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Atlantic County Coastal Communities Given $7.3 Million Grant for Home Elevations

ATLANTIC COUNTY — The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has awarded a $7.3 million...

Atlantic County Sheriff’s Office and Rowan University to Train First Responders on Overdose Prevention

The Atlantic County Sheriff’s Office and Rowan University School of Osteopathic Medicine will collaborate through a federal grant to provide overdose prevention training for first responders across Atlantic County.

Traveling Replica of Vietnam Veterans Memorial Comes to Buena for Limited Time, Ceremony on Oct. 3

Mayor David Zappariello and Buena Borough Council are proud to announce that the Moving Wall, a half-sized replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, will be on display as the first of a series of events geared toward honoring the borough’s veterans.

Eastern Equine Encephalitis Found in Atlantic Couty Resident

The first human case of Eastern Equine Encephalitis in Atlantic County has been confirmed by the New Jersey Department of Health.

Atlantic County Animal Shelter Lowering Adoption Fees for Cats and Kittens During ‘Purricane Month’ Promotion

Shelter adoptions include age-appropriate vaccinations, diagnostic testing, a microchip, and a free veterinary consultation.

‘Surf For A Cause’ Generates Immense Swell of Support for Cancer Research

With ideal surfing conditions on the water, the Dean Randazzo Cancer Foundation made a big impact for people with cancer on Saturday, September 7.

Atlantic City First Responders to Compete in Battle of the Badges Blood Drive

To date, the Battle of the Badges has collected 163 pints of blood in the past three years, potentially helping close to 500 patients.

Fifth Case of Rabies Found in Atlantic County

The skunk was collected and tested at a state lab where it was confirmed positive for rabies on September 3.

Atlantic City to Host State Public Hearing on Sexual Harassment Later This Month

The hearings will include comments from experts, including from leaders in labor unions, advocacy organizations, academia, community organizations, businesses, sexual violence service providers, and more. There will be open time for members of the public to speak.

Atlantic County Agency on Aging Hosting ‘New to Medicare’ Workshops this Month

The "New to Medicare" workshops aims to help newly enrolled Medicare participants or those who will soon be eligible to have a better understanding of changes in the Medicare system.