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ATLANTIC CITY — When the Atlantic City school board’s $198.6 million budget was voted down in May because some members were concerned about the financial impact of the coronavirus pandemic on state aid, the county superintendent stepped in and pushed the budget through anyway to meet the May 14 deadline.

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Not enough, the CDC says. Because flu mutates rapidly, a new vaccine is needed every year. Last year, 45% of adults and 63% of children got vaccinated, according to figures released Thursday.

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ATLANTIC CITY — Casino employment was down this summer compared to 2018, when the excitement and anticipation of two property openings pushed the total number of workers above the 30,000 mark for the first time in years.

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The Civil War saw the largest loss of American lives, although exact figures all unknown. Between these seven listed American conflicts, total loss of American military members equals approximately 1,193,986.

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ATLANTIC CITY — With the addition of two reopened properties, casino employment at the end of 2018 was up more than 20 percent compared to the same time the year before, according to data from state gaming regulators.

On average, University of Wisconsin home football games in 2018 were played in front of the smallest crowds in at least 13 years.

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