BY CLYDE HUGHES, AC JosepH Media PLEASANTVILLE – There were people from different countries and even different faiths at Mount Zion Baptist Church last Saturday (Sept. 8), but all arrived with a unifying message of […]
BY CLYDE HUGHES, AC JosepH Media ATLANTIC CITY — When the Renaissance Plaza first opened in the early 2000, it was hailed as a beacon for Atlantic City central city community starved for economical local […]
BY CLYDE HUGHES, AC JosepH Media ATLANTIC CITY – Voter registration and diversity concerns are just two of the issues the Atlantic City NAACP is taking up as the country move toward mid-term elections in […]
Not only are the students excited about Stockton’s new Atlantic City campus, many see it as a new opportunity for many youth in the city.
BY CLYDE HUGHES, AC JosepH Media ATLANTIC CITY – Stockton University’s media unveiling of its Atlantic City campus Tuesday (Aug. 28) marked another turning point not only in the growth of the university, but for […]
BY CLYDE HUGHES, AC JosepH Media GALLOWAY – For anyone doing civil rights work in the 1960s, Mississippi was hostile territory with little chance for meaningful redress – and Atlantic City attorney James Cooper knew […]
BY CLYDE HUGHES, AC JosepH Media ATLANTIC CITY — It has not been an easy road for Frank Gilliam, but the 48-year-old Atlantic City native is now the face of the city heading into his […]