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AVALON RE-ELECTS BILL BURNS TO COUNCIL

Bill Burns stays on Avalon’s Borough Council.  Voters put Burns back into the seat that he was appointed to in the summer, and now Burns will fill out the remainder of the term vacated by Dave Ellenberg.  Burns earned 314 votes to 175 for James Lutz.  Lutz has run for …

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AVALON CAPTURES FIRST MAYOR’S CUP BOCCE TOURNAMENT

Avalon captured the first-ever Mayor’s Cup bocce tournament on its home courts on Saturday.  Avalon defeated Stone Harbor in a best of three bocce tournament, 11-5 and 11-6 to take home a traveling Mayor’s Cup trophy that the winner keeps until the competition next fall.  The tournament was played at …

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AVALON POWER OUTAGE POSTPONED, LIKELY SOMETIME NEXT WEEK

A power outage that was scheduled for Tuesday in Avalon will not happen, and will likely occur sometime next week. Atlantic City Electric decided to postpone a 20-minute outage in the Borough scheduled for Tuesday afternoon so a substation could be de-energized and power re-routed through the community. The utility …

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MAN INDICTED FOR SEXUAL ASSAULT IN AVALON

A Lithuanian man has been indicted by a grand jury for a sexual assault that occurred in Avalon earlier this summer. 22 year old Egidijus Riaubys was working in the United States on a visa when he allegedly assaulted a woman who was unconscious on Ocean Drive during the early …

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