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Past articles by Zac:

Atlantic County reports its 250th COVID-19 death

Atlantic County announced Sunday the death of an Atlantic City resident from COVID-19, bringing the county’s pandemic fatality total to 250. → Read More

Mainland students create video for HERO Campaign

A pair of Mainland Regional High School upperclassmen were looking for an opportunity to do some good this summer and found it with the John R. Elliott HERO Campaign for → Read More

Trump boat parade on the Mullica River brings out supporters

Residents of Mullica Township participated in a boat parade Sunday to show support for President Donald Trump, law enforcement and the military. → Read More

Margate Lifeguard Association holds beach cleanup

MARGATE — The third annual Margate Lifeguard Association Labor Day beach cleanup capped a season that saw more litter on the sand than in years past. → Read More

Atlantic and Cape May counties report no new COVID-19 deaths.

Atlantic County reported no new deaths from COVID-19 for the fifth day in a row on Monday. → Read More

Atlantic County reports 23 new COVID-19 cases but only one death this month

Atlantic County reported that 23 residents have tested positive for COVID-19 since Friday. → Read More

Activist Steve Young to join Atlantic City-sanctioned Black Lives Matter rally

ATLANTIC CITY — Local activist Steve Young said Thursday he will accept Mayor Marty Small Sr.’s invitation to join the city’s Black Lives Matter event in front of the Civil → Read More

Atlantic County reports five days without a COVID-19 death

Atlantic County reported Sunday there had been no deaths resulting from COVID-19 for five consecutive days and only two deaths since Aug. 2. → Read More

Pedestrian struck and killed in Atlantic City

ATLANTIC CITY — A pedestrian was struck by a vehicle and killed early Sunday morning in Atlantic City. → Read More

Sister Irene Gormley celebrates her 60th jubilee

Born and raised in Atlantic City, Sister Irene Gormley, 78, has spent her life looking after the health of Sisters of Mercy throughout New Jersey. → Read More

Atlantic County traffic advisories for the week of Aug. 10

The Black Horse Pike will feature lane shifts for eastbound and westbound traffic between Route 50 and Leipzig Avenue, near the Hamilton Mall, from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday → Read More

Pleasantville native and museum founder, passes away

Born and raised in Pleasantville, Richard Pitts would go on to become a beloved educator, museum director and community inspiration 1,300 miles away in Manhattan, Kansas, before he died May → Read More

Showing Lucy some love on her 139th birthday

MARGATE — Lucy celebrated her 139th birthday with a toned-down weekend festival that included miniature golf, corn hole, an iconic hot dog stand and a man on stilts. → Read More

Atlantic City man found shot to death in Egg Harbor Township

Terrance P. Fox, 29, of Atlantic City, was found shot to death Saturday morning in Egg Harbor Township, according to Atlantic County Prosecutor Damon Tyner. → Read More

Five years after her death, Tiffany Valiante's family continues fight for justice

MAYS LANDING — Every year on July 12, Tiffany Valiante’s family and friends gather at her childhood home on the anniversary of what they argue was her murder in 2015. → Read More

More than 500 boats participate in pro-Trump parade around Absecon Island

More than 500 boats encircled Absecon Island on Sunday as part of a parade supporting President Donald Trump. → Read More

4 Atlantic County libraries to reopen Monday

The Atlantic County Library System will reopen doors at four branches on Monday. → Read More

Cedar Creek high jumper Nina Casselberry will join Georgia Tech's ACC program

Cedar Creek High School track and field standout Nina Casselberry will compete in the high jump for Georgia Tech. → Read More

WATCH NOW St. Joseph school supporters hold rally in Hammonton

HAMMONTON — Supporters of a high school to replace St. Joseph held a rally Sunday afternoon at the Mt. Carmel festival grounds to update parents on the school’s evolving plans → Read More

In Galloway, protesters and police come together in peace at 2 rallies

GALLOWAY — Two local groups protested Sunday at the Galloway Municipal Complex against police brutality. → Read More