Retired Ventnor fire chief dies from fall off roof

A retired Ventnor fire chief died from injuries suffered in a fall from the roof of his home. Police, fire and medics responded to the 200 block of North Cambridge Avenue on Thursday afternoon, where Dan Cahill was found unconscious, acting Police Chief Doug Biagi said. Cahill was taken to the hospital, where he died … Read moreRetired Ventnor fire chief dies from fall off roof

Atlantic County leading way in fighting human trafficking

Uriah Hannah was convicted of trying to lure teenage girls into prostitution. The Egg Harbor City girls were saved, but the case proved a turning point for Atlantic County Assistant Prosecutor Danielle Buckley, who learned a lot about the world of prostitution — and how those being sold for money are often victims. Buckley and the five-member … Read moreAtlantic County leading way in fighting human trafficking

Star of Atlantic City’s viral video tries to bring positive focus to his hometown

Stanley Holmes Village was the scene of a music video Thursday, as the man made famous through a viral video tries to continue his positive message. VIEW THE VIDEO: Ibn Ali Miller gained attention after he talked two teens out of fighting and it was captured on video. That video was seen by millions, and … Read moreStar of Atlantic City’s viral video tries to bring positive focus to his hometown

Family court finds no indication of domestic violence for Atlantic City officer charged

An Atlantic County Family Court judge found no evidence of domestic violence for an Atlantic City officer criminally charged with beating his girlfriend. Dayton Brown remains charged criminally with aggravated assault of his former girlfriend. The 10-year veteran has been suspended without pay. There had been a temporary restraining order issued in the case, but … Read moreFamily court finds no indication of domestic violence for Atlantic City officer charged