More than 60 Atlantic City firefighters were exposed to coronavirus, and the union is not happy. Various media reports over the weekend say the union has filed a complaint against the city for not having proper procedures to prevent the exposure. Six firefighters tested positive for Covid-19 according to NJ.com.
36 year old Robert Hart of Pleasantville was arrested and charged after Atlantic City Police found him in a vehicle with his child, and 500 bags of heroin. Police say they witnessed Hart conducting a drug transaction in his car with his child inside on Crossan Avenue. Hart’s license was suspended at the time of…
Atlantic City Police have charged a 17 year old male in connection with a shooting and robbery that took place on Wednesday. Police say the teenager is from Vineland, and the shooting victim suffered a graze wound. The teen was also found to be in possession of 17 grams of pot.
A federal judge has ruled that a casino executive who left the Borgata for the Ocean Casino Resort must turn over a cell phone because it’s filled with important client contact information. Judge Gloria Navarro also ruled that the two executives who left the Borgata cannot contact any past, current, or potential Borgata customers.
A woman was shot to death in Atlantic City Saturday morning. The woman was shot on Belfield Avenue. Authorities say the shooter is still at large. The name of the victim has not yet been released.
“Black Lives Matter” is now painted in bold yellow lettering on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard in Atlantic City. Mayor Marty Small was on hand for the dedication attended by about 100 people. A plan by another group to paint a message on the boardwalk was cancelled by the group once they found out…
Governor Murphy has done an about face, again, regarding Covid-19 regulations. Murphy announced on Friday that smoking will not be allowed inside Atlantic City casinos. Previously, it was going to be allowed. Murphy said Friday the health evidence is just too great against allowing smoking inside casinos.
Atlantic City Police are investigating a shooting incident Thursday night that may have resulted in a nine year old girl being shot in the foot. Police responded to a call of shots fired on the 500 block of Indiana Avenue. Police found a girl with a wound in her foot that may have been from…
Drink up in Atlantic City. Governor Murphy has signed a new bill into law that will permit open containers on parts of the city’s boardwalk and beaches. Public drinking is now allowable in Atlantic City’s tourism district.
The words “Black Lives Matter” will be painted on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard Friday, in front of the city’s civil rights garden. Mayor Marty Small announced that local artists will paint the large lettering on the street. Another protest may be held in Atlantic City later this week as well.