student body forms a pink ribbon on the football field to express support for women with breast cancer.  Pink is the international symbol of breast cancer awareness. Julie Hazard Oakcrest student body forms a pink ribbon on the football field to express support for women with breast cancer. Pink is the international symbol of breast cancer awareness. Oakcrest High School students came together and formed a pink ribbon on the football field on Friday, Oct. 25 in support of breast cancer research for Pink Day, and for October which is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. In addition, $445 was raised through staff members wearing denim, to be donated to the Susan G. Komen Foundation.  The event was sponsored by the Girls Athletic Association.

Read more: Oakcrest makes a pink statement

 

Halloween parade winners announced in Egg Harbor City

Attention: open in a new window. PrintE-mail

Written by Staff Reports Tuesday, October 29, 2013 09:46 am

Submitted / Johnny Echevarria, 21 months old, is ready to respond to any emergency during the annual Egg Harbor City Rotary Club Halloween Parade Saturday, Oct. 26. Submitted / Johnny Echevarria, 21 months old, is ready to respond to any emergency during the annual Egg Harbor City Rotary Club Halloween Parade Saturday, Oct. 26.

EGG HARBOR CITY – Results have been announced from the annual Egg Harbor City Rotary Club Halloween Parade, which took place Saturday, Oct. 26 as follows:

Read more: Halloween parade winners announced in Egg Harbor City

   

Hamilton honors John DellaVecchia

Attention: open in a new window. PrintE-mail

Written by Charlie Pritchard Monday, October 28, 2013 12:53 am

Charlie Pritchard / John DellaVecchia, second from left, was honored Oct. 21 by Township Committee at its monthly Hamilton Township Honors its veterans award ceremony. From left are Committeewoman Aline Dix, DellaVecchia, Brenda DellaVecchia, Veterans Advisory Board President Russell Bongiovanni, Michael Francis, retired state command chief master sergeant who represented Rep. Frank LoBiondo, and Mayor Amy Gatto. Charlie Pritchard / John DellaVecchia, second from left, was honored Oct. 21 by Township Committee at its monthly Hamilton Township Honors its veterans award ceremony. From left are Committeewoman Aline Dix, DellaVecchia, Brenda DellaVecchia, Veterans Advisory Board President Russell Bongiovanni, Michael Francis, retired state command chief master sergeant who represented Rep. Frank LoBiondo, and Mayor Amy Gatto. HAMILTON TOWNSHIP – Township Committee Oct. 21 honored John DellaVecchia in its monthly Hamilton Township Honors its Veterans award ceremony.

DellaVecchia enlisted for three years in the United States Marine Corps on June 17, 1957.

Read more: Hamilton honors John DellaVecchia

 

2013 Hamilton Township Community Guide

Attention: open in a new window. PrintE-mail

Written by Staff Reports Monday, October 28, 2013 12:00 am

Hamilton Township Community Guide

   

Play Date at the Library offered in Mays Landing

Attention: open in a new window. PrintE-mail

Written by James Fitzpatrick Sunday, October 27, 2013 08:00 am

Kabelo Barney, 2, of Mays Landing, reads all about it. Kabelo Barney, 2, of Mays Landing, reads all about it. Atlantic County Library, Mays Landing branch, 40 Farragut Ave., offers a variety of programs for children. One of them is “Play Date at the Library,” which features stories and activities such as songs, dancing, and coloring for ages 3 and younger. The next Play Date at the Library is planned from 10 to 10:50 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 31 in the children's section. Registration required. Call (609) 646-8699 or see www.atlanticlibrary.org

Read more: Play Date at the Library offered in Mays Landing

 

Developer a no-show at Hamilton meeting; committee opts to sue over unfinished improvements

Attention: open in a new window. PrintE-mail

Written by Charlie Pritchard Sunday, October 27, 2013 12:00 am

HAMILTON TOWNSHIP – The Hamilton Township Municipal Building meeting room was filled to capacity Monday, Oct. 21, mostly with residents of the Tavistock Development on Route 40, anxious to hear from their developer about unfinished improvements that they have been complaining about for years. Unfortunately, the developer and his representatives failed to appear.

Mayor Amy Gatto began by reading a letter from the developer’s controller, Anthony Sciacca, stating that he has not gotten any direction from the homeowners’ association board of directors.

Read more: Developer a no-show at Hamilton meeting; committee opts to sue over unfinished improvements

   

Costumed characters march in Egg Harbor City

Attention: open in a new window. PrintE-mail

Written by Charlie Pritchard Saturday, October 26, 2013 08:37 pm

Charlie Pritchard / The winners in the comic category included Marissa Galante,7; Breanna Decamp, 9; Gianna Lee, 5, and Jonathan D’Asaro, 9, all residents of Egg Harbor City. Charlie Pritchard / The winners in the comic category included Marissa Galante,7; Breanna Decamp, 9; Gianna Lee, 5, and Jonathan D’Asaro, 9, all residents of Egg Harbor City. The annual Egg Harbor City Halloween Parade, sponsored by the city’s Rotary Club, took place at 3 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 26. Before the parade, costumed marchers gathered near the parade’s start at Campe Street and London Avenue to be judged in 12 categories. Following the parade, the marchers returned to the municipal building lot where the winners received their prizes and all participants received treats.

Read more: Costumed characters march in Egg Harbor City

 

Letter: Veterans have health services available to them

Attention: open in a new window. PrintE-mail

Written by Lou Green Saturday, October 26, 2013 02:25 pm

Many veterans served where there were “health issues of exposure” and must apply for Veterans Administration health care or V.A. benefits “claims.” Many veterans served where there were “health issues of exposure” and must apply for Veterans Administration health care or V.A. benefits “claims.” To the editor:

Veterans’ Day is a day of sorrow and remembrance of all who died in the service of our nation, and for the many who returned home.

Many of our military served along side these heroes in remote areas of the world, and many were on standby. All should be recognized for their service wherever or whenever they served for our nation’s needs.

Read more: Letter: Veterans have health services available to them

   

Page 27 of 63