Month: July 2021

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Structural Issues Prompt Weight Limits On Bridge

Officials in Atlantic City have put a weight limit on one of the city’s Venice Park bridges. According to the Press of Atlantic City, they say it’s because the poor condition of the span is a public safety risk. Mayor Marty Small Sr. Thursday outlined the city’s plans to repair the existing bridges and eventually … Continue Reading Structural Issues Prompt Weight Limits On Bridge

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Two Busted For Allegedly Selling Pot Out Of Smokeshop

Two people under arrest, accused of selling pot out of the Enlightened Smoke and Specialty Shop, located at 14 South Main St., in Court House. Middle Township Police Department say they investigated after a complaint and executed a search warrant at the shop this week. The Cape May County Herald reports as a result of … Continue Reading Two Busted For Allegedly Selling Pot Out Of Smokeshop

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Former AC Substitute Teacher Draws Prison Term

A former Atlantic City substitute teacher and Department of Children and Family Services caseworker was sentenced to 20 years and one month in federal prison after pleading guilty earlier this year to the exploitation of a young boy who was in his care. The Press of Atlantic City reports 29 year old Kayan Frazier Frazier … Continue Reading Former AC Substitute Teacher Draws Prison Term

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North Wildwood Approves Beach Replenishment

A resolution approved in North Wildwood to fill in several beaches to combat damage from harsh storms. The Cape May County Herald reports a 12-mile portion of the New Jersey coastline, from Townsend’s Inlet to Cape May Inlet, is set to undergo beach replenishment in order to help prevent further storm damage. It was most … Continue Reading North Wildwood Approves Beach Replenishment

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North Wildwood Residents Voice Concerns About Violence

Some North Wildwood residents say they’re concerned about ongoing criminal behavior. Some talked at a recent City Council meeting outlining various incidence of violence including what they called the same people” going around and playing games of “knock out,” where many juveniles become violent and assault others until they are presumed to be unconscious. According … Continue Reading North Wildwood Residents Voice Concerns About Violence

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AC Issues Close Atlantic County Office Building

Due to ongoing air conditioning issues in the Atlantic County Office Building, 1333 Atlantic Avenue, Atlantic City, the building will remain closed through Tuesday, July 27. All other county facilities are operating as usual. Individuals who are scheduled to pick up an EBT card on Tuesday, should contact (609) 345-6700, ext. 2353, to make arrangements.

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TANF Recipients, 16-24 Years Old, Are Encouraged to Earn While They Learn

Atlantic County residents ages 16-24, who are recipients of Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF), are encouraged to apply for summer employment through the Atlantic County Office of Workforce Development. Participants can earn money while gaining valuable job experience. Employment opportunities are available through October 31. Qualified applicants can earn $15 an hour for 30 … Continue Reading TANF Recipients, 16-24 Years Old, Are Encouraged to Earn While They Learn

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AC Man Faces Terrorist Threatening, Endangerment Charges

An Atlantic city resident and former City Council candidate has been arrested for allegedly threatening to kill a woman with a knife while she was holding her baby. The Press of Atlantic City reports 39 year old Aaron Carrington is charged with making terroristic threats, endangering the welfare of a child, unlawful possession of a … Continue Reading AC Man Faces Terrorist Threatening, Endangerment Charges