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L-R: Dennisville Branch Manager Chris Hayes, Museum Executive Director Donna Matalucci, Museum Trustee and Bank Director Nate Doughty, Museum Trustee E. Susanna Eisenhower-Turner M.D., and Museum Trustee John Turner. Museum of Cape May County, NJ – December 4, 2017 – Sturdy Savings Bank presented a Sponsorship Check to the Museum of Cape May County’s newest exhibit, “Bank on It!” – featuring over 40 Victorian mechanical banks of the 19th and 20th century.The exhibit is on display now through January 19 at 504 Route 9 North in Cape May Court House. These mechanical machines, with illustrations of animals, magicians, people and places, will take spectators back to a time when a penny saved was a penny earned and children were taught the lesson of depositing their coins into their toy banks.Sturdy Savings Bank, Member FDIC, was built on a simple principle: serving the community. Their mission remains the same ~ some 95 years later. Sturdy employees are committed to neighborhood service. You’ll find them where it matters most: your little league fields, senior citizen centers, schools, firehouses and churches. They’ll be at the AARP luncheons, the local symphony concerts and the food pantry fundraisers. Sturdy has grown from a small-town savings and loan association to a local, full service bank that understands there is no place like “home,” and they are dedicated to their role as a community neighbor, partner and leader.For more information about Sturdy Savings Bank, visit www.SturdyOnline.com or call 609-463-5220.For more information about The Museum of Cape May County, visit http://www.cmcmuseum.org/  or call (609) 465-3535.Sturdy Savings Bank, Member FDIC is an Equal Housing Lender. read more

first_imgSign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York A Baldwin man was sentenced Tuesday to 2 and 1/3 to 7 years in prison for driving drunk and high on marijuana when he fatally struck a 49-year-old man in Port Washington before fleeing the scene last year.Cosmin Florea had pleaded guilty in February at Nassau County court to  vehicular manslaughter, leaving the scene of an accident without reporting, driving while intoxicated and driving while ability impaired by the combined use of alcohol and drugs.Prosecutors said the 34-year-old Baldwin man was driving a Ford Fusion when he struck Donald Mooney of Lynbrook on Main Street near the corner of South Bayles Avenue and fled the scene at 11:57 p.m. on Aug. 15.The victim was taken to North Shore University Hospital, where he died.A New York City police officer who saw damage to the vehicle’s windshield pulled over Florea, who had a blood alcohol content of 0.13 percent, authorities said.last_img read more

first_imgCaptain Tom Watson will speak to the media alongside Europe skipper Paul McGinley at the course this afternoon.USA are aiming to reclaim the title for the first time since 2008.The Friday and Saturday pairings could prove crucial, and Watson has plenty of confidence in his charges.last_img