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Pickleball In Atlantic City: Who Knew How Popular It Would Become?

Pickleball is said to be at the intersection of tennis, badminton and ping pong. It is also looks somewhat like teams tennis in action. The Atlantic City Sports Commission has done it, again. They are partnering now through Saturday, September 24, 2022 with Pickleball Entertainment Consultants, LLC to present The Atlantic City Pickleball Open Indoor Championships.
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Prosecutor and sheriff reinforce commitment to Hope

Atlantic County’s prosecutor and sheriff signed an agreement this week that marks an ongoing partnership with agencies that help those with addiction and mental health issues. The Hope Exists Foundation’s mission is to offer support and service connections to those struggling with homelessness, mental health and addiction. Prosecutor...

Callaway Responds To Pleasantville, NJ School Board Allegations

Pleasantville Board of Education President Jerome Page has made explosive public allegations about Craig Callaway and what is known as The Callaway Political Organization. The Callaway Family has mastered the art of the messenger absentee ballot and vote by mail processes and have demonstrated the ability to wield disproportionate election influence in Atlantic City, Pleasantville and Atlantic County at Large.

Auto Thieves Hit Ocean City; Police Urge Owners to Lock Cars

An auto theft ring that has been targeting luxury cars and SUVs at the Jersey Shore hit Ocean City this week, prompting police to urge homeowners to lock their vehicles at night and remove the key fobs. “I implore people to lock their cars and take the key fobs with...

Atlantic City Restaurant Week Is Right Around The Corner

The Fall season has officially arrived. And with it, the always much anticipated Atlantic City Restaurant Week is right around the corner, set for Sunday, October 2, 2022 through Friday, October 7, 2022, featuring many high quality participating restaurants. The New Jersey Casino Reinvestment Development Authority (CRDA) is the presenting...

Surfers Brave Hurricane Fiona Waves Off New Jersey Coastline

Surfers in southern New Jersey enjoyed large waves courtesy of Hurricane Fiona on Friday, September 23, footage shows. Mike Bogad said he captured this video in Ventnor City, south of Atlantic City, on Friday. The National Weather Service (NWS) had warned of “dangerous rip currents and breaking waves up to 8 feet” and life-threatening storm surge as Fiona moved north. The hurricane hit Bermuda as a Category 3 before restrengthening to a Category 4 over the Atlantic Ocean. It was expected to make landfall in Atlantic Canada later Friday. Credit: Mike Bogad/The Weather Channel via Storyful.

‘Service’ flags erected in Longport, then removed after veteran complaint

LONGPORT – About two years ago, resident Mary Nugent asked the borough to erect a “first responder service” flag at Thomas B. Reed Park to express gratitude and appreciation for the work first responders do for the community. Before Labor Day, the borough erected 20 of the flags on electric poles along Atlantic Avenue, but quickly removed them after the holiday after a veteran complained that he found them “offensive,” officials said Wednesday, Sept. 21.

Northfield NJ Police Asking for Citizen Help With Numerous Car Thefts

There have been numerous reports of car thefts and break-ins up and down the South Jersey Shore this year. The City of Northfield has seen its share. Now, Northfield Police are reaching out to local citizens in the hopes of solving some of these cases. Police say, "Reports of motor vehicle burglaries, motor vehicle thefts, and thefts of catalytic converters from vehicles have increased over the past month."

Here’s What The Atlantic City Change Of Government Means

There is some confusion about exactly what happens if the November 8, 2022 General Election ballot question passes by the vote of the Atlantic City, New Jersey electorate. The ballot question will provide the voters with the opportunity to change the form of government from the current partisan (Democratic & Republican) structure to a non-partisan format.

Perfect Tenn Festival 2.0 Offers 10 Unique Events On One Block

ATLANTIC CITY, NJ –– Summer may be over, but Tennessee Avenue is heating up with its Perfect Tenn Festival 2.0, a genre-bending, unprecedented block party experience where 10 unique events will happen across four Tennessee Avenue businesses on Saturday, Oct. 8. Presented by Meet AC, Perfect Tenn 2.0...

Don’t Report Spotted Lanternflies Anymore Says NJ, Just Kill Them

There's nothing like the most recent kind of pest that's continued to plague South Jersey for about four years now. I'm, of course, referring to the spotted lanternflies that seem to have completely taken over the state. We've reported earlier this summer about how people have been complaining about them more and more in and around South Jersey, particularly in Atlantic County.