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  1. 15 sworn in as volunteer advocates for children in foster careRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 2, 2014 | Lower Township Gazette

    The new Court Appointed Special Advocates for Children of Atlantic and Cape May Counties sworn in by Superior Court Judge Damon Tyner Nov. 20 are Monica Fox, Roberta Wallace, Noreen Mostafa, Connie Hay and Kate Snyder of Galloway; Jacqueline Freund of Egg Harbor Township; Christine Fuhs of Mays Landing; Suzanne Sule and Carole Weidman of Linwood; Gwen Buchanan of Avalon; Yvonne Unrath of Cape May Court House; Hope Waldron of Sea Isle; Merv Cherrin of Ocean City; Sarah Marcelliano of Del Haven and Janet Ariza of Cape May. SOMERS POINT - Fifteen Atlantic and Cape May county residents were sworn in as Court Appointed Special Advocates by Superior Court Judge Damon Tyner Nov. 20 at a ceremony in Somers Point.

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  2. Coasties find rest and relaxation at local homesRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 1, 2014 | Lower Township Gazette

    About 190 Coast Guard recruits got a break from military structure, Thanksgiving Day, as they were hosted in homes and service organizations for the holiday. Operation Fireside, which is a coordinated effort between the American Red Cross and the Coast Guard's Training Center-Cape May, allows the recruits to relax for a day, call home, eat a home-cooked meal, and in some cases, enjoy the feel of carpet under their feet.

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  3. 200 Club accepting scholarship applicationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 1, 2014 | Lower Township Gazette

    The 200 Club of Atlantic and Cape May Counties is now accepting applications for more than $40,000 in scholarships it expects to disburse in 2015. The 200 Club awarded $42,500 in 2014 and next year's grants should be about the same, according to scholarship chairman Leonard Gray.

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  4. African lions to make their debut at Cape May County ZooRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 7, 2010 | Lower Township Gazette

    Folks in Cape May Court House may hear twin roars this weekend, as new lions get used to their surroundings in Cape May County. Two 3-year-old African lions from Six Flags Great Adventure in Jackson arrived at the zoo in time for the Thanksgiving holiday, zoo officials announced Friday, Nov. 21. The brother and sister lions were picked up by zoo staff and introduced to their new home on at the zoo on Nov.18, and are getting acclimated to their surroundings.

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  5. Got toys? Call the MarinesRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 7, 2010 | Lower Township Gazette

    As a country, we've depended on that particular branch of the military for 239 years to defend the nation. And as a county, Cape May has counted on them for the last 15 years to not only protect the country, but to make sure that kids throughout the area have holidays to brag about.

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  6. Concrete memoriesRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 14, 2014 | Lower Township Gazette

    The public will be invited to pour a bit of the Atlantic Ocean onto 350 concrete pots as part of an art installation planned at Cape May Point State Park this weekend. A little more than a week ago, the state took delivery of about a 1,000 pounds of concrete flower pots, solid throughout from lip to base, from the island of Jersey, the largest of the Channel Islands, near Normandy, France, about 3,500 miles across the Atlantic Ocean.

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  7. Room for history, brews and dronesRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 8, 2014 | Lower Township Gazette

    Early on the first Saturday evening of November, Breakwater Road is dark and quiet, until you find the turnoff for the Cape May Brewery at the Cape May County Airport. Outside, cars line either side of the parking lot, while inside beer fans line up for pints of various brews with names like "Coastal Evacuation" and "Apple Bomb."

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  8. Somers Point kicks off Restaurant WeekRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 7, 2014 | Lower Township Gazette

    Diners warmed up their taste buds Sunday afternoon Nov. 2 at Sandi Pointe Coastal Bistro, where the annual Restaurant Week Kickoff party offered food, demonstrations, drinks, and an art show compliments of Kathleen Arleth and the Great Bay Art Gallery. Fourteen eateries offer partygoers a taste of what this year's Restaurant Week, set for Friday through Sunday, Nov. 7- 16, has in store.

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  9. Miss Cape May County makes a big difference for local Big Brothers Big SistersRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 6, 2014 | Lower Township Gazette

    Miss Cape May County Dana Piccoli, of Beesleys Point, gathered donations of clothing, toys and other household items for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Atlantic and Cape May Counties throughout the month of October. More than 90 bags of items were donated and delivered to the organization on Saturday, Nov. 1. Piccoli chose Big Brothers Big Sisters as her platform for Miss Cape May County and the Miss New Jersey Pageant next year.

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  10. Seven county towns recognized for environmental initiativesRead the original story

    Nov 6, 2014 | Lower Township Gazette

    Sustainable Jersey has announced that seven towns in Cape May and Atlantic counties are among the 81 statewide to receive Sustainable Jersey certification. According to a statement from the group, Sustainable Jersey's 417 participating communities represent nearly 75 percent of the state's municipalities.

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  11. Cape May County honors veteransRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 7, 2010 | Lower Township Gazette

    The annual Cape May County Veterans Day ceremony will be observed 2 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 11 at the Cape May County Veterans Cemetery, 129 Crest Haven Road. Freeholder Director Gerald Thornton, who oversees the county veterans bureau, invites the public as well as all county veterans organizations to attend and honor the contributions of countywide veterans.

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  12. Legislative task force sitting down for first meeting at county collegeRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 7, 2010 | Lower Township Gazette

    The first meeting of the 1st Legislative District Economic Development Task Force is getting underway today at Atlantic Cape Community College at the Cape May Court House campus. The task force includes residents from Cape May, Cumberland and Atlantic counties, and is charged with studying and recommending ways to improve economic conditions in the 1st Legislative District, one of the most economically depressed areas of New Jersey.

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  13. Ms Virginia crowned Ms Senior America in Atlantic CityRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 3, 2014 | Lower Township Gazette

    The newly crowned Ms Senior America, Patsy Godly, 62, of Fredericksburg, Virginia, center is surrounded by the runners-up. From left is third runner-up is Ms Alabama, Renee Pierce who is 62. Ms Michigan, Carol Thomas, 60, is the first runner-up.

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  14. Navy's supersonic aircraft put the 'boom' in the skiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 31, 2014 | Lower Township Gazette

    A series of rumbles rolled across southern New Jersey early this week, rattling doors and windows, leaving many residents shaking their heads and wondering whether an earthquake had jolted the state. Others, who only heard what one man described as a long, low growl - but didn't feel the earth shake - figured it might be linked to a recent joint military exercise known as "Frontier Sentinel," that includes the Navy, Coast Guard and Canadian military forces.

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  15. UPDATED: Earthquake or sonic boom; residents report a rumbleRead the original story

    Oct 29, 2014 | Lower Township Gazette

    People in Cape May and Atlantic counties are reporting what some believe have been an earthquake, though others believe it may have been more akin to a sonic boom. Ralph Walter, West Cape May, said he was fishing on Cape May Point Beach when he heard a rumble.

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  16. Clear South Jersey sky for Monday evening rocket launchRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 26, 2014 | Lower Township Gazette

    Seasonably warm temperatures and a clear sky awaits those interested in watching 110-foot-tall Antares rocket streak through the sky shortly after sunset this evening in the sky south of South Jersey. Antares has been poised for its nighttime run on the launching pad for the past few days./NASA Seasonably warm temperatures and a clear sky awaits those interested in watching 110-foot-tall Antares rocket streak through the sky shortly after sunset on Monday, Oct. 27 evening in the sky south of South Jersey.

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  17. County seeks deal with AC rescue missionRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 7, 2010 | Lower Township Gazette

    Cape May County officials are considering a move that they say would give homeless individuals access to food and job counseling, as well as shelter, while saving the state as much as $60,000 a year. Last year, Cape May County freeholders were approached by officials with the Atlantic City Rescue Mission with the idea of sending single, homeless people to the shelter, as opposed to putting them up Cape May County motels.

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  18. County hires advisor for drone use at the airportRead the original story

    Oct 15, 2014 | Lower Township Gazette

    Last week, Freeholder Will Morey met with Mid-Atlantic Aviation Partnership officials, along with representatives of the Delaware River and Bay Authority at the airport in Lower Township. They were there to talk about drones, and how they could fit in at the airport, although county officials prefer the term "unmanned aircraft systems," or UAS.

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  19. Oyster farmers ride the wave of consumer tastesRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 7, 2010 | Lower Township Gazette

    Aquaculture farmers in Middle Township are riding the leading edge of an oyster renaissance, a Rutgers marine scientist said recently, and last week independent growers in the area got the vocal support of a federal lawmaker in their pursuit to revitalize a once-great state industry. On Monday, Oct. 6, U.S. Rep. Frank LoBiondo stood on the shore of the Delaware Bay in Middle Township and grinned as he swallowed an oyster taken just moments earlier from the chilly waters.

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  20. County hires advisor for drone use at the airportRead the original story

    Oct 15, 2014 | Lower Township Gazette

    Last week, Freeholder Will Morey met with Mid-Atlantic Aviation Partnership officials, along with representatives of the Delaware River and Bay Authority at the airport in Lower Township. They were there to talk about drones, and how they could fit in at the airport, although county officials prefer the term "unmanned aircraft systems," or UAS.

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