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Adding Allure to The Boardwalk

Russ Eisle and Donna Marie are bringing back the charm of the Atlantic City Boardwalk.   Steven Lemongello writes about Mr. Eisle and his wife’s Haunted Tales: “My wife and I went down to the Boardwalk, and we were looking at the same stores over and over,” Eisle said. “There was nothing for families on the … Continue reading

Blessed Mother Statue at Our Lady Star of the Sea Parish, A Drama of Authority and Popular Devotion

There is a statue of the Blessed Mother which sits adjacent Our Lady Star of the Sea Church.   The statue, like many items of religious devotion, had been neglected over the years.   Christina Thomasello began to take an interest in the Marian shrine, as thanksgiving to Mary for the Blessed Mother’s intercession in her personal … Continue reading

Absentee Ballot Update

Yesterday, we reported a court hearing on what turned out to be 117 late arriving absentee ballots.   Also on Wednesday, Superior Court Judge Valerie Armstrong ruled that 117 absentee ballots delivered 54 seconds after Tuesday’s 8 p.m. deadline would not be counted. The four members of the Board of Elections, who are scheduled to appear … Continue reading

Free Internet in Atlantic City

Amy Baratta reports: TRUE to the city’s marketing tagline, “Always Turned On,” the Atlantic City Convention and Visitors Authority teamed up with FreeFi Networks, a Los Angeles-based company that offers content and advertiser-supported Public Internet WiFi access, to create one the largest free wireless hotspots on the East Coast. The free, public-access network covers nearly … Continue reading

Breaking News – Court Hearing on New Messenger Ballots

The Atlantic County Board of Elections is participating in a 3pm court hearing on some newly discovered messenger ballots, in Courtroom 3A.   A representative of the Kurtz Team will be attending this hearing to bring you the results of what transpires.