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Atlantic Cape offers accelerated classes
It took knowledge and problem-solving skills to be a good computer and network technician, and for many years Galloway Township's Scott Risley liked the work. But when he became a volunteer Emergency Medical Service technician in 2005, he found his true calling.
Ventnor Arts Weekend showcases talent
Atlantic City's gunshot detection system went live Saturday after a successful test Friday night that included alerts to two real shooting incidents.
Atlantic City’s gunshot detection system went live Saturday after a successful test Friday night that included alerts to two real shooting incidents.
Explosions and gunshots in Atlantic City on Friday were a sign of safety — not danger.
Arc to honor FACES 4 Autism and 21 Down
Vikings Run/Walk canceled
Display honors educators who served during segregation
Earth Day festival planned
Scholarships available for girls in sciences
Atlantic Cape offers computer workshops
Free seminar on caregiving
Atlantic City Council approved a program to give tax relief for seniors by charging other residents a little more at Wednesday’s meeting.
ATLANTIC CITY – A man was shot in the head Saturday afternoon at the Stanley Holmes Village apartment complex in Atlantic City, police said.
Mall to hold Kids Club science event
Foundation receives grant
MAYS LANDING — “I didn’t do anything to you,” Ryan Patterson cried to the person stabbing him to death inside his Hammonton home.
College hosts health career session
Flag football league seeks players
WEBSTER, N.Y. — An ex-con killed two firefighters with the same caliber and make of military-style rifle used in the Connecticut school massacre after typing a note pledging to burn down his neighborhood and “do what I like doing best, killing people,” police said Tuesday as another body, believed to be the killer’s missing sister, was found.
WEBSTER, N.Y. — An ex-con gunned down two firefighters after luring them to his neighborhood by setting a car and a house ablaze early Monday, then took shots at police and committed suicide while several homes burned.
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.
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