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ATLANTIC COUNTY NEWS

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Atlantic County SHIP Counselors Help With Medicare Open Enrollment

Counselors from Atlantic County’s State Health Insurance Assistance Program (SHIP) are available to review and assist Medicare plan beneficiaries in making informed choices about which plan is best suited to their needs and which programs could help save them money during the current open enrollment period.

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University To Give Atlantic County Students Hands-On Training

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University is partnering with Atlantic County and the Atlantic County Economic Alliance to implement its aviation STEM program in area high schools, one of several cooperative economic development initiatives.

Coast Guard Medevacs Man 118 Miles from Atlantic City

An MH-65 Dolphin helicopter aircrew medevacs a man from a cruise ship 118 miles southeast of Atlantic City,...

Possible Traffic and Pedestrian Delays This Weekend During Atlantic City Marathon

Officials from Atlantic City are advising of possible traffic and pedestrian delays this weekend during the annual Atlantic City Marathon.

Marty Small Sr. Elected New Mayor of Atlantic City

During a special meeting on Tuesday, October 15 former Atlantic City Council president and Acting Mayor Marty Small Sr. became the new mayor of Atlantic City.

Atlantic County to Expand Medication Assistance Treatment Program in County Jail

According to the John Brooks Center, the designated treatment provider for the Atlantic County jail, nearly 80% of addicts released from jail are rearrested compared to just 45% of those who received treatment.

Frank Gilliam Resigns as Atlantic City Mayor After Pleading Guilty to Wire Fraud Charge

Atlantic City Mayor Frank Gilliam announced on Thursday evening that he will resign after pleading guilty to a wire fraud charge.

Stockton University Names Boats After Coach Stan Bergman and Former State Senator William Gormley

Two Stockton University varsity eight boats were named after a local rowing legend and coach, and a long-time supporter of the sport last week.

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.