Last Updated on Friday, April 26, 2013 12:35 pm
ABSECON – The long-stalled AbseconGardens project will stand vacant for a little longer, at least, after City Council’s decision to delay a crucial vote on its future.
At its April 18 meeting, council tabled a vote on the second reading of an ordinance that could have paved the way for progress to continue on the Gardens.
Pleasantville will celebrate the national day of prayer with a ceremony at noon, on Thursday, May 2 in front of City Hall, 18 N. First St. Pastor Richard Younger of the Living Water Wesleyan Church, Pleasantville, will officiate. Representing Pleasantville will be Councilperson Lincoln Green, Mayor Pro Tempore.
PLEASANTVILLE – A Pleasantville man was fatally shot by police officers during a confrontation this evening (Monday, April 22) on West Park Avenue, Acting Atlantic County Prosecutor Jim McClain said.
At approximately 4:20 p.m., the Pleasantville Police Department responded to the report of an armed male threatening to use violence outside a residence on the 800 block of West Park Avenue.
Teaching assistant Raquel Cardona (right) and preschool teacher Mrs. Katie Kunze (left) pose with their children during the Pleasantville Early Childhood Center’s Earth Day activities on Monday, April 22.
PLEASANTVILLE _ Workers from a national home improvement chain that urges its customers to do more while spending less, helped city preschool children learn more while having fun on Monday, April 22.
Workers from the Absecon Home Depot donated equipment, materials, and scores of orange Kids Workshop aprons to children at the Pleasantville Early Childhood Center in the old Decatur Avenue School.
Last Updated on Friday, April 19, 2013 06:54 pm
PLEASANTVILLE _ An Atlantic City male teen has been charged with the dual, late-night murders of two Pleasantville teenagers last December, according to Acting Atlantic County Prosecutor Jim McClain.
The Ora B. Forbey Missionary Ministry of Mount Zion Baptist Church, 350 South New Road, Pleasantville will host a National Day of Prayer observance 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday May 2 at the church, 353 South New Road, Pleasantville. Minister Richard Faison will speak at noon. Please come out and join us for this great day of prayer. In unity there is For information, call (609) 641-4337 or Margaret Wilson at (609) 646-0161.
Last Updated on Thursday, April 25, 2013 01:19 pm
MAYS LANDING – A former Atlantic City Housing Authority employee has pleaded guilty to official misconduct, theft and tax fraud for defrauding and stealing hundreds of thousands of dollars from the housing authority, Atlantic County Prosecutor Jim McClain announced Tuesday, April 23.
Brian Lewis, 42, of Pleasantville pleaded guilty to five counts, including second-degree official misconduct, second-degree theft, third-degree theft, third-degree filing a fraudulent tax return and third-degree failure to pay state tax.
PLEASANTVILLE _ The City on the Move wants motorists to consider moving a little more slowly when passing through this South Jersey municipality.
Mayor Jesse Tweedle Sr. said there are plans in place for a major, multi-agency crackdown on speeders in Pleasantville.
ABSECON _ The yearbook Holy Spirit High School students will reflect on to remember their teen years has been described as a yearbook everyone will want to look at.
Why? It’s just that good.
Last Updated on Friday, April 19, 2013 04:06 pm
ATLANTIC CITY – An 18-year-old Atlantic City man has been charged with the murder of two Pleasantville teens in December of 2012, acting Atlantic County Prosecutor Jim McClain announced today (Friday, April 19).
The Atlantic City Police Department apprehended the suspect at about 2 p.m. Thursday, April 18. He is wanted for the murders of Taron Williams, 19, and Todd Mitchell, 13.