Lower Township

January 7, 2018

LOWER TWP. POLICE ASK PEOPLE NOT TO WALK ON DELAWARE BAY

How cold has it been?  So cold that Lower Township Police have asked the public not to walk on the frozen Delaware Bay.  It’s been so cold that some brave souls have ventured to walk out to the remains of the concrete ship.  Warmer weather is coming, which will mean some ice melt on the [...]

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January 6, 2018

LOWER TOWNSHIP SCRUBS YOUTH BASKETBALL FOR WEEKEND

Lower Township officials announced that the youth basketball games scheduled for Saturday have been cancelled due to road conditions from Thursday’s blizzard.  The Township’s Public Works crews have 14 plow trucks in operation; Township off...
January 6, 2018

CAPE MAY LEWES FERRY CONTINUES TO SUSPEND OPERATIONS

The Delaware Bay is frozen, so that means the Cape May Lewes Ferry is grounded for now.  The Delaware River and Bay Authority announced that the ferry will not be running on Saturday, and that may continue into Sunday as temperatures will fail to reach...
January 4, 2018

LOWER TOWNSHIP CLOSES PORTION OF BREAKWATER ROAD

Lower Township Police announced early Thursday afternoon that a portion of Breakwater Road has been closed due to the storm.  The road from Seashore to Shunpike roads has been closed due to unsafe conditions.  Police warn motorists that other roads are...