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Pleasantville man dies in tractor trailer crash on Rt. 322

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 A Pleasantville man has died in a single-car crash involving a tractor trailer on Wednesday morning in Hamilton Township. More>>

OC-Upper Twp. Little League team celebrate a fantastic run Video included

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The Mummers were making some noise last night on the Ocean City Boardwalk as they stop in front of the Music Pier to help honor the Ocean City /Upper Township 11 and 12 year old Little League team.  More>>

Contract awarded for wider parkway

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Another section of the Garden State Parkway is getting an extra lane in southern New Jersey. More>>

Resurfacing project continues along Pacific Ave.

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Lane closures are now in effect along a busy roadway in Atlantic City while a road resurfacing project takes place.  More>>

National Night Out is back on Video included

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Local PBA members, Northfield residents and police, came out to the city's council meeting today to address concerns regarding the Mayor's recent decision to cancel National Night Out. More>>

Two victims hospitalized in Atlantic City shootings

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Both victims suffered non life-threatening injuries, and police are still searching for suspects
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Travelers get a chance to win big money Video included

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The chance to win big bucks is encouraging travelers to make a quick stop at the Frank S. Farley Service Plaza.
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Residents hold "solidarity march" for Israel in Margate Video included

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With no cease fire in Gaza in sight, hundreds gathered in Margate for a show of solidarity for Israel. More>>

Cape May jewel thieves arrested, charged in multi-state spree Video included

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Authorities say three of the four people wanted for a jewelry heist in Cape May have been arrested in Maryland. More>>

One airlifted after afternoon crash in Dennis Twp. Video included

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A three-car crash in Dennis Township leaves two people hospitalized. More>>

Republican leaders talk Atlantic City's future Video included

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It’s been a bumpy couple of months for Atlantic City, but folks at the Steel Pier are focusing on the positives. More>>

Large snake terrorizes Lower Township neighborhood Video included

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Animal control officers received several complaints of a more than 12 foot long python snake in the Villas section of Lower Township. More>>

AC residents protest recent tax hike Video included

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"It’s very painful, very painful, please help us."For Atlantic City resident and Trump Plaza employee, Monica Hou, higher taxes come at a time when her job is in jeopardy. More>>

Narcan saves a life in Wildwood Crest

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The heroin overdose drug Narcan is responsible for saving yet another life, this time in Wildwood Crest. More>>

Christie calls special legislative session on bail

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New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is calling a special legislative session for lawmakers to overhaul the state's bail system.  More>>

Board finds fault in derailment, response

A train, reported to be carrying vinyl chloride, derailed in Paulsboro, N.J., Friday, Nov. 30, 2012, after the railway bridge crossing Mantua Creek collapsed. A train, reported to be carrying vinyl chloride, derailed in Paulsboro, N.J., Friday, Nov. 30, 2012, after the railway bridge crossing Mantua Creek collapsed.
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The National Transportation Safety Board is faulting a train operator for decisions leading up to a derailment that leaked hazardous gas into a New Jersey community as well as local officials for their response to the accident. More>>

West Nile found in New Jersey mosquitoes

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Twenty New Jersey residents have tested positive for a mosquito-borne virus that has spread through the Caribbean. More>>

Parkway rage leads to convenience store stabbing Video included

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Police say an argument on the Garden State Parkway ended with a stabbing at a 7–11 early Saturday morning in Cape May Court House.  More>>

Bracing for impact: Atlantic City could see as many of 8,000 unemployed casino workers in the near future Video included

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Thousands of casino workers face possible unemployment in upcoming weeks. With that in mind, the showboat and local colleges are making an effort to provide additional resources for those looking for future employment."The bottom line is folks want jobs," said Peter Karas, Campus President of Harris School of Business.Bracing for impact...with a number of casinos set to potentially close their doors in the coming months, Atlantic City could see as many as 8,000 workers looking for employment.... More>>

Korean War veterans honored in Atlantic City Video included

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Sixty one years ago, the Korean War ended in a ccease fire.. More>>

Concerns over proposed housing project in Upper Deerfield Video included

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"It's a priority of the township to preserve open space," said Roy Spoltre, Township Administrator Clerk with Upper Deerfield Township. 
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Security plan in place for Atlantic City beach concerts Video included

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It was a plan three and a half months in the making... More>>

Coast Guard medevacs child approximately 100 miles southeast of Atlantic City

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The Coast Guard medevaced a 4-year-old boy Monday from a cruise ship approximately 100 miles southeast of Atlantic City. More>>

Vineland PD searching for strong armed robbery suspect

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Police in Vineland are hoping the public can help identify the man wanted in a strong armed robbery that happened around 2 o'clock this afternoon at the Susquehanna Bank on Chestnut Avenue.  More>>

Police: Man robbed 2 people at gunpoint in Hamilton Twp.

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One man is in custody after police say he robbed two people at gunpoint. More>>

AC Fire Department to see additional funds

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Thanks to another Federal grant, the Atlantic City Fire Department will be able to fully replace equipment lost during Hurricane Sandy. More>>

Job fair held for Showboat employees Video included

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Facing impending closure, the Showboat Casino held a job fair Monday.  More>>

3 injured after boat crashes in Cape May County

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Three people were injured after a boat crashed into land Saturday evening in Cape May County.  More>>

Authorities: Mom drove drunk with son in pickup

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A southern New Jersey mom faces numerous charges after she allegedly drove drunk with her young son in the car and tried to elude police following a hit-and-run accident.  More>>

Beach goers react to possible state smoking ban Video included

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In Ocean City, a new ordinance banning smoking from the boardwalk will soon take effect. At the same time, state lawmakers await a decision from Governor Christie which would create a near total smoking ban on all New Jersey beaches. For some beach goers in Ocean City, a puff on a cigarette completes a relaxing afternoon.But for others like Nicole Licastri of Toms River, the day when cigarette trash disappears from the beaches can't come quick enough. “Second hand smoke is awful for the child... More>>

Call of Duty military expo Video included

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"To educate the people and bring them closer to the military," said Dan Lawlass, an organizer of the event. Organizers with the Call of Duty event say their main goal is to teach people how a United States soldier evolved over time. "We have various displays. We have reenactors such as Ben Franklin and we have civil war groups," said Lawlass. "I want to bring out the beginning of electrical technology not just in this country, but in the world as well," said Michael Kochan, a Ben Franklin... More>>

Star power draws a huge crowd at the 6th Annual Food and Wine Festival Video included

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Thousands of foodies eager to meet their favorite chefs, learn a thing or two, and of course sample some fine cuisine flocked to Atlantic City for the Annual Food and Wine Festival. More>>

Hospital shooting suspect charged with murder Video included

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A man accused of fatally shooting his caseworker and grazing his psychiatrist at a suburban Philadelphia hospital complex before the doctor returned fire has been charged with murder. More>>

Ocean City celebrates annual Night in Venice parade Video included

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Ocean City celebrated their 60th anniversary of the annual Night in Venice boat parade on Saturday. More>>

State Police ID 2 women killed in parkway crash

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State police say a woman and her mother were killed in a Garden State Parkway crash that also injured four children and two other adults. More>>

Claridge employees reunited at recently reopened hotel Video included

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Past and present employees of the Claridge Casino and Hotel gathered Friday night for a reunion party. More>>

AC Food and Wine Festival kicks off Video included

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The Atlantic City Food and Wine Festival kicks off Friday night with major star power.
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Hundreds gather in South Jersey to protest conflict in Middle East Video included

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As the death toll in Gaza tops nearly 800, Muslim activists here in South Jersey are protesting the conflict. More>>

Margate Community Church receives new steeple Video included

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With the help of a powerful crane, the new steeple of the Margate Community Church ascended to the heavens and reclaimed a spot in the landscape of the city. More>>

Former NBA all-star guest coaches at Ocean City Rec Center Video included

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An all-star NBA legend stopped by the Ocean City Rec Center Friday morning, and brought with him some valuable lessons to share both on and off the court with dozens of children.  More>>

Atlantic City accepting applications for boardwalk entertainers Video included

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Singers and sword-swallowers, magicians and musicians… More>>

Congress Hall celebrates Christmas in July Video included

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While it was a beautiful summer day outside, those at Congress Hall got into the Christmas spirit.  More>>

LoBiondo announces more funding for local airports

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Millions of dollars in Federal funds are heading to area airports thanks to the FAA's Airport Improvement Program. More>>

US plans wide seismic testing of sea floor

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The federal government is planning to use sound blasting to conduct research on the ocean floor along most of the East Coast, using technology similar to that which spawned a court battle between environmentalists and researchers in New Jersey this summer. More>>

Maryland casino eyes soon-to-be-fired AC workers

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A Maryland casino is looking to hire some of the soon-to-be-jobless Atlantic City casino workers.  More>>

Authorities identify victim struck by car in AC

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Authorities in Atlantic City are working to identify the victim of a pedestrian motor vehicle accident. More>>

New Jersey sues over Florida pizza shop logo

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The New Jersey Turnpike Authority wants a Florida pizza shop to pay a big toll for using a logo similar to the Garden State Parkway's green and yellow signs.  More>>

Green Dot Scam targeting A.C. Electric customers

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A heads up for Atlantic City Electric users as the company is warning customers to be on alert for a Green Dot Moneypak scam. This is how it works: The customers are told their account is delinquent and will be shut off for non–payment unless they purchase a "green dot moneypak" for a specific amount from stores including CVS, Rite Aid and Wawa. Victims are given instructions to call a scammer telephone number with their card account number and pin. Atlantic City Electric never endorses... More>>

3 Indicted in Atlantic Co. for Welfare Fraud

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Three people have been indicted following three separate fraud investigations by Atlantic County Authorities over a year and half period. The Atlantic County Prosecutor's Office says 32 year–old Shannin M. Harrell and 47 year–old Evonda Valentine, both of Atlantic City, were indicted for separate and independently committed acts of welfare fraud. The state alleges that Harell and Valentine received more than $24,000 in total of benefits they were not entitled to. 40 year–old Zainab B. ... More>>

Showboat workers protest impending closure Video included

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"We are not here to give up. We are not here to move on. We are here to keep Showboat open," said Chris Ireland, a Showboat employee. By the end of the summer, 2,000 Showboat employees may be jobless. Workers received their WARN notices last month from Caesars Entertainment. "We want them to stay open or sell," said Michele Jackson, a Showboat employee. "We are basically just trying to fight for our lives," said Curtis Wade, a Showboat employee. And on Thursday evening at Brighton Park in ... More>>

8 injured in bus crash carrying special needs students Video included

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A school bus crash in Galloway Township sends several special needs students to the hospital.  More>>

Family of drowned tourist suing North Wildwood Video included

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Sandra Smith describes the agony she felt that day, waiting for news of her husband after he’d been swept off of the North Wildwood beach. More>>

14 arrested in child pornography sweep includes school bus drivers from Mays Landing Video included

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Authorities announced that 14 men have been charged in a second round of arrests in “Operation Predator Alert,” a joint operation that has targeted offenders in New Jersey who used a file-sharing network to download and distribute child pornography, including child rape videos, on the Internet. Authorities say a total of 28 defendants have been charged in two offender sweeps under Operation Predator Alert, including 14 prior arrests announced on Oct. 28, 2013. Two of those arrests include... More>>

Atlantic Co. wanted fugitive captured in North Carolina

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One of Atlantic County's most wanted was captured in North Carolina early Thursday morning. More>>

U.S. Fish & Wildlife features Middle Twp. in Hurricane Sandy series

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The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has launched a series of you tube videos highlight communities impacted by Hurricane Sandy and how they continue to recover from the storm. More>>

Groups tell lawmakers to overhaul bail system

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Several advocacy groups are telling New Jersey lawmakers that they should move ahead with a constitutional amendment to eliminate the right to bail for people accused of crimes.  More>>

New substation improves electric service reliability in Atlantic County

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Electricity is expected to be a little more reliable in Northeastern Atlantic County thanks to a new substation. More>>

Ravens' Ray Rice suspended for 2 games for Revel incident

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Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice will be suspended by the NFL for the first two games of the season for violating the league's personal conduct policy.  More>>

Physical dispute leaves woman hit by car, EHT man arrested

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Police in Egg Harbor Township have arrested a man after he allegedly ran over a woman following dispute early Thursday morning.  More>>

America's Got Talent advances another South Jersey talent Video included

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Another South Jersey talent learned her fate Wednesday night on America's Got Talent. This was Kelly Glover's second year on the show. Last year she was cut during judgment week but tonight the server from Mays Landing made the cut and will be going on to the live performance shows at Radio City Music Hall. Be sure to tune in to the reality hit in the coming weeks to see Kelly's radio city music hall performance. More>>

Pair arrested at Galloway Twp. motel after discovery of drugs Video included

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What started as a theft investigation turned into a drug bust at a Galloway Twp. motel. Galloway Twp. police say they were investigating the theft of prescription medication at the Quality Inn and Suites on the White Horse Pike. During the execution of a search warrant police discovered a large quantity of heroin, crack cocaine and prescription drugs. 38 year old Larry McWhite of Atlantic City and 35 year old Cruz Sanabria of Pleasantville were arrested and charged with theft and multip... More>>

Conflict in Gaza force flight suspensions to Israel Video included

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 As the conflict in Gaza continues, a ban on flights from the U.S. to Israel is in effect.
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ACPD take 4 into custody following shot spotter call Video included

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Shot spotter leads to the arrests of four men after an incident in Atlantic City Tuesday night. Tuesday night around 9:30, shot spotter sent an alert in the area of the 300 block of Madison Ave. When they arrived, officers found seven spent shell casings. During their investigation, police discovered a defaced handgun loaded with hollow point ammunition, 15 grams of marijuana, more than $3500 in cash, and a digital scale in a residence. 25 year–old Angelo Tenant Jr. of Atlantic City was ch... More>>

Lawmakers lay out blueprint for Atlantic City's future Video included

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After lunch at Atlantic City’s famous White House Sub Shop, they walked across the street to the future site of Bass Pro Shops. More>>

AC Fire Department to receive federal assistance grant

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South Jersey firefighters are receiving hundreds of thousands of dollars in federal aid.  More>>

Land with unusual distinction up for auction in Cape May Video included

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A piece of property with an unusual distinction is up for grabs... if you have the cash. More>>

High School teacher arrested for allegedly sexually assaulting student

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Authorities in Cape May have arrested a Middle Twp. High School teacher after he allegedly sexually assaulted a student during October 2012-2013. More>>

Two local residents arrested in child pornography sweep

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The State Attorney Generals Office is holding a press conference Thursday to announce the arrests of 14 men on child pornography charges.  More>>

Dolphin population recovering after last summer's die-off Video included

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"This year is a more average year for us, actually it’s less than average at this point." More>>

Hamilton Mall celebrates Batman's birthday

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It's a milestone for fans of the Caped Crusader...  More>>

Pleasantville named most boring by real estate website

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One website's definition of boring is questionable here in South Jersey. Movado Real Estate listed Pleasantville as the most boring city in New Jersey. The real estate blog said that the town had terrible scores in non–fast food restaurants, population density, and even arts. The scores in active life options, music venues, and nightlife also ranked very poorly. Bridgeton also made the top ten boring list at number five. To check out the rest of the list you can click here. More>>

Showboat employees plan second protest for Thursday

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Showboat employees are once again planning to hold a rally to protest the closing of the casino.  More>>

Lower Twp. PD awarded grant for "Cops in Shops" program Video included

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A Cape May County Police Department has been awarded a federal grant for their "Cops in Shops" program. More>>

Millville man charged in fatal February crash

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Vineland Police announced Wednesday that they have charged a Millville man with vehicular homicide for a February car crash. More>>

Mayor: 6 potential buyers for Revel casino

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Atlantic City's mayor says there are six potential buyers for the Revel Casino Hotel, which is up for sale next month at a bankruptcy auction.  More>>

Man arrested for alleged unlawful sexual conduct with 16-year-old

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After a five-month long investigation, authorities in Atlantic County have arrested a man for allegedly engaging in unlawful sexual conduct with a 16-year-old Cape May Courthouse teen.   More>>

Chris Christie kicks off his "No Pain, No Gain" summer town hall series Video included

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Governor Chris Christie was in Long Beach Island Tuesday to deliver his no pain, no gain campaign in his summer town hall series. More>>

American Red Cross is calling for donations Video included

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The American Red Cross has issued an urgent call for blood and platelet donors. The organization says our area is facing a looming blood shortage and is encouraging anyone who can to give blood. Donations are down 8 percent over the last 11 weeks and the Red Cross says the numbers continue to decline creating the potential for an emergency situation in the coming weeks. To find out where you can give blood or platelets you can call the Red Cross at 1 (800) red cross. More>>

Galloway girl competes in Judgment Week on 'America's Got Talent' Video included

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Mara Justine is hoping for a pitch-perfect second appearance on America’s Got Talent after wowing judges the first time around. More>>

Baseball equipment donated to AC Boys and Girls Club Video included

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Kids helping kids, a donation of a favorite past-time equipment will help members of the Atlantic City Boys and Girls Club enjoy the summer.  More>>

"Stop the Silence" cookout promotes trust between residents and police Video included

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It may look like a fun day for the kids, but the goals of the unity day cookout extends far beyond that. More>>

AC-area pols seek 4 month delay in casino closings

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Three Atlantic City-area state lawmakers want New Jersey casino regulators to force the Showboat and Trump Plaza to remain open at least four more months, in order to let prospective buyers for the casinos kick the tires.  More>>

Man struck and killed by car in Upper Twp. Video included

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Unions, Christie clashing again over pensions

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Gov. Chris Christie says the only threat to the pensions of retired New Jersey public workers is if the system goes bankrupt.  More>>

Two suspects wanted in AC casino heist

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The search continues for two masked robbers who stole over $180,000 from an Atlantic City casino. More>>

'Enforcer' for AC 'Dirty Blok' gang sentenced to 12.5 years Video included

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A member of Atlantic City's "Dirty Blok" drug gang will be spending the next 12 and half years on the prison block.  More>>

ACY to see nearly $1.8M in federal funding

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Atlantic City International Airport will soon see nearly $1.8 million in federal funding from the Federal Aviation Administration, announced today by U.S. Congressman Frank A. LoBiondo (NJ-02).   More>>

2 arrested for heroin possession

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Two Egg Harbor Township residents were arrested Monday after being caught with heroin.  More>>

Man arrested for stealing flat screen televisions

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Authorities in Egg Harbor Township have arrested a man who allegedly stole electronics from a local supermarket.  More>>

Delivery driver robbed at gunpoint in Absecon

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Police say one of the suspects was seen with a handgun during the attack
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Teen Paranormal Society Project in Wildwood Video included

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A group of teens set out to conduct an unusual research project in Wildwood Monday. More>>

Coast Guard suspends search for missing boater near Longport Video included

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Coast Guard officials say the collision with an unlit buoy threw both men from their pontoon boat More>>

Residents react to violent weekend in Atlantic City Video included

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"The kids can't even walk the streets anymore. It's really, really bad out here," said Shirley Hicks, a resident of Atlantic City.
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Hurricane Sandy helpers get lunch from Kevin Bacon Video included

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A familiar face popped up in Atlantic City to show support for those who are supporting those in need. More>>

EHT Police searching for attempted armed robbery suspect Video included

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A man in line at a drive through at a fast-food restaurant in Egg Harbor Township was the victim of an attempted armed robbery.  More>>

Suspect wanted in Middle Twp. attempted sexual assault incident

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Police in Middle Township are searching for a man after an attempted sexual assault incident off the Cape May County beach. More>>

Heroin overdose antidote administered successfully for the first time in Middle Twp.

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Authorities in Middle Township say they administered the heroin overdose antidote, Narcan, for the first time, successfully.  More>>

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