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A rough ride for Atlantic City: Community wants main roads fixed

ATLANTIC CITY — The city cannot wait more than a year for the “road diet” project to finish to end the long and bumpy ride down Atlantic Avenue, residents and → Read More

Two-time NICU mom looks back on time at hospital

It's usually a happy day for expecting mothers when they welcome their newest bundle of joy into the world. → Read More

Luxury condos planned for former Atlantic Club site

ATLANTIC CITY — Developers of the Boardwalk property that once housed the Atlantic Club Casino Hotel say the building will be renovated into luxury condominiums. → Read More

14-year-old charged in shooting of Millville teenager

MILLVILLE — A 14-year-old boy was arrested in a shooting that injured a 13-year-old city resident Wednesday. → Read More

Travel for Venice Park residents just got a little easier with reopening of bridge

ATLANTIC CITY — It’s getting a little easier for people in the Venice Park neighborhood to get around. → Read More

Superstorm Sandy changed communities up and down the coast

Ten years ago, Superstorm Sandy made landfall and forever changed communities up and down the coast. → Read More

Young voters question their power at the polls while seeking open-minded candidates

Hannah Jones is a 21-year-old who said she’s never voted, and probably never will. → Read More

Atlantic County officials propose new legislation to combat juvenile crime

Atlantic County’s state representatives have introduced legislation aimed at addressing juvenile crime. → Read More

Old ACPD building, masonic temple an eyesore in the community

ATLANTIC CITY — Over the decades, many real estate properties in the city have been bought, sold and auctioned off. → Read More

With anniversary of groundbreaking near, few answers on what’s holding up Atlantic City ShopRite

ATLANTIC CITY — If a plan falls apart and no one is willing to talk about it, does it make a sound? → Read More

Brigantine appoints new fire chief, addresses need for new firetruck

BRIGANTINE — City Council appointed Paul Fuller as the new fire chief Wednesday. → Read More

Galloway fire engulfs home

GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP — A structure fire engulfed a Second Avenue home Wednesday afternoon, police said. → Read More

Downbeach welcomes Wounded Warrior honoree with parade

LONGPORT — U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Trevor Brunnell had never been to this tiny seaside borough before. → Read More

Free Jersey peaches coming to three shore towns Monday

You don't have to move to the country to eat a lot of peaches. You can do that right here in New Jersey. → Read More

'Like a violent dance': Atlantic City hosts karate championships

ATLANTIC CITY — It's more than just for kicks. → Read More

Atlantic City's homeless seek more than advocates say they're providing

ATLANTIC CITY — Surviving day to day is tough for people like Richard Fertig. → Read More

AtlantiCare's Safe Beginnings program gets new vehicle

ATLANTIC CITY — A small group of people gathered Friday morning at AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center on Pacific Avenue for the unveiling of the latest enhancement to the center's Safe → Read More

Funambula circus comes to Borgata for the weekend

ATLANTIC CITY — Roughly 70 people stood with jaws dropped and hearts clenched Wednesday in the surface parking lot at Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa, focused less on the sweltering → Read More

Stockton beam signing marks another milestone in Atlantic City campus growth

ATLANTIC CITY — More than 100 Stockton, elected and local school officials celebrated a milestone Tuesday in the second phase of the university’s resort campus development efforts when they signed → Read More

It's mural season: 48 Blocks holds kickoff party in Atlantic City

ATLANTIC CITY — The Atlantic City Arts Foundation held a kickoff party Friday evening to celebrate the city's growing public arts inventory, much of it driven by its 48 Blocks → Read More