Last Updated on Monday, March 11, 2013 12:59 pm
The Hamilton Township Police Department responded to 4,427 calls for service from Aug. 1-25. They included 307 criminal investigations, 64 domestic disputes, 110 motor vehicle accidents, 620 motor vehicle stops, 288 EMS calls and 84 fire calls.
Last Updated on Tuesday, October 16, 2012 09:53 pm
HAMILTON TOWNSHIP – Firemen, family members and friends filled the Mays Landing Fire Department Tuesday, Oct 2, to celebrate George Spera's 65 years of service as a volunteer fireman for the department.
Last Updated on Thursday, October 11, 2012 04:49 pm
To the editor:
When I first learned of the new super Walmart in Mays Landing, I was thrilled. I was hoping the problems that had haunted Walmart for years would lessen or disappear with the opening of the new store.
Last Updated on Monday, April 08, 2013 05:26 pm
Information included in the police blotter is provided by local law enforcement agencies.
The Hamilton Township Police Department responded to 4,452 calls for service July 8-31. The included 301 criminal investigations, 64 domestic disputes, 103 motor vehicle accidents, 1,166 motor vehicle stops, 270 EMS calls and 135 fire calls.
Last Updated on Monday, October 01, 2012 10:52 am
HAMILTON TOWNSHIP – An 18-year-old Somers Point teen was arrested and charged with lewdness Sept. 27 after a school bus driver noticed he was exposing himself as he drove his car.
Michael Cuculino, 18, was arrested and charged with lewdness. He was released pending a court appearance.
HAMILTON TOWNSHIP - There is a road safety project under way for Old Egg Harbor Road. The road runs through the township’s most active park, Underhill Park. There are football and baseball fields at the park, where drivers can see families.
Township Administrator Michael S. Jacobs, revealed the township's plans to make crossing Old Egg Harbor Road safer for pedestrians at a Township Committee meeting Monday, Sept. 17.
Last Updated on Wednesday, September 19, 2012 10:28 am
HAMILTON TOWNSHIP -- A teen driver and her 2-year-old passenger were both hospitalized after the teen fell asleep at the steering wheel and crashed her car into a utility pole, township police said.
The accident occurred at 10:55 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 14 when Lytia Fisher, 17, of the Newtonville section of the township, feel asleep and drove off Route 50 near Cedar Street.
Last Updated on Thursday, October 11, 2012 03:58 pm
EGG HARBOR CITY – A crew from “Classroom Close-Up, NJ” visited the Charles L. Spragg School Sept. 25 to tape a story about the Progressive Mathematics Initiative, a program developed by the nonprofit New Jersey Center for Teaching and Learning.
Students experienced the show’s taping and were a part of the filming while the production crew visited second- and third-grade classrooms.
Last Updated on Friday, October 12, 2012 03:03 pm
EGG HARBOR CITY – Artwork by Charles L. Spragg School second-grader TaShawn Forbes has been selected to represent New Jersey in an art exhibit at the United States Department of Education building in Washington, D.C.
Last Updated on Friday, November 02, 2012 01:25 pm
EGG HARBOR CITY – The Atlantic City Rescue Mission received approval from the city zoning board to lease a building here.
The building on Cincinnati Avenue and would be used to help families that are in need of financial assistance keep their homes.
HAMILTON TOWNSHIP – Township officials heard a presentation on the various grant options available to the municipality at the Monday, Oct. 1 meeting of Township Committee.
Last Updated on Monday, October 01, 2012 10:47 am
ATLANTIC CITY – Resort city police arrested two brothers Thursday, Sept. 27 and charged them with the June death of a Hamilton Township man, acting Atlantic County Prosecutor Jim McClain said.
Hasan Bruce, 19, and his brother, Jamal Bruce, 21, were apprehended without incident at their residence on the 600 block of North Indiana Avenue by the Atlantic County Prosecutor’s Office Major Crimes Unit and the Atlantic City Police Department.
HAMILTON TOWNSHIP – The Zoning Board of Adjustment will meet 7 p.m. Monday, Sept. 24 in Township Hall to hear the continuation of a St. Vincent de Paul Regional School’s use variance request to allow a trailer to be used for additional classroom space at 5809 Main St.
The application was first heard during the Aug. 27 meeting.
Township Hall is located 6101 Thirteenth St. in Mays Landing.
Police blotter information is supplied by local law enforcement agencies. All persons named are presumed innocent unless proven guilty.
The Hamilton Township Police Department received 1,203 calls for service July 8-14. These included 83 criminal investigations, 19 domestic disputes, 38 motor vehicle accidents, 322 motor vehicle stops, 69 EMS calls and 23 fire calls.