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Atlantic City man dies after Thursday night shooting

Jasper Bell, 32, a resident of Anchorage Court, was being transported to the hospital when he died, Tyner said. An autopsy determined Bell died of a gunshot wound to the chest and the manner of death is homicide. Anyone with information about this incident can call the prosecutor's Major Crimes Unit

ATLANTIC CITY PRESS - 2017-11-17 17:45:00

Escaped teen accused in killing caught in Atlantic City

Gallery: Authorities search for four teens that escaped from Youth Detention Facility, Nov. 15, 2017 The search for a teen accused of murder who allegedly escaped from an Atlantic County youth detention facility ended Thursday morning when authorities arrested him in Atlantic City. Atlantic City Pol

NJ.COM - 2017-11-16 16:12:28

Accused killer teen who escaped detention center is caught in Atlantic City

Michael Huggins (Atlantic County Prosecutor's Office) ATLANTIC CITY - The fourth fugitive from a youth detention center was captured on Thursday. The Atlantic County Prosecutor's Office said accused killer Michael Huggins was captured in Atlantic City in the 100 block of South Carolina Avenue. Detai

NJ1015.COM - 2017-11-16 16:35:06

Absecon man tosses gun while running from cops, Atlantic City police say

ATLANTIC CITY - City police said they arrested and charged an Absecon man after he ran away from police while holding a handgun. At 7:13 a.m. Wednesday, Detectives Nicholas Berardis, Brian Hambrecht and Anthony Abrams, of the Special Investigations Section, attempted to stop Torrence Thompson, 30, o

ATLANTIC CITY PRESS - 2017-11-16 20:15:00

Last Harborfields fugitive arrested in Atlantic City

The last of four fugitives who escaped from Harborfields Youth Detention Center on Wednesday was arrested in Atlantic City Thursday, according to authorities. Michael Huggins, an 18-year-old murder suspect, escaped from Harborfields with three other teenagers after midnight on Wednesday. Several ho

ATLANTIC CITY PRESS - 2017-11-16 15:53:00

Man missing in Atlantic City waters

ATLANTIC CITY - Police say a man acting erratically jumped out a window of a home in the Venice Park section early Monday morning, jumped into the Intracoastal Waterway and has not been seen since. Authorities have been searching for him since then. Shortly after 12:04 a.m. Monday, officers responde


Atlantic City casino revenue up 1.7 percent in October

Subscribed, but don't have a login? Here's the latest for Wednesday, November 15th: China sending envoy to North Korea; California shooting gunman was out on bond; Roy Moore speaks to Alabama church; Secretary of State Tillerson announces new aid for Myanmar refugees. AP ATLANTIC CITY - Money won f


Shore CFO named to Atlantic City Chamber

ATLANTIC CITY - Joe Kelly, President of the Greater Atlantic City Chamber of Commerce, announced Wednesday that David Hughes, of Somers Point has been named to its board of directors. Kelly cited Hughes' extensive background in community service, healthcare, gaming, media, finance and fundraising in


Ipswich letter: Correcting the school record

Pepper White got it wrong when he quoted me in his letter in your Nov. 9 edition. I never favored the Winthrop School's being for K-3. When, as a School Committee member, I first raised the equity issue, my hope was that the Winthrop School could be retrofitted so as to make it roughly equal physica

WICKED LOCAL - 2017-11-17 20:32:29

Editorial: What Ipswich needs in a new town manager

The ongoing saga of whether or not the town should build a new school building at the site of the current Doyon School shouldn't affect the Board of Selectmen's choosing the next Town Manager. Far more important are the planning, environmental and infrastructure issues the town faces that Board of S

WICKED LOCAL - 2017-11-17 04:06:24

Ipswich River Wildlife Sanctuary Nature Preschool to host open house

Mass Audubon's Ipswich River Nature Preschool will host an open house to give parents an opportunity to tour its facility and grounds in Wenham and meet the director and teaching staff from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Nov. 18 at the Endicott Wildlife Sanctuary, 346 Grapevine Road, Wenham. Enrollment is

WICKED LOCAL - 2017-11-16 15:53:00

Police: Lawrence man who is Uber driver sold heroin to undercover state police

BOSTON - A Lawrence man working as an Uber driver has been charged with drug trafficking after allegedly selling heroin to undercover state police in Boston. Ariel Pimental, 26, was arraigned in South Boston Municipal Court on Thursday, according to Suffolk County District Attorney Daniel Conley and

EAGLE-TRIBUNE - 2017-11-17 13:49:00

The Residence at Riverbend names new sales and marketing director

The Residence at Riverbend, located at 149 County Road in Ipswich, recently announced the selection of Kailyn Brown as the community's new sales and marketing director. Brown has several years of experience within the health care and senior living industry. She has served in several administrative r

WICKED LOCAL - 2017-11-17 17:14:00

What Were the Salem Witch Trials?

The Salem witch trials, held from February 1692 to May 1693, were the numerous hearings and prosecutions of individuals accused of practicing witchcraft in colonial Massachusetts. The witch trials resulted in the execution of 20 people, including 14 women, of which all but one were executed by hangi

WORLDATLAS.COM - 2017-11-17 16:46:00

Water Closest: Oysters and estuaries

Dark and light green grasses In cowlicks swirl 'tween soft mud creeks Levied by dune and upland rock Watering place for more than ducks, Has depth and breadth Beyond its bounds. Where larval travelers get their start And subtler cycles turn To nourish out a thousand miles. Estuaries made up of salt

WICKED LOCAL - 2017-11-17 12:00:00

Food drive aims to solve 'heat or eat' dilemma

"There's too much month left at the end of the money," was how one of The Open Door's customers put it. And that, says Julie LaFontaine - now in her 15th year as executive director of the innovative Gloucester-based food pantry - just about says it all for how all her customers feel. But as income i

GLOUCESTER DAILY TIMES - 2017-11-17 00:03:38

Vincent Charles Van de Motter, Jr., 67, of Fayetteville

Vincent Charles Van de Motter, Jr., 67, of Fayetteville passed away November 15, 2017. Born in Cleveland, Ohio to Vincent Charles, Sr. and Mildred Van de Motter on August 20, 1950, Vandy was a blessing to all who would meet and come to know him throughout his life, due to his kind and giving spirit.

THE CITIZEN ONLINE - 2017-11-17 21:49:31

Fayette Commission stalls Fayetteville office park plans

Objects to annexation of 21 acres off Tyrone Road The Fayette County Commission on Nov. 9 filed an objection, with conditions, to the proposed annexation of 21 acres off Tyrone Road, for which annexation into Fayetteville is being sought as part of a 267-acre business park. The business park area st


Stonewall Ave. site expected to play role in Fayetteville's new downtown master plan

The Fayetteville Downtown Development Authority has purchased a 1.79-acre tract at 195 Stonewall Avenue near downtown. The tract is expected to play a significant role in the upcoming expansion of the downtown area after the approval of the Downtown Master Plan by the Fayetteville City Council. Situ


Man missing from Stockbridge area considered 'critical' is found

McDONOUGH - A 46-year-old man missing since Thursday has been located, Henry County police announced Friday afternoon. His case had been considered critical. Randy Lamar Wiggins was last seen around noon on Thursday in the area of Squadron Lane in Stockbridge. He is described as a a black man, 6 fee

HENRY COUNTY DAILY HERALD - 2017-11-17 18:31:00