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Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is traveling to Myanmar on the first visit to the country by a Japanese leader in 36 years, as Tokyo bids to reassert its position as a top economic partner after decades of frosty relations with the previous military regime.
After living nearly 20 years in their one-story brick home, Sherry and Larry Wells finally won the lottery _ for a state rebate on a home storm shelter, that is. A contractor finished installing the concrete bunker beneath the slab of their garage in early May. About three weeks later, the shelter saved their lives when a tornado that killed 24 people tore through their neighborhood.
A parking garage partially collapsed Thursday outside a shopping mall in suburban Maryland, and officials said one construction worker died after being trapped under a concrete slab.
Thirteen Months Ago: A.C. Housing Authority plans security cameras
Beach access has been restored at Brigantine’s Seawall in time for Memorial Day weekend.
By DONALD WITTKOWSKI
A spate of attacks by Islamic insurgents in Somalia's capital is forcing investors, businessmen and aid workers to have second thoughts about expanding operations in Mogadishu.
(NAPSI)—A new poll on popular though sometimes controversial schooling issues shows that moms of school-age children are frustrated with K−12 education’s current course. Perhaps as a result, they want the ability to choose where and how their children are educated outside of public schools.
Keeping the meltdown-stricken Fukushima nuclear plant in northeastern Japan in stable condition requires a cast of thousands. Increasingly the plant's operator is struggling to find enough workers, a trend that many expect to worsen and hamper progress in the decades-long effort to safely decommission it.
The winners of the 79th annual National Headliner Awards, sponsored by The Press Club of Atlantic City, N.J., have been announced. Entries are judged by a panel of journalists representing newspapers, wire services, and radio and TV stations around the country.
Atlantic Cape offers accelerated classes
Garden tour in Cape May
NBA superstar-turned-TV pitchman Shaquille O'Neal is making another big endorsement. This time, he's backing Atlantic City.
For the past several months, there has been talk about Richard Stockton College working with Cornell University's Culinary Institute of America, which is regarded as one of the best culinary schools in the nation, to build a facility in the Southeast Inlet of Atlantic City.
NEW BRUNSWICK - Nearly three quarters of New Jerseyans are concerned with how climate change may affect the state and two thirds of those of those people say Hurricane Sandy and other recent storms changed their views on climate change.
Atlantic City Aquarium
Brokenhearted skateboarders long banned from Philadelphia's internationally renowned shredding paradise of Love Park may have a new object of affection: Paine's Park.
NEW BRUNSWICK Nearly three quarters of New Jerseyans are concerned with how climate change may affect the state and two thirds of those of those people say Hurricane Sandy and other recent storms changed their views on climate change.
Project plans for the county's new Wildwood Crest Library Branch were discussed at a public meeting May 16, which included an overview of the new library's floor plan, potential parking options and an approximate project timeline.
A new charter school in Atlantic City - approved by the state Department of Education in 2011 but never opened - is now poised to take over the site of the Oceanside Charter School, which will close in June.
Turkish leader's visit
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