Ahmad Austin, Press of AC

Ahmad Austin

Press of AC

South Jersey, NJ, United States

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Past articles by Ahmad:

Cannabis licensing program sees the potential for veterans entering the industry

With the continued legalization of marijuana across the country, many are being met with the especially daunting financial burden that comes with starting a business within the industry. → Read More

Atlantic City councilman's son brings 6th Ward together with fishing tournament

ATLANTIC CITY — Blaise Kurtz is used to helping his father with community events in the resort. → Read More

Two cases of rabies confirmed in Mullica

MULLICA TOWNSHIP — The Atlantic County Division of Public Health on Friday confirmed two cases of rabies in the township. → Read More

Small fire put out at ACUA facility in Egg Harbor Township

EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP — Firefighters put out a fire Saturday morning at the Atlantic County Utilities Authority facility on Delilah Road, the authority said. → Read More

Traffic delays expected Saturday in Atlantic City due to Triathlon

ATLANTIC CITY — City officials have released information on the impact Saturday's triathlon will have on nearby traffic. → Read More

2 men wanted in attempted armed robbery of Bridgeton 7-Eleven

BRIDGETON — Police are searching for two men who attempted to rob a 7-Eleven on Thursday night. → Read More

Atlantic County Sheriff's Office lieutenant retires

Atlantic County Sheriff Eric Scheffler on Monday announced the retirement of Lt. William Ade. → Read More

Funeral for State Police lieutenant from Galloway scheduled for Tuesday

GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP — A funeral for a State Police lieutenant who died last week will be held Tuesday. → Read More

Wildwood Crest police arrest man twice in three days for resisting arrest, disorderly conduct

WILDWOOD CREST — A Pennsylvania man was arrested twice in three days after officers repeatedly found him in a drunk and disorderly state, police said Friday. → Read More

Sister of woman killed in Egg Harbor Township hit-and-run wants answers

Over the past few days, Carol Hoffmann's grief and shock have gradually morphed into anger. → Read More

2 accused of selling weed out of Cape May Court House smoke shop

MIDDLE TOWNSHIP — Two township residents were arrested Monday for selling marijuana out of a Cape May Court House smoke shop, police said Wednesday. → Read More

Drunken driving crash knocks down power line in Somers Point

SOMERS POINT — An Egg Harbor Township man has been charged with driving while intoxicated after severing a power line and shutting down several businesses in the area, police Chief → Read More

Atlantic City library board president dies at 90

William K. Cheatham, president of the Atlantic City Free Public Library Board of Trustees, died June 27. He was 90. → Read More

Alfie the swan relocated to Lacey zoo to avoid being put down

Alfie the swan will not be euthanized. → Read More

Funeral Saturday for 10-year-old shot in Vineland

VINELAND — Memorial services for 10-year-old Jasayde Holder, who was fatally shot over Fourth of July weekend, will be held Saturday, her obituary states. → Read More

Galloway parade returns after months of uncertainty

GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP — As a result of New Jersey's gradual reopening over the past few months, many are seeing the long-awaited return of lifelong summer traditions. → Read More

Million-dollar fishing tournament coming to Atlantic City

ATLANTIC CITY — Hall of Fame football coach Jimmy Johnson is bringing his annual fishing tournament to the resort. → Read More

South Jersey man, woman victims of double homicide in Philadelphia

PHILADELPHIA — Police are investigating the murders of two South Jersey residents inside a car on Tuesday. → Read More

Myron L. Powell School in Lawrence Township closed after terroristic threat

LAWRENCE TOWNSHIP — The Myron L. Powell School, located in the Cedarville section of the township, moved to remote learning Thursday, the last day of the school year, after a → Read More

Airshow returning to Atlantic City on Aug. 18

ATLANTIC CITY — The 18th annual Atlantic City Airshow has been confirmed for Wednesday, August 18. → Read More