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Today's top news stories from the PressofAtlanticCity.com

Today's top news stories

A Middle Township middle school social studies teacher pleaded guilty in federal court Friday morning for his role in the ongoing investigation into health benefits fraud.

Caesars Entertainment, which owns three properties in Atlantic City, will now check rooms every 24 hours, in response to several recent tragedies at casino hotels.

Residents of Jeffries Tower are back home after being displaced a total of 43-days due to a fire in the building’s electrical room.

The Wildwood Boardwalk gets a first glimpse of summer with boardwalk business Sam’s Pizza opening for season.

The first round of the Cape Atlantic League girl basketball tournament starts Friday – see photos and video highlight.

Keep an eye out for these weekend stories:

Documents filed in civil court look to amend the cause of death of 18-year-old Tiffany Valiante.

See a gallery from the Jack and Jill Foundation-Atlantic City's "Black Panther" pre-movie party.

Sea Isle hosts it’s annual Polar Bear Plunge this Saturday.

Meteorologist Joe Martucci says this weekend's rain and possibly snow won’t stick around – check out the weather page for Your Local Forecast.

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Joined the Press in November 2016. Graduate of Quinnipiac University. Previously worked as a freelance reporter in suburban Philadelphia and news/talk radio producer.

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