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Three More Positive WNV Tests Crop Up In Atlantic County

Three new mosquito samples have tested positive for West Nile virus, according to the Atlantic County Division of Public Health. The samples were collected earlier this week from Pleasant Avenue in Hammonton, Mill Run Drive in Hammonton and Smith Bowen Road in Galloway. All were confirmed on September 27. West Nile virus was previously confirmed ... Read more

Alleged AC Drug Dealer Arrested

The Atlantic City Police Department arrested a drug dealer responsible for distributing narcotics throughout Atlantic County. On September 27, 2023 a search warrant was executed in the 900 block of Lexington Avenue, the result of a three-month investigation into the possession and distribution of narcotics. The target of this investigation was 19 year old Diogenes ... Read more

Port Republic Bridge Reopening

Atlantic County Executive Dennis Levinson has announced that on or about Friday, September 29, the Port Republic Bridge carrying traffic over the Nacote Creek on Old New York Road will reopen to traffic following the county's $12.5 million full replacement of the bridge and roadway improvements to the nearby intersection. The project is substantially complete ... Read more

Egg Harbor Township Trees

According to a news release Egg Harbor Township will receive a $1 million grant to maintain and plant trees, part of $1 billion in grants recently announced by U.S. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack, city officials said.The city will use the funds to hire a certified tree expert to maintain street trees, monitor city parks, plant ... Read more

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Suspect arrested in murder of Baltimore tech CEO Pava LaPere


(BALTIMORE) -- The manhunt for a convict accused of murdering a Baltimore tech CEO has ended, authorities said, even as the suspect's release on a prior conviction comes under further scrutiny.

Jason Dean Billingsley, 32, of Baltimore, was arrested in Maryland without incident around 11 p.m. ET Wednesday, authorities said.

Billingsley was wanted for first-degree murder, assault, reckles...

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'Harry Potter' veterans mourn co-star Michael Gambon

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Harry Potter veterans took to social media Thursday to mourn Michael Gambon, the actor who played Dumbledore in six Harry Potter films, who died at 82.

J.K. Rowling, the creator of the franchise, noted on X, formerly Twitter, "The first time I ever laid eyes on him was in King Lear, in 198...

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70,000 Armenians, half of disputed enclave's population, have now fled

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(LONDON) -- At least 75,500 ethnic Armenian refugees have now fled Nagorno-Karabakh, more than half the disputed enclave's population, according to local authorities, as the exodus from the region continues to accelerate.

It is feared the enclave's whole population will likely flee in the coming days, unwilling to remain under Azerbaijan's rule following its successful mil...

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New consumer warning about websites selling drugs like Ozempic, Mounjaro used for weight loss

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(NEW YORK) -- Amid the high cost and rising popularity of drugs used for weight loss like Ozempic, Mounjaro and Wegovy, pharmacists and medical doctors are warning consumers about some websites that sell discounted versions of the drugs.

When a consumer orders a drug online, they have no way of knowing what is in the medication, among other things, according to Dr. Kon...

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Donald Trump faces potential financial losses after a civil fraud trial ruling

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(NEW YORK) -- A New York judge ordered the cancellation of the business certificates for firms in the state owned by former President Donald Trump and others associated with the Trump Organization, casting into doubt the future of the private sector empire on which Trump has built his reputation for business acumen.

The directive came as part of a pretrial ruling in a $250 m...

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Biden impeachment inquiry live updates: House Republicans hold first hearing

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(WASHINGTON) -- House Republicans Thursday are holding the first public hearing of their impeachment inquiry into President Joe Biden.

The House Oversight Committee hearing will kick off at 10 a.m.

Republicans say the inquiry will focus on whether Biden was involved in or benefitted from his family's foreign business dealings, among other issues. So fa...

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