Last Updated on Wednesday, June 05, 2013 12:43 pm
Greg Marino/Annual participants in the citywide yard sale, Victoria Ragone and grandmother Doris Gillespie, both of Absecon, look forward to this event every year.
The 20th annual Absecon Citywide Yard Sale, sponsored by the Absecon Education Association, drew hundreds of people to the community on Saturday, June 1. Shoppers combed through 71 locations to find hidden gems at great prices. Money raised from the event will be used by the Absecon Education Association to pay for teacher classroom grants and for activities for the students at the school district’s two buildings.
PLEASANTVILLE – The Pleasantville Board of Education approved a five-year, long range facilities plan during its May 28 meeting.
The district is required to file a long range facilities plan with the state Department of Education every five years, said Robert Garrison Jr. of Garrison Architects, the district’s architectural consultant since 2005.
PLEASANTVILLE - The city, school district, friends, co-workers, students and former students will say good-bye to a music mainstay when she directs her final Pleasantville High School concert.
Last Updated on Friday, May 31, 2013 07:58 am
PLEASANTVILLE _ Eleven area at-risk youth, ages 16-21, will receive on-the-job training as part of a Youth Corps Urban Gateway Enhancement Program, according to Linda Gilmore, AtlanticCounty public information representative.
Last Updated on Wednesday, May 29, 2013 03:38 pm
PLEASANTVILLE - City police charged two Linwood residents with several crimes Wednesday, May 29, in connection with a three-vehicle accident that seriously injured a man and launched a car into the home of a Pleasantville city councilwoman.
Last Updated on Tuesday, June 04, 2013 09:47 am
Pleasantville Police Chief Jose Ruiz recently announced the following list of arrests:
Last Updated on Monday, June 03, 2013 01:33 pm
Submitted/Absecon Major John Armstrong, far left, joined several others in cutting the ribbon during the dedication ceremony for the city’s Breast Cancer Awareness Bench.
ABSECON – Members of the city’s Community Affairs Committee dedicated its Breast Cancer Awareness bench during a ceremony held Wednesday, May 29 held behind the City Municipal Complex.
About 30 residents and family attended the ceremony.
Last Updated on Friday, May 31, 2013 09:10 am
Submitted/Michelle Moffa, right, will represent New Jersey in the national competition for the 2013 Stockholm Junior Water Prize competition.
ABSECON – Linwood’s Michelle Moffa, a junior at Holy Spirit High School, has been named the state winner of the 2013 Stockholm Junior Water Prize competition – the most prestigious youth award for a water-related science project.
Last Updated on Tuesday, May 28, 2013 09:19 pm
In the front row from left are Junior Vice Commander Russell Robinson, Pleasantville; Adjutant Bob McNulty, Egg Harbor Township; Commander Bob Ford, Galloway; Quartermaster Charles Horner, Galloway; and Chaplain Ron Wuest, Galloway. In the back row are Trustee Herb Davis, Galloway; Past State Commander Bill Thomson, Washington Township; and Chief of Staff Norm Wiener, Brigantine. Not pictured are Junior Vice Commander Brian Wiener, Galloway; Surgeon Joseph Hicks, Pleasantville; Trustee Roger Emmick, Somers Point, and Trustee Michael Sendrick, Balcoville.
On Tuesday, May 21, the Officers of VFW District 16, which is comprised of Atlantic County, were installed into office by Past State Commander William Thomson.
Last Updated on Wednesday, May 29, 2013 02:48 pm
Submitted/Students in the classrooms of Pleasantville Middle School teachers Liza Levitt and Lisa Yaccarino, along with community organizer Marlon Hargis, demonstrate the results of their clean-up efforts on Wednesday, May 29.
PLEASANTVILLE - Students in the classrooms of Pleasantville Middle School teachers Liza Levitt and Lisa Yaccarino , joined community organizer and volunteer Marlon Hargis to complete a Clean Communities Litter Cleanup Wednesday, May 29 on school grounds
"This is the second year we’ve done a cleanup together and we are planning more projects in the future,” Levitt said.