Another Sunday, another round of anthem protests?
The future of Atlantic City’s casino industry, liquidation of the former Trump Taj Mahal, classic Boardwalk foods and the Ruff Ryders beach concert highlight the latest episode of “-30-,” The Press of Atlantic City’s television show, which airs 7:30 p.m. Thursday on Stockton University’s channel.
No sport is more closely associated with Atlantic City than boxing.
ATLANTIC CITY — After almost 40 years, no one messes with Bessie Watson as the supervisor of the city’s school crossing guards.
It's a much colder week than we thought we'd see in March. But for stylish South Jersey residents, that just meant breaking back out the puffer coats and leather booties. Here's this week's picks for Style in the Street. Check back next week who is spotted next.
ATLANTIC CITY — An Atlantic City police officer was hospitalized Thursday along with a driver after a crash on Albany Avenue that shut down traffic in both directions.
New Jersey health care providers are bracing for deep costs and financial burdens as some experts say nearly 800,000 residents are at risk of losing health insurance coverage if the Affordable Care Act is repealed.
MIDDLE TOWNSHIP — Personality conflicts threaten the ongoing operation of the popular Cape May County Park & Zoo, according to a report filed recently in state court.
CAPE MAY — City Council is poised to lock in a new contract for police Chief Anthony Marino less than two weeks before a new administration takes office.
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To encourage motorists to use their seat belts at all times, several Cape May County police departments, including Stone Harbor and Lower Township, are participating in the annual “Click It or Ticket’ campaign.
Winter temperatures were mild overall in South Jersey, but the weather was wild on beaches.
Gasoline prices under $1.50 a gallon have started showing up in more stations around South Jersey.
A three-vehicle collision Friday evening injured four people, one seriously, Stafford Township Police said.
EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP — All of the shelves at JR’s Fresh Market have been stocked, the staff has been trained and all the supermarket needs is customers.
MAYS LANDING — Quashawn Jones never thought Andrea Allen would make it to the witness stand.
A grand jury likely will get to decide whether an Atlantic City police officer was justified in fatally shooting a man who had just stabbed a store clerk to death.
Like other restaurant folks, Kevin McCarty, director of marketing at Renault Winery Resort and Golf, said he has noticed the increasing number of millennials interested in brunch.
An Absecon woman was arrested after she allegedly stabbed a man in the face in Atlantic City.
Two people died from drug overdoses this weekend in Wildwood and Lower Township, Cape May County Prosecutor Robert Taylor said Monday.
An Atlantic City fire captain suspended more than two years while he went through two criminal trials is set to get nearly a quarter-million dollars in back pay following his second acquittal.
A Millville man died in a one-car crash in Cumberland County Friday morning and police said alcohol may have been a factor.
Rich Helfant, executive director of the Save Lucy Committee, has one of the more unique jobs in the region: operating the world’s largest artificial elephant. But the Margate native’s roots in the tourism and entertainment industries date to the beginning of legal gambling in Atlantic City i…
Matthew Levinson has stepped in as the new chairman of the Casino Control Commission at one of the most difficult times for Atlantic City’s casino industry. However, the lifelong Atlantic County resident believes that wide-ranging efforts to revive the city are starting to pay off.
Will Morey, 55, and Jack Morey, 51, are second-generation partners in Morey’s Piers, an amusement business that got its start in 1969 when their father, Will Morey, and uncle, Bill Morey, debuted a giant slide between 25th and 26th avenues in North Wildwood. Since then the Morey name has bec…