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Replacement Of Stone Harbor Bridge

A drawbridge mechanism that has been in use for close to a century is slated for replacement on the primary route connecting Stone Harbor to the mainland. The movable span on the 96th Street bridge connecting Stone Harbor's main shopping area to Middle Township is scheduled for replacement, according to county officials, with work expected ... Read more

Ventnor Considers Projects To Improve Traffic Flow, Safety

Ventnor is looking to spend an estimated $4.8 million on three projects to improve traffic flow and safety. According to the Press of Atlantic City, the City Commission will hold a public hearing Thursday on a bond ordinance funding the improvements. The ordinance appropriates about $2.5 million in grants for the traffic improvements and calls ... Read more

Second Former Stockton University Employee Files Suit Over COVID Policies

Another former Stockton University employee is suing the school over claims it failed to accommodate religious beliefs in its COVID-19 vaccine policy. The suit was filed on behalf of Sami Doganay, 26-year-old resident of Wharton, Morris County, who worked at Stockton starting in 2021. Stockton declined to comment on the latest suit Wednesday, reports the ... Read more

Man Arrested In Wildwood Stabbing

Atlantic City police have arrested a man wanted in a Wildwood stabbing earlier this month. 43 year old Terrance Dore, reports the Press of Atlantic City, was considered armed and dangerous after stabbing a woman Sept. 10 at an apartment on West Poplar Avenue. He was captured in Atlantic City by local officers Sunday. Dore ... Read more

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Judge rejects Trump's effort to have her recused from his federal election interference case

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(WASHINGTON) -- A district judge has denied former President Donald Trump's effort to have her recuse herself from presiding over his federal election interference case.

Washington, D.C., District Judge Tanya Chutkan rejected the argument from Trump's legal team regarding statements she made during her sentencing of pro-Trump rioters who attacked the U.S. Capitol on Ja...

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Joe Manganiello to host 'Deal or No Deal Island' for NBC


Anything to get Magic Mike co-star Joe Manganiello in a Hawaiian shirt: NBC has announced the hunky actor will host Deal or No Deal Island, a tropical island spin on the show that once featured duchess-to-be Meghan Markle.

NBC teases the new spin on the classic game show will have 13 players "transported to the elusive Banker’s private island to compete for cash in a season-long, f...

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British Museum seeks public help in finding stolen artefacts

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(LONDON) -- Please return if found: Hundreds of missing artefacts formerly housed in a museum in central London.

The British Museum has issued a plea to the public to assist in the recovery of ancient artefacts reported stolen or missing from its collection.

The museum -- which announced on Aug. 16 that the Metropolitan Police were investigating "a number of items" f...

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Free at-home COVID tests from the US government are back. Here's how to get them

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(WASHINGTON) -- The Biden administration this week relaunched the website where Americans can once again order free at-home COVID tests.

The website had been shut down since June but came back online just as updated COVID vaccines rolled out across the country.

Here's how to order the tests and why you should not throw out old on...

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WGA strike to end Wednesday, members authorized to return to work

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(NEW YORK) -- After 148 days, leaders of the Writers Guild of America have unanimously voted to lift its strike, allowing writers to return to work Wednesday, Sept. 27.

"The WGAW Board and WGAE Council also voted unanimously to lift the restraining order and end the strike as of 12:01 am PT/3:01 am ET on Wednesday, September 27th. This allows writers to return to work du...

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Military families brace for loss of paycheck, services under a government shutdown

Courtesy of Besa Pinchotti

(WASHINGTON) -- As the nation nears another government shutdown, military families face an uncertain financial future where they may not receive a paycheck unless a spending deal passes in time.

Besa Pinchotti is chief executive officer of the National Military Family Association. Her husband, Dave, is a veteran of the Marine Corps and currently a civilian employed by...

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