Good morning, South Jersey! Here's what you need to know today.
TODAY’S TOP STORIES
» The White House has demanded a vote on the GOP healthcare bill.
Abandoning negotiations, President Donald Trump demanded a make-or-break vote on health care legislation in the House, threatening to leave Obamacare in place and move on to other issues if Friday’s vote fails.
»CRDA moves to layoffs after funding loss.
CRDA will layoff 15 percent of its employees after a main funding source was diverted to pay Atlantic City's debt.
>>Colts sign Mainland graduate Joe Fortunato.
Fortunato, a 2012 graduate of Mainland Regional High School, signed with the Indianapolis Colts on Thursday as a long-snapper.
The 22-year-old tried out with the Colts on Thursday morning. After a pair of physicals, he was offered a contract.
»Five more charged with FEMA & Sandy aid fraud.
Three people were charged Thursday in connection with fraudulent applications for Hurricane Sandy relief for a property in Atlantic County and two in Ocean County.
»Atlantic City police investigating a death on Albion Place.
The death was reported Thursday afternoon. There were few details on the situation.
COMING LATER TODAY
- We'll have a preview of the new distillery opening in Atlantic City.
- Cumberland County College will hold the official opening for its downtown Millville campus.
Stay with the Press of Atlantic City for these stories and more.