Atlantic City modeling call is looking for women of all types

Aliyah Cherrisse knows that beauty doesn’t come in a certain size, shape or race. The plus-size model who grew up in Atlantic City has found success in her curves. But Cherrisse, who grew up in Atlantic City’s West Side, has struggled as well. After having her third child, she went through heartbreak, insecurity and self-esteem … Read moreAtlantic City modeling call is looking for women of all types

Atlantic City group gives women in need a happy Mother’s Day

[KGVID width=”360″]http://breakingac.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/pack-your-purse.mp4[/KGVID] An Atlantic City group gave an early Mother’s Day present to local women in need. Princess Inc. packed about 1,000 purses as part of their #packyourpurse event that first aimed to fill about 600 new or gently used purses. Inside were necessities and cosmetics donated by several groups. Princess founders Indra Owens and … Read moreAtlantic City group gives women in need a happy Mother’s Day

Cafeteria worker calms student during bomb scare at EHC school

A cafeteria worker served a student some peace of mind last week when a bomb threat caused anxiety. The bomb threat to the Egg Harbor City Community School turned out to be false, but the fear was real for some children. “This is an evacuation. This is not a drill,” came the warning over the … Read moreCafeteria worker calms student during bomb scare at EHC school

Pleasantville firefighters honored for rescuing resident injured in fire

2018 PFANJ Valor Awards – Pleasantville 1.30.17 The PFANJ congratulates Acting Captain Peter Bowker and Firefighters Stan Kolbe and Gary Guerra of Pleasantville Fire Department IAFF Local 2616 on their receipt of a 2018 PFANJ Valor Award for their heroic life-saving actions at a fire in Pleasantville on January 30, 2017."Arriving at a fire in … Read morePleasantville firefighters honored for rescuing resident injured in fire