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Relaying A Message of Hope
Party kicks off work for 2013 American Cancer Society's joint Berkeley-Lacey Relay For Life event

Tax hike from 2011 above state average

Mark Geiger, a math teacher at Lacey Township High School, leaves district to referee professionally

Midwinter Doldrums? Girl Scout Cookie Sale to the Rescue
The annual cookie sale begins on Friday

3-Year-Old Boy 'Saved a Man's Life'
Ethan Sojka, who was dubbed Land of Oz's 'little hero,' ran for his father when he heard a faint cry for help

Police blotter from the past week

Dawn Marie Kelly worked in tax assessor's office in Little Egg Harbor

The Road to Recovery: Former Surflight Performers Band Together to Help Area Food Banks
Also, 2013 Surflight schedule announced this week.

Police: Lacey Man Reported Unconscious at Meadowlark Beach
Police blotter for the last week

Township Nears Prescription Drop Box Installation
Police department waits for government approval of new policy for drop box that will be used to reduce prescription drug abuse in Lacey

House Approves $50.7 Billion Sandy Relief Bill
Aid was voted on in two packages, both of them passing the U.S. House of Representatives

Revised Master Plan Adoption Recommended to Committee
The modified report proposes permitting multi-family dwelling units in mixed-use buildings

Lacey Residents Advised to Participate in FEMA Hazard Mitigation Program
If homeowners wish to participate in the program, they are advised to complete the form on the township web page and include all the required information by Feb. 5

New Bakery Approved for Lacey Road
Confection Connection is coming to Lacey from Manasquan

Follow our live transcript of the Planning Board meeting

Township Solicits Candidates for Public Safety Director
Decision has yet to be made whether the Committee will replace retired chief with a public safety director or new chief

David Petty's home at the end of Koa Drive had six feet of water from Hurricane Sandy; he's now in the process of rebuilding

Couples Left Devastated by Sandy Will Have Dream Weddings After All
JSWA Director Arlene Schmid said that the association wanted to help local couples who have been affected by Sandy in any way they could.


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