Last Updated on Wednesday, December 05, 2012 06:36 pm
ABSECON – A Pleasantville man was arrested Sunday and charged with obstruction and several motor vehicle offenses after leaving the scene of an accident, according to police.
Police said Ramon Quintanilla, 29, was involved in a hit-and-run motor vehicle accident at 12:01 a.m. Sunday in the westbound lanes of Rout 30 near Turner Avenue.
Eagle Scout Matthew Chubb of Absecon, right, is congratulated by Scoutmaster Tom McGee of Galloway Troop 76 upon award of the Eagle rank at his Eagle Court of Honor Thursday, Nov. 15 at Absecon United Methodist Church.
ABSECON – An Eagle Court of Honor was held for Matthew Chubb of Absecon Thursday, Nov.15 at the Absecon United Methodist Church.
Chubb earned his Boy Scouts of America Eagle rank Oct. 2. It is Scouting’s highest honor.
Team Corinth holds up its flag and pledge. They are from left, Hasani Mayo, Noah Kaplan, A.J. Campbell, Thanasi Koutsfetsoulis and Ashleigh Liquori.
ABSECON – Students in Deborah Schafer’s sixth-grade social studies class at the Emma C. Attales Middle School already knew that knowledge by itself can be fun and thrilling.
But the students and their teacher wondered how much more fun they could have by applying their recently acquired knowledge of ancient Greece in the modern world.
PLEASANTVILLE – The state Department of Transportation is seeking input from Pleasantville residents at a public information center Thursday, Dec. 6 on its pedestrian and bicycle safety plan being completed for the city.
ABSECON – City police have indentified the man who was killed at 6:52 p.m. Monday, Nov. 12 when he was struck by a car while walking east in the eastbound lane of Absecon Boulevard.
Louis Angoy, 68, of Atlantic City was pronounced dead at the scene in front of the Knights Inn Motel by the Atlantic County Coroner’s Office.
Ronald Kelly and Dianna E. Hughes
Ronald Kelly, the vice president of the Pleasantville High School choir, passed his audition for the All-South Jersey Chorus and will perform with the group at the All-South Jersey Concert Saturday and Sunday, Jan. 26 and 27 at Eastern Regional High School. Kelly is a student at the Atlantic County Institute of Technology in Mays Landing. Here, he joins Dianna E. Hughes, who has been involved with the Pleasantville School District and local church choirs for many years.
ABSECON – Representatives of the bank that owns the failed Visions development say they are hopeful the Zoning Board will approve lifting the project’s age restriction at the Dec. 18 meeting.
“It’s the best for everybody,” said Jack Plackter, an attorney representing Amboy Bank, which took back the property from developer Vince Simonelli.
Last Updated on Tuesday, November 27, 2012 12:21 pm
HAMILTON TOWNSHIP _ Police charged men from Pleasantville and Hamilton Township in connection with the July death of an Atlantic City man, acting Atlantic County Prosecutor Jim McClain said Nov. 26.
Kahlil S. Blackwell, 20, of Corwen Court in Hamilton Township and Demarice G. Bennett, 25, of Adams Avenue, Pleasantville face murder and conspiracy charges in the death of Sedrick Lindo, 25, of Massachusetts Avenue.
Last Updated on Saturday, November 17, 2012 11:17 am
ABSECON - For at least the third time in recent weeks, the Absecon Police Department is investigating a pedestrian-motor vehicle accident.
This time police are searching for the owner and driver of a Dodge minivan that struck a 55-year-old female at 5:37 p.m. Friday, Nov. 16 while she walked through the Shoprite parking lot.
Suspicious vehicle leads to warrant arrest
Kyrie L. Johnson, 20, of Atlantic City was arrested by Absecon police Oct. 22 and charged with hindering apprehension and with having outstanding warrants after residents notified them of a suspicious vehicle on Beach Drive.
Police said Johnson, one of the occupants, provided false information, and police determined he was wanted on two warrants out of Atlantic City. Bail was set at $1.600.