An Atlantic City native was sworn Wednesday in as the alternate student trustee on Stockton University’s Board of Trustees. Deon Davis, 20, a 2015 Atlantic City High School graduate, is a junior major in communications. He was in the Boys and Girls Club’s Champions of Youth Program, and was Atlantic County Youth of the Year … Read moreAtlantic City native sworn-in as Stockton University alternate student trustee
Police have identified a truck driver who blamed his GPS on a turn that landed him on the Boardwalk in Ventnor. Antonio Menjivar, 60, of Dallas, Texas, told police he got on the Boardwalk at Albany Avenue in Atlantic City, and drove west.. After about 2½ miles, he wound up stuck in Ventnor, unable to … Read moreTrucker from Texas winds up stuck on Ventnor Boardwalk
Police and emergency personnel were on the scene of a crash on Route 40 near Indiana Avenue in Mays Landing on Wednesday afternoon. As of 4:40 p.m., motorists were being urged to take an alternate route, Hamilton Township police said. No further information was immediately available.
A Pennsylvania company will pay $3.5 million to resolve allegations that it caused a fire at the Federal Aviation Administration’s William J. Hughes Technical Center in Egg Harbor Township in 2012. Bensalem-based EDA Contractors Inc. began roofing work at the Tech Center in May 2012. Part of that work involved replacing the roof of Building … Read moreBensalem company to pay $3.5 million for damage to roof at Hughes Tech Center in 2012