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We are in the week of Full Moon in Pisces. And what happens during the Full Moon, goes away with the Full Moon. Let’s see what does that mean …

Venus enters Scorpio on Friday, Sept. 10, bringing new flame intensity in relationship matters. It’s time to go deep with yourself and also wi…

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EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP — The Arc of Atlantic County will hold its 15th annual Step Up for the Arc Walk in support of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities  Saturday, Nov. 4 starting at Holy Trinity Parish on Newport and Atlantic Avenues in Ventnor.

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ATLANTIC CITY — From cracked light bulbs at the closed Trump Plaza Hotel and Casino to ripped awnings at the closed Atlantic Club Casino Hotel, defunct casinos can be found up and down the Boardwalk after five shut down in the past several years.

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Oakcrest High School Student Council held its annual Activity Carnival on Sept. 29 on the school grounds. A picture-perfect day afforded the freshmen an opportunity to find their passion, or get involved in something worthwhile as clubs, activities and sports representatives "sold" their programs at school year's beginning in an outside fair-like atmosphere.

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WOODBINE - Borough officials have submitted an application for $400,000 grant to the New Jersey Department of Community Affairs to purchase a 1,000-gallon fire pumper truck for the Woodbine Volunteer Fire Department, Mayor William Pikolycky said.

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EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP — Egg Harbor Township High School’s chapter of Family, Career and Community Leaders of America joined more than 7,500 other student leaders, members and advisers at the Music City Center in Nashville, Tennessee, from July 2 to 6 to participate in the annual FCCLA National Leadership Conference.

Jillian is a Magna Cum Laude graduate of the University of Massachusetts with a BS in Nursing, now working as a telemetry nurse. She volunteer…

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EGG HARBOR CITY — On Monday, July 24, students from Egg Harbor City who are participating in the REACH program marched from the Charles L. Spragg School across the street to the Key Rec field to view the landing of a State Police helicopter. After a brief introduction by Trooper Mike Jiampetti of the State Police Aviation Unit, the students had the opportunity to enter the copter, view the controls and sit in one of the five seats onboard.

Maggie never imagined she would be a “pageant girl,” but shortly after becoming involved, she realized that the Miss America Organization help…

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