Saturday, November 22, 2014
Inquirer Daily News

Shore Guide

BRICK TOWNSHIP, N.J. - The remains of a shipwreck buried beneath 20 feet of sand recently unearthed by crews rebuilding a seawall in the Normandy Beach section of this Ocean County municipality may be a historically significant treasure.
Terrifying brain surgery a few months after Teena Handline's wedding prevented her and her husband from going on a honeymoon in 2011. While recovering in the ICU from the surgery, Handline said there was one thing that kept her sane: music.
ATLANTIC CITY - Is Do AC done? The Atlantic City Alliance - the $30 million-a-year, casino funded, legislatively mandated marketing organization - appears headed for extinction.
Two bodies were discovered Wednesday in an Atlantic County home where firefighters extinguished a blaze that authorities termed suspicious. The fire occurred about 8 a.m. in the 200 block of Washington Avenue in Egg Harbor City. Volunteer fire crews doused the flames.
ATLANTIC CITY - It was once a playground at Texas and Fairmount Avenues so feared by neighbors for its gang-related activities - drug dealing, prostitution and shootings - that children never played there.
LOWER TOWNSHIP, N.J. - Along a rural road where the sandy shoreline becomes loamy farmland as it moves up the narrow neck of the Cape May peninsula, the fourth-generation scion of a family with a long-standing tradition to work this land has come to be known simply as "the bread lady."
ATLANTIC CITY - The shuttering of four casino hotels this year has turned the iconic, three-mile-long Boardwalk into a patchwork of large abandoned buildings alongside businesses determined to survive.
ATLANTIC CITY - New Jersey gambling regulators have approved a California Indian tribe's request to offer Internet gambling in conjunction with Atlantic City's top casino.