Visitors to Atlantic City’s Tanger Outlets The Walk can help make a needy kid’s Christmas better while getting their own shopping done. Starting at 10 a.m. Black Friday, Atlantic City’s firefighters will have their boots out collecting money for their Toys for Children drive. The firefighters work with administrators, city officials, church leaders, hospital administrators, the Rescue Mission and local businesses to help identify children in need.
Atlantic City police responded to shots fired just before 1:30 a.m. Friday. The shots were heard in the 100 block of North Delaware Avenue, Sgt. Kevin Fair said. There were about 10 shots fired, according to reports. Fair said there was evidence of gunfire, but no one was reported injured. Anyone with information is asked to call police at 609-347-5766 or Crime Stoppers at 609-652-1234. Information may also be texted anonymously to tip411 (847411) beginning the text with ACPD.
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Selecting a term
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