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VENTNOR — American Red Cross volunteers are working around the clock along the Gulf Coast to help the thousands of people whose lives have been devastated by Hurricane Harvey. Among the hundreds of volunteers are 19 from New Jersey who started traveling to Houston on Sunday.

HOUSTON (AP) — Crews overwhelmed by thousands of rescue calls during one of the heaviest downpours in U.S. history have had little time to search for other potential victims, but officials acknowledge the grim reality that fatalities linked to Harvey could soar once the devastating floodwate…

LAKE CHARLES, La. (AP) — Southwest Louisiana balanced on a knife's edge early Tuesday as Tropical Storm Harvey threatened to inundate the region with potentially disastrous flooding 12 years after Hurricane Katrina made landfall in the state.

The New Jersey Shore Arts Association of Atlantic City awarded scholarships for two students to attend the Young Peoples Summer Art Program at the Ventnor City Cultural Arts Center. The students selected were Jocelyn Barlow and Lily Hocker, both of Ventnor. The students participated in various techniques of making art such as painting on canvas, jewelry making, pottery, mosaics and more. 

LONGPORT — Labor Day weekend brings the ninth annual Longport Historical Society Lawn Art Show to the museum. Local artists Marilyn Chackman, Virgie Mottola and Eileen Raynes, of Margate, along with Sandra McDonough, of Linwood, will each bring their unique art style to the museum at 2305 Atlantic Ave. in Longport. The show may feature one more favorite local artist, Doug Farrell, as well. 

TRENTON — Gov. Chris Christie said Monday that NJ Task Force 1 has been activated as members of the National Urban Search & Rescue Response System and will be deploying to Texas to assist with the rescue and recovery efforts resulting from the unprecedented and catastrophic flooding caus…

Monthly Brigantine Beach Cultural Arts Commission meetings are shelved during July and August, but board member Pamela Charchidi said some summertime discussion among committee members indicated that a couple of popular events are in the planning stages to return this fall.