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AC Short Term Rental Meeting Tonight

The Atlantic City City Council is expected to take a final vote on restricting short term rentals in the Chelsea neighborhood, at a meeting this evening. The ordinance is sponsored by Chelsea council member Jesse Kurtz and follows the city’s recent implementation of an online portal for property owners who wish to offer short-term rentals. […]

AC Teen Charged with Robbery

A 17-year-old Atlantic City resident was arrested in a Saturday robbery after he returned to the scene of the crime hours later, according to police onTuesday. At 9:40 a.m. Saturday, officers responded to Sovereign and Atlantic avenues for a report of a robbery. A woman, 35, told police she was robbed at gunpoint and her […]

Computers by Appointment to Begin at the Cape May County Library, February 1st

The Cape May County Library will begin offering Computers by Appointment on Monday, February 1st. Library patrons will be allowed to make an appointment to use the library’s computers, printers, fax machines, and scanners at all branches. Patrons can schedule one appointment per day to use the specified equipment by calling their local branch. At […]

Sea Isle Considers Funding For Pickleball Court Construction

An advisory from Sea Isle City Mayor Len Desiderio who said on Tuesday’s City Council agenda was the introduction of a funding ordinance for the use of capital surplus for construction of pickleball courts at the marina, on the crushed shell lot. For over the past year, he says they’ve worked with members of the […]

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Health care worker and mother of 2 loses home in fire, now her colleagues are stepping in

Health care worker and mother of 2 loses home in fire, now her colleagues are stepping in

Amanda RhoneyBy NICOLE PELLETIERE, GMA

(GREENSBORO, N.C.) -- A health care worker who lost everything in a fire is now thanking her hospital colleagues for helping her family during these hard times.

Amanda Rhoney, a nursing assistant and secretary in Wesley Long Hospitals emergency department in Greensboro, North Carolina, was working the evening of Jan. 24 when her 10-year-old daughter Gentry ...

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Morris Chestnut says fans aren't shy about hating on his character in 'The Resident'

Morris Chestnut says fans aren't shy about hating on his character in 'The Resident'

FOX/Guy DAlema(LOS ANGELES) -- ActorMorris Chestnutplays arrogant, and unethical neurosurgeon Dr. Barrett Cain on FoxsThe Resident, and hes so good at the smarm that the affable actor says hes now getting confronted by fans.

"When people come up to me about this show, I know theyre really watching because they come up to me and [say], Oooh, I cant stand your character. Why did you li...

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2021's 'Doomsday Clock' stuck at 100 seconds to midnight, scientists say

2021's 'Doomsday Clock' stuck at 100 seconds to midnight, scientists say

Daniel Heighton/iStockBy JULIA JACOBO, ABC News

(NEW YORK) -- We may not be any closer to the apocalypse this year, but things arent looking up either, according to scientists.

The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists said its 2021 "Doomsday Clock" remains at 100 seconds to midnight.

This year, COVID-19 is to blame for humanity remaining scarily close to a global meltdown, according to the group, wh...

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New antibody therapies may cut deaths, reduce exposure to COVID-19, data shows

New antibody therapies may cut deaths, reduce exposure to COVID-19, data shows

Bill Oxford/iStockBy SASHA PEZENIK, ABC News

(NEW YORK) -- While the push to get Americans vaccinated continues across the country, preliminary data has emerged that lab-created monoclonal antibodies could be a treatment for COVID-19.

The pharmaceutical company Regeneron said Wednesday its antibody cocktail appears to hold up against the U.K. and South African variants.

Researchers at Columbia Un...

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BlackRock CEO urges companies to present plans for a 'net-zero economy'

BlackRock CEO urges companies to present plans for a 'net-zero economy'

hapabapa/iStockBy CATHERINE THORBECKE, ABC News

(NEW YORK) -- The chief executive of BlackRock, the worlds largest asset manager, urged companies to publicly disclose their plans for how they will operate in a world with net-zero emissions by 2050.

CEO Larry Fink highlighted climate change as a business and investing priority in his annual letter to company leaders Tuesday.

"Given how central th...

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All of Biden's executive orders, and other notable actions, so far

All of Biden's executive orders, and other notable actions, so far

Doug Mills/Pool/Getty ImagesBy MEREDITH DELISO, ABC News

(WASHINGTON) -- Since entering office on Jan. 20, President Joe Biden has signed more than three dozen executive actions addressing the coronavirus pandemic, economy, immigration, climate crisis and more.

Heres a look at all of his executive orders, and other notable executive actions, so far:

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Executive Order on Protecting ...

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