The Jersey Shore’s seasonal workforce may have a broader age range this year, and that could be a product of high costs still burdening the economy.
The Vineland Planning Board earlier this month granted final major site plan approval for the construction of six three-story townhouse buildings with a total of 34 three-bedroom units.
For many, Tuesday will be a completely dry day. However, for some of us, there will be upwards of 90 minutes of rain to contend with on a slightly cooler than average day. A 50-50 weekend, split between wet and dry, will then be likely.
GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP — Seashore Gardens Living Center on Jimmie Leeds Road, not far from AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center, City Campus, is being acquired by Atlas Healthcare Group, the facility’s management said on Monday.
VINELAND — Despite playing different sports, Mike Trout and Tiger Wood are teaming up.
VENTNOR — Results from a yearlong resiliency study showed how flooding affected the area in and around the Dorset Avenue bridge and how to alleviate future flooding through infrastructure, prioritizing flood mitigation improvement projects and determining crucial vulnerabilities, such as hol…
ABSECON — Eleven people were arrested within 72 hours for alleged drug activity within multiple motels on the White Horse Pike, police said on Monday.
Here’s an update of the COVID-19 numbers in the state.
MAYS LANDING — The Coalition for a Safe Community hosted its annual teen summit at Atlantic Cape Community College on Friday to tackle one of the seminal issues facing young people today — mental wellness.
MAYS LANDING — A grand jury last week indicted a Philadelphia man accused of hitting a woman in the head with a brick on the Atlantic City Boardwalk two months ago.
SOMERS POINT — The Anchorage Tavern, which is undergoing ownership change, will remain closed while new management assumes control.
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Alanna Smallwood, who has spent the past 13 years as a school counselor and a total of 23 years in education, acknowledges the increased pressure young people experience today compared to two decades ago.
Lock them up! Lock them up! Only in their homes and for their own good.
PLEASANTVILLE — The Board of Education unveiled a $120 million budget for the 2023-2024 school year last week.
State Sen. Troy Singleton is using the fatal balcony collapse in Sea Isle City last month to increase calls for fellow legislators to pass a bill that would require further scrutiny of the structural integrity of multifamily dwellings.
ATLANTIC CITY — A local man was shot in the city Saturday night, according to a news release from the Atlantic City Police Department on Sunday.
Destin Lasco and the Cal Berkeley men’s swimming team both did what they set out to do: repeat as national champions.
New Jersey continues to be near the top of the country in documented antisemitic incidents, the latest audit from the Anti-Defamation League found.
For as gloomy and chilly Saturday was, Sunday will make up for it. Sunshine, a drying breeze and 60s will be around. The week ahead will bring a few opportunities for still needed rain, but also enough dry time to get out and enjoy.
The regulation of firearms is a challenging and contentious issue. Gun control, however, is not all or nothing, as partisan extremists of both sides would have others believe.
Surf Stadium, formerly known as the Sandcastle and Bernie Robbins Stadium, opened in 1998 to host the Atlantic City Surf, which played in the Atlantic League, an independent professional baseball league.
GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP — Officials have agreed to pay the owner of land slated to be used by an alternative school more than $1 million to settle a lawsuit alleging they illegally tried to block the school’s opening.
ATLANTIC CITY — Some people would think only a select band of misfits or deviants like scary movies, blood, guts and all things horror, but the New Jersey Horror Con and Film Festival at the Showboat Hotel proved just the opposite.
Riley Lerner had a bumpy start to her wrestling season, but the ending was perfect.
OCEAN CITY — Hundreds of people Saturday morning and afternoon thumbed through comics, eyed their favorite collectibles and even learned how to wield a lightsaber on the first day of OC Con at the Music Pier.
When Steve Coates appeared at the Flyers’ practice in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, in November, the rink filled with the sound of players yelling “Legend!” and going up to give him handshakes with big smiles.
Wildwood Mayor Peter Byron admitted Friday to helping others commit tax fraud, U.S. Attorney Philip R. Sellinger said.
BRIGANTINE — The island is set to get its depleted North End beach refilled this spring, but residents and city officials want a more permanent solution to their erosion issues.
CAPE MAY — The property-tax rate will remain the same as last year’s under a $35.8 million budget introduced by City Council this past week.
Read through the obituaries published today in Press of Atlantic City.
ATLANTIC CITY — The Atlantic City Arts Foundation seeks artists for a large mural project in the city's Orange Loop.
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VILLANOVA, Pa. — Villanova star and AP All-American Maddy Siegrist will not return for a fifth season and has declared for the WNBA draft.
March continues with some super striped bass and white perch reports when weather allows.
MANCHESTER, England — The race to buy Manchester United is taking shape.
CLEARWATER, Fla. — Trea Turner is a preseason MVP favorite, and rightfully so.
Liz Leitman made history in February when she became the first woman to issue either a severe thunderstorm or tornado watch.
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Gambino, the musical stage name of actor Donald Glover, was sued by Emelike Nwosuocha, who performs as Kidd Wes, in May 2021.
'Rainbowland' is a duet by Miley Cyrus and Dolly Parton which was vetoed by administrators for the Waukesha school district ahead of a spring concert.
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