Nicholas Huba, Press of AC

Nicholas Huba

Press of AC

Pleasantville, NJ, United States

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Recent:
  • Press of AC
Past:
  • The Buffalo News
  • Shore News Today

Recent articles by Nicholas:

31 years later, search continues for Middle Township's Mark Himebaugh

Thirty one years ago Friday, Mark Himebaugh went missing. → Read More

UPDATED: South Jersey Election Results

Election Day totals as of 11 a.m. Wednesday. Totals do not include vote by mail and early voting. All results are unofficial. → Read More

Sarkos named Acting Chief of the Atlantic City Police Department

ATLANTIC CITY — James Sarkos has been named Acting Chief of the Atlantic City Police Department. → Read More

Stockton President Harvey Kesselman announces retirement

ATLANTIC CITY — Stockton University President Harvey Kesselman will retire as the institution’s fifth president at the end of the fiscal year on June 30, 2023. → Read More

Bridgeton police investigating robbery on Casarow Drive

BRIDGETON — City police are investigating a robbery that took place on Casarow Drive on Thursday. → Read More

Motorcyclist killed in Atlantic City Expressway accident

HAMMONTON — A Camden County motorcyclist died from injuries sustained in a crash Thursday night on the Atlantic City Expressway, State Police said. → Read More

ABC's The Bachelorette films on the Wildwood Boardwalk

The cast of ABC's "The Bachelorette" was filming on the Wildwood Boardwalk Monday afternoon. Bachelorette Rachel Recchia, 26, went on a hometown date with Rio Grande resident and contestant Tyler → Read More

ShotSpotter alert leads to arrest of three Atlantic City men

ATLANTIC CITY — A ShotSpotter alert led to the arrest of three city men and the recovery of handguns and drugs. → Read More

WATCH: Retired Adm. Kevin Sweeney to discuss war in Ukraine with Hughes Center panel on Wednesday

Retired Rear Adm. Kevin Sweeney, a former chief of staff to U.S. Defense Secretary James Mattis, will discuss Russia’s war against Ukraine and the U.S. response in a one-hour presentation → Read More

Vineland landmark to reopen under new ownership

VINELAND — A city landmark for food and fun is transitioning to new ownership. → Read More

Bridgeton police investigating home burglary

BRIDGETON — City police are investigating a home burglary on the 100 block of West Commerce Street. → Read More

New Jersey lawmakers react to Russia invading Ukraine

Lawmakers are condemning Russia's invasion of Ukraine. Below are some of their comments on the situation. → Read More

New look coming to Pressofac.com on Thursday

A new look is coming to the pressofac.com starting Feb. 10. → Read More

Locals indicted on charges related to the Jan. 6 Capitol riots

Two locals have been indicted for their alleged roles in the Jan. 6, 2021, Capitol riot. → Read More

Area school districts, police continue investigating TikTok trend threatening gun violence at schools

What is the TikTok Dec. 17 threat? → Read More

Atlantic City Restaurant Week to continue in the fall in 2022

ATLANTIC CITY — Atlantic City Restaurant is staying in the fall in 2022. → Read More

Atlantic County sees increase in motor vehicle crashes and fatalities in 2021

Atlantic County has seen an increase in the number of motor vehicle crashes and fatalities in 2021, according to data released Tuesday by the county Prosecutor's Office. → Read More

Millville's Allen named Gatorade New Jersey Player of the Year

Millville's LeQuint Allen Jr. has been named the 2021-22 Gatorade New Jersey Football Player of the Year. → Read More

30 years later, search continues for Middle Township's Mark Himebaugh

Thirty years ago Thursday, Mark Himebaugh went missing. → Read More

2006 West Atlantic City killings still an active case, prosecutor says

Egg Harbor Township police Chief Michael Hughes was a detective when the bodies of Kim Raffo, Molly Dilts, Barbara Breidor and Tracy Roberts were discovered Nov. 20, 2006, in a → Read More