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REPORT: RESORTS SALE SHOULD BE WRAPPED UP TODAY

A final approval on the sale of an Atlantic City casino is expected today. Resorts Atlantic City is expected to be in possession of Dennis Gomes at the end of today, according to a report by The Press of Atlantic City. Every employee is going to have to reapply for …

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OPEN HO– USE TONIGHT AT CAPE MAY TECH

Cape May Tech is holding its annual open house today. “Why Choose Tech?” is a special presentation that will be made to interested students today. The program is scheduled to begin at 6:15 p.m. and will provide information about the high school, career/technical education, academic classes, admissions process and co-curricular …

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SENSATIONAL 60'S TICKETS ON SALE TODAY

One of the big annual events in Wildwood gets its on sale today. The Sensational 60’s weekend tickets go on sale today. The show next year will feature the Spinners, the Righteous Brother Bill Medley and the Contours featuring Sylvester Potts. Admission is $45 per person. Tickets are on sale …

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SENSATIONAL 60’S TICKETS ON SALE TODAY

One of the big annual events in Wildwood gets its on sale today. The Sensational 60’s weekend tickets go on sale today. The show next year will feature the Spinners, the Righteous Brother Bill Medley and the Contours featuring Sylvester Potts. Admission is $45 per person. Tickets are on sale …

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JOBS BILL GETS DISCUSSION DATES SET IN DECEMBER

A bill by Senate and Assembly Democrats aimed at spurring on job growth will be heard over the next month. Five discussion dates have been set by the budget committees in both houses. Republicans say this bill package is an attempt by Democrats to keep the attention off property tax …

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UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS DOWN TO 26 WEEKS

The federal government failed to act on an extension and unemployment benefits for those who file will only receive it for 26 weeks. Previously, the benefits were available for 99 weeks. The change becomes effective today. Unemployment has been trending downwards, but slowly. There is still 9.2 percent unemployment in …

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MAN ARRESTED FROM 1980 KILLING PLEADS NOT GUILTY

A defendant who was a fugitive in a 1980 homicide in Atlantic City until his capture this February, entered a not guilty plea at his arraignment on Tuesday after waiving the reading of the indictment, Atlantic County Prosecutor Ted Housel announced. Lorenzo Carter, 51, was arrested in New York on …

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POINT PLEASANT MAN RESCUED BY COAST GUARD

The Coast Guard rescued a 59-year-old male after he fell overboard off a 45-foot charter boat he was fishing from one-half miles east of Mantoloking Tuesday.Rescued was Jim Sager, 59, from Point Pleasant, N.J. The Coast Guard received a call from a crewmember aboard the Islander reporting Sager went into the water after he …

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SURVIVOR TRYOUTS IN ATLANTIC CITY THIS WEEK

Ever wanted to be on Survivor? Then this week you will have your chance. The popular television show is holding a casting call in Atlantic City. The show will have staff on hand this Friday at Atlantic City Hilton. The auditions will take place from noon to 4 p.m. You …

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