Michelle Brunetti Post, Press of AC

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Pleasantville, NJ, United States

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Recent articles by Michelle:

CitiStat shows Atlantic City departments received 88 complaints in 2 weeks, most still 'in process'

ATLANTIC CITY — City department directors were all at the second biweekly CitiStat meeting Wednesday, where the city released data showing 88 problems reported in the past two weeks and → Read More

Stanley Holmes Village residents say lack of heat, hot water a problem for years

ATLANTIC CITY — Residents of Stanley Holmes Village described life without heat and hot water, with broken stoves, mold and infestations of mice and roaches at a special meeting Tuesday → Read More

Atlantic City department heads to report on fixing problems at 2nd CitiStat meeting

ATLANTIC CITY — Got a gripe about how the city is run, or a particular problem to report to a city department? → Read More

Residents of Atlantic City's Stanley Holmes Village sue over lack of heat, hot water

ATLANTIC CITY — Seven residents of Stanley Holmes Village are suing the Atlantic City Housing Authority over what they say is the authority's failure to provide consistent heat and hot → Read More

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

'Deplorable' conditions at Atlantic City's Stanley Holmes Village subject of special meeting Nov. 29

ATLANTIC CITY — Many residents of Stanley Holmes Village, a public housing project that is due to be redeveloped in phases starting in 2023, are living without heat and hot → Read More

Drug bust takes 39K heroin/fentanyl doses off streets in Atlantic City, County

ATLANTIC CITY — A months-long investigation led to 16 people being arrested last Monday and 39,000 doses of heroin mixed with fentanyl taken off the streets, law enforcement officials said → Read More

Developer Bart Blatstein pitches $3 billion development project at Bader Field

ATLANTIC CITY — Bart Blatstein, CEO of Tower Investments Inc. and owner of Showboat Atlantic City, proposed a plan to redevelop the city-owned Bader Field with market rate rental housing → Read More

Casino executives push for safer, more walkable Atlantic City

ATLANTIC CITY — The city must become a walkable resort like Las Vegas if it wants to stay competitive, two casino executives said at Friday’s Clean and Safe Atlantic City → Read More

U.S. Supreme Court justice swears in Atlantic City police Chief Sarkos

ATLANTIC CITY — There was a surprise attendee at police Chief James Sarkos’ public swearing in Thursday — U.S. Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito, who grew up near Trenton and → Read More

State to start improvements at dangerous Galloway intersection

GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP — The state will soon start safety improvements at Route 30 and Cologne Avenue, the site of many accidents, including fatal ones. → Read More

Most Atlantic City department heads missing from first meeting to track municipal problems

ATLANTIC CITY — At the inaugural meeting Wednesday morning of the new CitiStat program, residents and business owners got a quick course in how to report a problem via the → Read More

Brigantine's fecal donor spreads message of 'perfect poop' through billboard

Brigantine's Herbie Allen is bragging about his "perfect poop" from high above the Atlantic City Expressway. → Read More

Atlantic County may get new voting machines if $3.2 million bond passes board

Atlantic County Commissioners are expected to introduce a $3.2 million bond ordinance at their meeting Tuesday, to buy new voting equipment for the county. → Read More

Van Drew optimistic about GOP after his big win Tuesday; Alexander concedes

The win was huge and convincing for U.S. Rep. Jeff Van Drew, R-2nd, a bright spot in the Nov. 8 general election for Republicans who were disappointed in results across → Read More

Linwood ballot question failing, Northfield's and Port Republic's passing

Linwood voters appear to have narrowly rejected spending $2.6 million on new lighting and artificial turf at Memorial Park, once vote-by-mail and early votes were added to Tuesday's Election Day → Read More

Atlantic City voters reject change to nonpartisan elections

ATLANTIC CITY — Voters rejected a switch to nonpartisan elections for their local government Tuesday, giving a victory to Mayor Marty Small Sr. and his supporters, who said the change → Read More

Alexander, Van Drew vote at local polling places, focus on outreach

Democratic 2nd Congressional District challenger Tim Alexander was up and out at dawn on Election Day, accompanied by family members, and voting with his wife Anna in the Smithville Community → 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

Youth wrestling program to bring physical, mental training to three Atlantic County cities

EGG HARBOR CITY — Get ready for some takedowns. Youth wrestling is back in town. → Read More