Last Updated on Monday, November 11, 2013 11:21 am
Submitted by the Absecon Police Department/A man in his 20s used a taxi as a getaway vehicle on Wednesday, Sept. 25 when he robbed the Absecon branch of the TD Bank.
ABSECON -- In the end, a taxicab doesn’t make a great getaway vehicle.
On Friday, Nov. 9, the Absecon Police Department announced the arrest of the man who is suspected of being the taxicab bandit who held up the TD Bank Absecon branch Sept. 25, according to a release issued by the Absecon Police Department.
Pleasantville Honor Society students have fun creating sweet treats that will be sold during a fundraiser./Submitted
On Tuesday, Oct. 29, the Pleasantville High School Academic Honor Society Advisors Dave Masters and Kellie Carman-Davis stayed after school for a few hours to treat the high school population to hand-made chocolate covered Oreos and chocolate Halloween lollipops!
Submitted/Pictured are Pleasantville French 2 students: Fritzbert Vertus, Emilio Cortes-Ramirez, Jean Brevil, Omar Wallace, Kayna Goldman, Dimitri Leger, Angelie Martinez, Danaelle Charles, Racquel Wynder, Carlos Gonzalez, and Brianna Nunez.
Pleasantville High School French 2 students created some very exciting Halloween books recently. They were given a project in which they were asked to read and understand a spooky story written in French.
Respect starts with a captial R for Absecon schoolchildren/submitted
During the week of Oct. 7, students at the Emma C. Attales Middle School in Absecon participated in several respect activities in recognition of Respect Week.
Last Updated on Tuesday, November 05, 2013 01:46 pm
Superintendent of Absecon Public Schools Jim Giaquinto speaks to more than 200 students on Tuesday, Nov. 5 during the official ribbon-cutting ceremony for the 3,000-panel solar project./R.J. Liberatore Jr.
ABSECON _ More than 200 students, staff members and administrators from the Absecon Public Schools welcomed the future on Tuesday, Nov. 5 during the ribbon-cutting ceremony for its solar energy project.
“This is what Absecon education is all about,” said Bill Thompson, the president of the Absecon School Board. “What we do is all for you.”
Absecon Mayor John Armstrong
These days, it is hard to find anyone who sticks at one thing for 50 years. Well, Mike Walsh is one of those select few. Mike has been answering the call as an Absecon volunteer firefighter since 1963. I recently had the chance to meet with Mike to learn about his experience and his observations over half a century.
Last Updated on Wednesday, November 06, 2013 03:21 pm
Submitted/Pictured are Pleasantville French I students: Kenneth Allen, Kevin Ramirez, Rebekah Clark, Londgray Davis, Marie Normil, Essence Birts, Wilma Nevarez-Diaz, Frend Brevil, Luis Garcia, Gissela Sosa-Henriquez, Kervin Sanabia, Deshanay Rodriguez, Shawnae Harris, Andrea Lopez, Erika Perez-Espinal, Harita Amin, Sherman Stalworth, and Sonndy Exantus.
French 1 students jumped into the Halloween spirit on Oct. 31 by creating three-dimensional Halloween poem pumpkins
Atlantic County Sheriff Frank Balles recently announced the following arrested made by members of his department:
Darien Watson, 32, of Pleasantville was arrested Oct. 23 in Atlantic City by Sheriff’s Officer Michael Ledden on non support.
Peter A. Marzano, 41, of Absecon was arrested Oct. 24 in Somers Point by Detective Michael Hankins, Detective Michael
Gilmore and Detective Matthew Poupard on non support and municipal warrants issued by Absecon, Linwood and
Last Updated on Wednesday, November 06, 2013 12:04 pm
Pleasantville Board of Education President Darleen Bey-Blocker and Mainland/Pleasantville Branch of the NAACP annual Freedom Fund Luncheon honoree Dr. Ira Trocki.
HAMILTON TOWNSHIP – Four individuals were honored Saturday, Oct. 26 when the Mainland-Pleasantville Branch of the NAACP hosted is annual Freedom Fund Luncheon at the Mays Landing Country Club.
The honorees were selected because they are the unsung heroes in their fields and have had an impact on their communities.
High School scholarship recipients were also named.
Last Updated on Tuesday, November 05, 2013 12:20 pm
Motorists looked twice on Tuesday, Nov. 5 to see the price of a gallon of gasoline has dropped below $3./R.J. Liberatore Jr.
Area motorists heading to and from Atlantic City witnessed a sight they thought they’d never see again on Tuesday, Nov. 5 in Absecon. That’s when a pair of gasoline stations priced a gallon of regular unleaded gasoline at $2.99.
Do you know where it is?