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Ian Smith’s running mate arrested, charged with DWI

Four weeks after Republican congressional candidate Ian Smith was charged with drunk driving, a candidate for Burlington County Commissioner running on his ticket in the June 7 primary election was also arrested in a separate DWI incident in Atlantic County. Valerie Gallagher blew a .21 blood alcohol content on a...
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N.J. high school in mourning after shooting death of 15-year-old student

The Vineland school community is in mourning after the shooting death of a 15-year-old student on Thursday. Police responded to the 1800 block of North Delsea Drive in Vineland, several miles from the high school he attends, around 11:45 a.m. and found the wounded boy, authorities said. He was taken to Cooper University Hospital in Camden, where he died of his injuries.
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Identity of 15-year-old Shot and Killed in Vineland, NJ, Released

Authorities in Cumberland County have released the name of the 15-year-old boy who was shot and killed Thursday morning in Vineland. Cumberland County Prosecutor Jennifer Webb-McRae says the victim was Anthony Torres-Sanchez. According to officials, the Vineland Police Department responded to 1811 North Delsea Drive, which is a small shopping...

Driver Cited For Careless Driving In Pleasantville Crash: Police

A 40-year-old woman from Atlantic City was ticketed for careless driving after a two-car crash, authorities said. On Thursday, May 26, at approximately 4 p.m, Pleasantville police responded to a motor vehicle crash on the 500 block of Chestnut Street. A Honda driven by Isabel Sanchez de Ramos was traveling eastbound on Bayview Avenue approaching the intersection of Chestnut Street.

Atlantic City casinos kick off unofficial start to summer 2022

Memorial Day is the traditional unofficial start to summer, and Atlantic City is gearing up for the 2022 travel season, as its casinos prepare to welcome tourists to the seaside resort this weekend. The transformation of Atlantic City continues, thanks to citywide redevelopment projects, as well as major capital investments...
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Low Supply of Jersey Shore Rentals Pushes Summer Rates ‘Through the Roof'

When a new home owner recently asked Jersey Shore real estate agent Mike Contino if she should list her Ocean City property on the summer rental market for $7,200 a week, he balked at the price. A rate of $5,500 was much more reasonable and would be scooped up immediately, Contino told the client. A rental agent agreed.

Wildwood, NJ, Historical Society and Museum Ringing-in Summer of ’22

WILDWOOD — Founded in 1963 by municipal firefighter and eventual city historian George Boyer, the nonprofit Wildwood Historical Society makes a point of taking visitors back to their childhoods at this iconic Jersey Shore destination. But the museum on Pacific Avenue bearing Boyer's name features facts and artifacts from...

What are the most exciting casino games to try out from across the US?

Ocean City is a great place to live and has a lot to recommend it. While attractions such as the city’s nightlife or shopping rank highly, the sheer amount of other entertainment options here scores well. A case in point is the ability that people in Ocean City have to enjoy fun casino games online. As part of a state that has legalized online gambling, it is now no problem for people in the city to play at online casinos if they like.

Ocean City unlocks the ocean, business people take the plunge

OCEAN CITY – Mayor Jay Gillian, members of Ocean City Council and other dignitaries officially Unlocked the Ocean at noon Friday by turning a ceremonial key in the sand by the Ocean City Music Pier. That marked the official kickoff to Memorial Day weekend and the 2022 summer tourism...