The need to protect the Atlantic Ocean against environmental threats — from the prospect of drilling for fossil fuels to plastics pollution and climate change — continues as Earth Day celebrates its 48th anniversary.
ATLANTIC CITY — The opening date and entertainment lineup for the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City was announced with a three-city press conference Wednesday, based in New York City.
GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP — If it weren’t for the help of Stockton University scholarships, Tairah Brown wouldn’t be quite as busy.
ATLANTIC CITY — Two Atlantic City men have been indicted on weapons and drug possession charges connected to a December shooting, Atlantic County Prosecutor Damon G. Tyner announced Friday.
When Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City opens its doors in June, it will be the final act in a highly-publicized play that included a Times Square press conference, Miss America, massive job fairs and the transformation of one of Atlantic City's most recognizable buildings.
Winter is firmly in the rearview mirror. Now that we can look back, data shows South Jersey ranged from a foot and a half to nearly 5 feet of seasonal snow. So who received the most snow in your county?
POINT PLEASANT — Gov. Phil Murphy on Friday signed a ban on offshore drilling in state waters, just before the start of Earth Day and Earth Week festivities and on the anniversary of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill off Louisiana.
ATLANTIC CITY — Bud-and-breakfasts. Paint-and-smoke nights. Are these the kinds of events the city can look forward to in an age of legalized recreational marijuana?
We had our April showers Thursday.
Marshall Spevak, chief of staff for Atlantic County Assemblymen Vince Mazzeo and John Armato, announced on Thursday that he has accepted a job as the Deputy Executive Director of the Casino Reinvestment Development Authority.
A state trooper was indicted Thursday on charges he pulled over two women and pressured them to give him their phone numbers and date him, according to New Jersey Attorney General Gurbir S. Grewal.
ATLANTIC CITY — Since leaving the U.S. Marine Corps in 1984, Rod Olsen has worked several different jobs, ranging from car sales to his current gig as a part-timer in a local liquor store.
Thursday was raw and damp, but April 19th hit two milestones that let us know that summer is coming soon.
While most people have an idea of what they want, or don’t want, to happen when they die, few Americans make their wishes known.
NEW YORK — The more than $500 million Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City will open June 28 and feature a summer lineup of more than 60 live entertainment acts, executives announced during a press conference Wednesday.
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A low-pressure system will pass through Thursday, bringing a round of showers right during business hours.
ATLANTIC CITY — City Council gave initial approval Wednesday to rename the stretch of road near the former Revel Casino-Hotel as “Ocean Beach Boulevard.”
As John Kelly, part of the Cape May Chamber of Commerce, said, we went to Cape May County's favorite uncle, Wildwood! Besides the free and expansive beaches, John shares why this town is a South Jersey special before the Business at the Beach Expo Wednesday night.
ATLANTIC CITY — City officials and business leaders will convene in the city Thursday to discuss marijuana reform and the cannabis industry.
ATLANTIC CITY — Behind the doors of St. Nicholas of Tolentine Church at Tennessee and Pacific avenues lies an elaborate structure that’s been a staple at that corner for 113 years.
ATLANTIC CITY — Valeria Marcus wants people around the city to know there’s a way to work against child abuse: by speaking out and advocating against it.
ATLANTIC CITY — The Fire Department responded Wednesday afternoon to the report of an apartment fire at Brigantine Homes.
ATLANTIC CITY — Sparks fly off steel beams high into the air. A gentle mist from a power washer sprays in whichever direction the ocean breeze desires. Workers shout to be heard over their trucks and tools.
Executives from the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City officially announced the resort’s June 28 grand opening date.
ATLANTIC CITY — After months of uncertainty, the Casino Reinvestment Development Authority approved $4.325 million in supplemental funding for the 2019 Miss America Competition.