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$1M worth of knockoff designer goods seized in Atlantic City boardwalk raids, cops say
Mohammad Usman, 35, of Egg Harbor Township, and Kashif Ansari, 32, of Atlantic City, were charged with selling the bogus merchandise from the shops, according to New Jersey State Police.
'Substantial heroin dealer' from Pleasantville sentenced to 10 years in prison - BreakingAC
A Pleasantville man who police said had guns and more than $140,000 in drugs in his shed was sentenced to 10 years in prison Friday.Terrance Harris, 39, will have to serve three years before he is eligible for parole.A joint investigation by the Atlantic City Task Force and U.S. Homeland Security In
AC Boardwalk raids net $1 million counterfeit merchandise, 2 charged
Mohammad Usman, 35, of Egg Harbor Township, and Kashif Ansari, 32, of Atlantic City, were charged in connection with sales of counterfeit designer merchandise out of Collector’s World, Moon Traders, City of Souvenirs and Ocean Point Gifts, State Police said.
Second weekend of active weather on the way, but not washouts
The atmosphere has quieted down from Friday evening. It is tough to get a spark for pop-up showers/storms to pass through in the morning, unless it is a solid system pushing through. So, just expect isolated showers/storms for this time, under a mix of clouds and sun.
Atlantic City wins Goudy Memorials; Brigantine 2nd
Atlantic City scored 12 points to win it, and Brigantine, without a race win, finished second with 11 points. Margate took third with seven points.
In Atlantic City, a century-old solution to flooded streets is working again
Now that system, called the Baltic Avenue Canal, works again after about 50 years of sitting damaged and ineffective.
Van Drew calls on NJ Transit to reconsider Atlantic City train closure
ATLANTIC CITY — State Sen. Jeff Van Drew, D-Cumberland, Cape May, Atlantic, is asking NJ Transit to reconsider a temporary shutdown of the train line.
Brighton Pediatrics Atlantic City location to close its doors
People recognize the uniquely characterized building as Brighton Pediatrics, which has served the city’s youngest patients for nearly 40 years, the last 15 years of which have been under Dr. Dana Sless.
School supply giveaway at end-of-summer celebration in Atlantic City
“Often times we see when children show up to school and they’re unprepared or they don’t have exactly what they need, so we wanted to meet the needs of the community,” Pressley said.
Aretha Franklin Queen of Soul had AC connections
FILE - In this July 26, 2010 file photo, soul singer Aretha Franklin poses for a portrait in Philadelphia. Stevie Wonder visited an ailing Aretha Franklin at her home in Detroit on Tuesday, Aug. 14, 2018. Franklin’s publicist Gwendolyn Quinn said Tuesday that the Rev. Jesse Jackson and Franklin’s ex
Galloway emergency management official urges evacuation preparation
The Galloway Township Office of Emergency Management is responsible for disaster preparation and response for our community. We accomplish this mission using a team of dedicated volunteers who work closely with our local first responders, government officials, health care facilities, businesses, and
Atlantic City Pageant Swim returns for 89th year Saturday
The swim is scheduled for 10 a.m. Saturday on the Michigan Avenue beach and will honor the late Sen. Jim Whelan, former Atlantic City mayor and member of the Atlantic City Beach Patrol, who died last year, according to a swim news release.
Get Ready For “Fun, Fun, Fun” at Beach Boys Concert in Ocean City
The band synonymous with the beach, summer and good times for millions of fans though the decades is coming to the Ocean City Music Pier and, yes, bringing their “Good Vibrations.”
No good deed ... Samaritan's car stolen in Atlantic City
When a helpful man approached the vehicle and started talking with the woman, Davis allegedly drove off in that good Samaritan's vehicle, which was later found abandoned, police said.
Pope condemns reported sex abuse by priests in Pennsylvania
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Community walk in Pleasantville to end with 'Black Panther' showing
The second community walk of the summer -- rescheduled from July -- will include an invocation from Chaplain Richard Younger at 5:30 p.m. and a screening of the Marvel movie, "Black Panther," in front of the community building at 8:15 p.m.
Ocean City Fishing Club holds 43rd annual Boys and Girls Surf Fishing Tournament
“Everyone cooperated when we had to call a stop to the event because of the storm coming,” said Ed Hoban, the fishing club’s chairman of the event, which was held on the beach near the Ocean City-Longport bridge. “It’s safety first — you have to do the smart thing. No sense putting anyone in harm’s
Calvi Electric building could become marijuana facility in Atlantic City
An application has been submitted to the Casino Reinvestment Development Authority to grant a use variance for the Calvi Electric Co. building on California Avenue to harvest and grow medicinal marijuana. The application, signed by Calvi Electric President Mike Brestle and Longview Strategic LLC CEO
4 arrested on assault charges following fight, police say
At 9:17 p.m., officers responded to Morris and Pacific Avenues for a report of a victim who had been punched, kicked and shot at. Police said the 31-year-old victim was reportedly in a fight with one man, Jaquise White, 21, of Atlantic City when two others, Aundrique Scott and Dante Miller intervene
Woman, 51, gunned down on front porch in West Philadelphia
Woman, 51, gunned down on front porch in West PhiladelphiaMother of woman gunned down in West Philadelphia speaks out