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Governor Christ Chrsitie, left, real estate investor Jon F. Hanson, middle, and Senate President Steve Sweeney, right, mingle before the Stockton University official ground breaking conference for the Gateway Atlantic City Project begins. Thursday April 20, 2017. (Viviana Pernot / Staff Photographer)

>>Gov. Christie doubles down on PILOT

Mayors across Atlantic County are gearing up for a fight against the state to get its 13.5 percent share of the Atlantic City PILOT money and avoid a large, countywide tax increase.

Read more here.

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A camera caught these images of the man who threw roofer nails in driveways.

Police in Cumberland County released surveillance photos of motorcyclist who threw roofing nails on some driveways, causing more than 30 tires to be damaged. Vineland police are asking for the public's help to identify him.

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3D printers are demonstrated at booths along 'Digital Alley.' Thursday November 10 2016 New Jersey Education Association Convention at Atlantic City Convention Center. (The Press of Atlantic City / Ben Fogletto)

Small in enrollment but rich in property value, the small beachfront school district of Avalon in Cape May County is again at the top of the list for per-student spending, according to a report released Thursday.

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Crowds enjoy the boardwalk during the annual Easter Sunday Parade in Atlantic City April 21, 1935. (AP Photo)

 
 
Check out of photo gallery from this day in history, including photos of crowds on the Atlantic City Boardwalk in 1935.
 
 
 
COMING LATER TODAY

- Runners prep for the April Fool's 7k, 11k and half marathon in Atlantic City this weekend.

- More than half a dozen South Jersey people will be honored during the NAACP Freedom Fund Breakfast by the Atlantic City branch this weekend. Read our story on who they are and what they've done.

- Volunteers are gearing up for a major beach cleanup along New Jersey's coast. They tend to find some pretty weird stuff.

Stay with the Press of Atlantic City for these stories and more. 

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