HAMMONTON — A plan to build a new 24-hour Super Wawa convenience store and fuel station where the White Horse Pike, Route 206 and Bellevue Avenue converge has run up against the municipality’s new downtown plan.
The Press of Atlantic City is preparing a report on Atlantic
City’s impact on aviation, from the 1910 Aero Meet to the testing
facilities at the William J. Hughes Technical Center. Coverage will
appear in advance of the 2012 Atlantic City Airshow in August.
EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP — The NextGen Aviation Research and
Technology Park’s board wants to execute a lease transfer, lock in
the terms for a developer and start construction of a first
building by year’s end.
CHERRY HILL — Teachers hurled insults such as “tard,” “damn
dumb” and “a hippo in a ballerina suit.” A bus driver threatened to
slap one child, while a bus monitor told another, “Shut up, you
BRIDGEWATER — Republican Gov. Chris Christie shot down the idea
of Rutgers-Camden keeping its name after the school merges with
Rowan University but said he’s untroubled by private meetings on
the college restructuring plan involving the state’s most powerful
GETTYSBURG, Pa. — Rick Santorum cleared the way for Mitt Romney
to claim victory in the long and hard-fought battle for the
Republican presidential nomination Tuesday, giving up his “against
all odds” campaign as Romney’s tenacious conservative rival.
Your first thought about electric cars and the power grid might
be that the vehicles are going gobble up more energy from grid and
might cause blackouts. But the truth may be quite the opposite.
Last week Nissan, makers of the fully electric Leaf, announced
plans to partner with ABB to test the feasibility of creating an
energy storage network from used batteries. Rather than dismantling
and disposing or recycling the battery’s individual components
after the vehicle’s life Nissan or another company could buy the
old battery and use its remaining charge capacity to storage energy
for use on the grid.
The first gaming machines are being installed in The Quarter at
the Tropicana Casino and Resort, the initial phase of a test run
that if successful could see gaming expanded to additional areas in
the shopping and dining location.
ATLANTIC CITY — ACH laid off nearly 150 workers from the casino
formerly known as the Atlantic City Hilton Casino Resort on
Thursday, 24 hours after state gaming regulators approved an
agreement to prevent foreclosure on the property
ATLANTIC CITY - Joe Domenico, the general manager of both
Bally's Atlantic City and the Showboat Casino Hotel, has stepped
down in what he calls a "semi-retirement" after a 31-year career in
the gaming industry.
ATLANTIC CITY - Blackjack whiz Don Johnson
scorched Tropicana Casino and Resort for $2 million in October,
adding to the $15 million he had previously won in Atlantic City
during an incredible streak of good luck.
Republicans in the 9th Legislative District continue to dominate
their Democratic opponents, although many voters remained unsure of
whom they were choosing to represent them, according to a new poll
released today by the William J. Hughes Center for Public
Republicans are competing to take a seat in the 3rd Legislative
District, while Senate President Stephen Sweeney remains fairly
secure in his seat, according to a poll released Thursday afternoon
by the William J. Hughes Center for Public Policy at The Richard
Stockton College of New Jersey.
ATLANTIC CITY - State officials want Atlantic County government
to take over weights-and-measures inspections after an analysis
prompted by the recent arrest of controversial Atlantic City
Weights & Measures Division Superintendent Mark Hamilton,
according to a letter obtained today by The Press of Atlantic
Richard Stockton College officials will sign an agreement
Wednesday with the Cornell University School of Hotel
Administration (SHA) that will give Stockton students greater
access to Cornell's graduate programs and allow Cornell students to
do internships at Stockton's Seaview Resort in Galloway
WASHINGTON — The U.S. economy added 175,000 jobs in May — a steady pace that shows strength in the face of tax increases and government spending cuts if not enough to reduce still-high unemployment.