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Hundreds of people clustered around a shallow pool Saturday afternoon, some of them children, some of them standing with mere feet and a wide-woven wire fence between them and an eight-foot-long alligator snapping its jaws and whipping its tail.
One of Atlantic City’s most dangerous neighborhoods will have a new, more advanced camera system installed by the end of this year.
Retired PBA President David Davidson Jr., Freeholder Charles Garrett and former city employee Guy Weekes may challenge Atlantic City Mayor Lorenzo Langford in the Democratic primary as he seeks a third term.
Retired PBA President David Davidson Jr. and former Atlantic County Freeholder Charles Garrett will challenge Atlantic City Mayor Lorenzo Langford in his primary campaign for re-election to what would be his third mayoral term.
Atlantic City’s casinos and Boardwalk escaped any major damage from Hurricane Sandy, but there is a different story in the resort’s neighborhoods.
Nearly 30 faith and community services group representatives are discussing how to best coordinate Atlantic City's long-term recovery from Hurricane Sandy.
Atlantic City will not have the money to pay for a citywide revaluation during 2013 — a step that’s part of what state fiscal monitors want to see before they agree to exit City Hall, city and state officials said Monday.
Erosion from Hurricane Sandy will delay the rebuilding of the Atlantic City Boardwalk along Absecon Inlet and likely increase the original $10 million project cost estimate, officials said Friday.
Scores Gentlemen’s Club will open in the Trump Taj Mahal on July 4, the company confirmed Tuesday.
Two dozen or so Oceanside Charter School students have been staying an hour late almost every day since getting back from their holiday break to prepare for the school’s 13th annual Winter Festival next week.
About 20 people at the Atlantic City Free Public Library spent Sunday afternoon collaborating on a mixed media sculpture inspired by Martin Luther King Jr.’s last speech.
A $50 million loan program aimed at helping resort homeowners and small businesses, and mixed-use affordable housing development are among the highlights of the Atlantic City government’s plans for the upcoming year.
Atlantic City sold more general purpose debt per capita than most other governmental entities nationwide during 2012 — including those at state and county levels.
Atlantic City Mayor Lorenzo Langford told the resort’s business community Thursday he wants less state control of local affairs during the upcoming year.
Atlantic City Mayor Lorenzo Langford will deliver the unofficial State of the City address at the Metropolitan Business and Citizens Association’s annual kickoff luncheon today.
State officials have received campaign finance disclosure documents from three local candidates charged with election law violations stemming from their failure to file those forms when they were first due more than a year ago.
Atlantic City police took time out Sunday morning to deliver Christmas gifts to two families displaced by Hurricane Sandy.
Atlantic City Mayor Lorenzo Langford criticized community organizers Friday for being “irresponsible” in the wake of a police shooting that killed 18-year-old Derreck Mack earlier this week.
Atlantic City Police won't have a new contract when their current bargaining agreement expires Dec. 31, but negotiations have progressed in a more positive direction than expected.
Operators of the Stanley Holmes Village housing complex have yet to install state-of the art cameras intended to be up-and-running eight months ago at the property and others in Atlantic City.
A 22-year-old man was seriously injured Thursday morning after an apparent fall from the Golden Nugget Atlantic City’s self-park garage.
Liberty Apartments reopened Wednesday afternoon nearly two months after closing when Hurricane Sandy hit.
Investigators have recovered the handgun they say 18-year-old Derreck Mack was carrying when he was fatally shot in the back by Atlantic City police — but they have not yet determined whether Mack was surrendering or drawing his weapon.
Atlantic City’s inaugural holiday music concert Tuesday night surprised guests with its turnout, lineup and other offerings.
Two men have been charged in connection with the incident that culminated in a fatal officer-involved shooting Monday in Atlantic City.
Ruby Conde and about 75 of her neighbors protested before Atlantic City’s Public Safety Building Tuesday night — one day after her 18-year-old son, Derreck Mack, was shot and killed by police.
American Idol" season 11 alumni Jermaine Jones will perform at Atlantic City’s inaugural holiday music concert Tuesday evening.
"American Idol" season 11 alum Jermaine Jones will perform at Atlantic City’s inaugural holiday music concert tomorrow night.
The Atlantic City Airshow is slated for June 26, a move that would break one tradition, return to another and ultimately might make better business sense.
Atlantic City Airshow organizers are scrambling to accommodate longtime headliner the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds after the stunt squadron released a demo schedule that doesn’t include the resort for the first time in a decade.
A temporary fire pump installed Tuesday at Liberty Apartments in Atlantic City will let residents displaced since Hurricane Sandy return to their homes next week.
Federal officials announced today they’ll pay for temporary housing for people displaced by Hurricane Sandy for two weeks longer than planned.
Atlantic City has closed the deal on $93 million in tax appeal relief bonds, the largest bonding of its kind ever documented in New Jersey, officials confirmed Thursday.
Atlantic City Councilman Marty Small says he's filed the paperwork at the crux of election law violation charges against him that were announced today by the New Jersey Election Law Enforcement Commission.
Atlantic City Councilman Marty Small claims the state is “harassing” him with charges that he violated campaign finance disclosure laws.
Using public water will cost about 2 percent more in Atlantic City next year, mainly to cover the increasing expense for Atlantic City Municipal Utilities Authority worker healthcare.
Atlantic City’s largest drainage canal hasn’t been cleaned out in a century, but officials hope Hurricane Sandy provides momentum for a $6.4 million project to do just that.
Gov. Chris Christie’s seems to be snubbing Atlantic City one month after his feud with Mayor Lorenzo Langford became fodder for national news.
Atlantic City’s holiday parade returns to the resort Saturday, kicking off a nearly $600,000 month-long celebration that is the resort’s most coordinated in memory.
Atlantic City's planned $103 million tax appeal relief bond sale originally expected to be finalized today likely will not happen until next week due to what officials described as disclosure issues.
Atlantic City officials estimate they'll need $238 million to run the municipality next year — but that number likely needs to come down at least $4 million to keep the city’s budget from increasing.
Federal Emergency Management Agency officials said Tuesday they won't close their disaster recovery center in Atlantic City — but they will relocate it.
Federal Emergency Management Agency officials say they won't close their disaster recovery center in the Atlantic City - but they will relocate it.
Atlantic City officials estimate they'll need $238 million to run the municipality next year.
FEMA’s Disaster Recovery Center in Atlantic City will close Wednesday, one month after the resort was evacuated for Hurricane Sandy.
Atlantic City and other shore towns aren’t charging construction and other fees normally required for home and business repair projects stemming from Hurricane Sandy.
Atlantic City officials will distribute food to residents Friday.
After more than a year of lobbying by local skateboarders, officials are moving forward with plans to open a skate park in Atlantic City by next summer.
Atlantic City police are investigating a shooting that injured a man as he was walking through an alley overnight.
Nathan “Lucky” Figlio and his 18-year-old quarterhorse Trooper headed out toward the shoreline late Friday morning.
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