Desmond Causey-Jones was just 10 minutes into his Recovery Court session this month, when he had to speak up.“I apologize for interrupting, but our daughter’s coming out,” he told Judge Jeffrey Waldman on Dec. 17.Causey-Jones was in the bathroom of his girlfriend’s hospital room at Shore Medical Center in Somers Point.His probation officer knew Causey-Jones’ … Read more Special delivery interrupts Wildwood man’s drug court session
Atlantic City’s Elijah Langford wanted to do something special for families, especially this Christmas.So, seeing how hard the state was hit by COVID-19, he decided to find families in four of the hardest hit towns to help for the holiday.His group joined with NJ Scholars to form Joy 4 Jersey, traveling to four cities to … Read more Atlantic City man leads groups bringing Christmas joy to four hard-hit towns
A Pleasantville home was shot early Saturday morning, police said.No one was injured.Someone shot 12 rounds into a home on Atlantic Avenue, Chief Sean Riggin said.A resident of Marina del Rey told BreakingAC that the gunshots woke them around 1 a.m.Detectives were looking for video of the scene.Anyone with information is asked to call 609-641-6100.
All Ramyah Cook wants when the world opens back up is to meet her favorite local rapper..But what the 7-year-old Atlantic City girl didn’t know was her uncle, Louie Bagg, knew him personally.Pøøh Frank, a 17-year-old up-and-coming recording artist from the city, surprised the girl at her home.The surprise included a performance of his song, … Read more Atlantic City girl meets her favorite rapper for Christmas
Atlantic City comedian Michelle Tomko is reviving her one-woman show Monday evening.“Yo Eleven!” was developed last year, when Tomko received one of a dozen fellowships presented by Images and Voices of Hope.The name refers what bettors yell at the craps table so that 11 isn’t confused with the similarly sounding seven.Taking a twist on that, … Read more Atlantic City comic brings live theater — virtually