Mays Landing’s Peter Fantacone was an 18-year-old Navy radioman who trained for months to help the Allies communicate during the D-Day attack on June 6, 1944.
Margaritaville’s debut on the Atlantic City Boardwalk marks a potential reversal for Resorts Casino Hotel just two years after it launched a Roaring ‘20s makeover and lost a third of its operating profits last year.
Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City is preparing to launch a free 3-D light and sound show for the public every half hour beginning next weekend.
Atlantic Club Casino Hotel can walk away from a sales deal with PokerStars and keep the $11 million in advances it has received, a Superior Court judge ruled Friday.
A line of rolling chairs waited Thursday outside the slot parlor at Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville, which has opened for customers ahead of its soft opening this weekend.
Lawyers head to Superior Court today to argue whether Atlantic Club Casino Hotel can walk away from a sales deal with Rational Group now or wait for a licensing decision to be made in several months.
Drinking, dancing, leisurely days at poolside and some fireworks at night.
Atlantic City property owners who are 65 or older are eligible for a $500 credit on their municipal property taxes, the mayor announced Thursday.
Gov. Chris Christie will visit the site of Habitat for Humanity’s Hurricane Sandy home rebuilding projects in Ventnor at 2 p.m. today.
People still displaced from Hurricane Sandy can attend a Rental Housing Fair at the Atlantic City Convention Center this afternoon to learn about a more permanent solution.
Atlantic City property owners who are 65 or older are now eligible for a $500 credit on their municipal property taxes, the mayor announced today.
Atlantic City was quiet. The city that’s always turned on was still dark at 4 a.m. Tuesday, but about 75 police officers were starting their day, preparing to take down an allegedly dangerous drug gang. They were divided into small teams, and each had potential spots to search for a list of suspects.
ATLANTIC CITY — Raymond Chico, of Union Beach, Monmouth County, has made a tidy business out of selling plastic test tubes to carry and protect marijuana cigarettes.
In what amounted to a $2.4 billion mea culpa, Revel’s new executive team admitted Wednesday that the luxury megaresort misjudged the Atlantic City market in its first year of operation and urgently needs to repair its customer relations.
When the people associated with the Miss New Jersey Pageant describe the event and other local pageants that lead up to the finals as family affairs, they aren’t joking.
ATLANTIC CITY - An exotic car parade will cruise down the Boardwalk today, and remain parked near Bally's Casino for the remainder of the day.
Atlantic City’s Violent Crime Task Force foiled a murder plot and took down a major drug-trafficking gang that — along with its alleged rival Dirty Blok — was responsible for a majority of gun violence in the city, officials said Tuesday.
CAMDEN — Revel will be allowed to emerge from bankruptcy before the end of this month with about $1 billion less in debt and access to as much as $69 million in additional new financing, a judge ruled Monday.
Charles Garrett has taken his message to the streets in an effort to defeat incumbent Atlantic City Mayor Lorenzo Langford in the upcoming Democratic primary, campaign finance records show.
Atlantic City will have 13 new firefighter recruits begin the academy Tuesday as part of a federal grant that expired with money left over.
Atlantic City’s Fire Department promoted six firefighters to captain today.
CAMDEN - Revel will be allowed to emerge from bankruptcy, allowing the 1-year-old megaresort to continue operating with more than $1 billion less in loans, a judge ruled this afternoon.
ATLANTIC CITY - A preliminary investigation revealed a Sewell man fell from the 4th floor roof of Bally's Wild West Casino Sunday while taking pictures in a restricted area.
VENTNOR — Drive south down Ventnor Avenue from Atlantic City, and before too long the brick and concrete streetscape of apartments and businesses opens to a wide boulevard of expansive lawns and palatial homes.
Hammonton’s disabled preschool for children ages 3 and 4 includes a special classroom geared to the needs of autistic students, said Special Education Supervisor John Lavell.