ATLANTIC CITY — The Casino Reinvestment Development Authority Board of Directors on Tuesday approved its 2017-18 operating budget, which decreases spending by more than 14 percent.
CAPE MAY POINT — The cold front that just swept through the region brought with it a plethora of migrating birds, from songbirds to their raptor predators.
As a potentially historic Supreme Court hearing on the future of sports betting edges closer, two South Jersey congressmen are asking the House Judiciary Committee to conduct oversight hearings regarding what to do if it’s approved.
ATLANTIC CITY — A free $100 bill. No catch, no strings attached.
ATLANTIC CITY — Mayor Don Guardian officially opened the completed second phase of the Boardwalk reconstruction during a ribbon-cutting ceremony Thursday.
ATLANTIC CITY — The resort’s seven remaining casinos saw gambling revenue, including internet gaming, increased nearly 8 percent in September compared with last year, according to state gambling figures released Thursday.
ATLANTIC CITY — Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Inc., Atlantic Region, donated $10,000 Thursday to the Boys & Girls Club of Atlantic City at Harrah’s Resort.
ATLANTIC CITY — Superior Court Judge Julio Mendez ruled Wednesday state overseers will be able to cut the city’s Fire Department by 15 members as a cost-saving measure.
SPOTSWOOD, N.J. (AP) — Authorities say a former New Jersey mayor stole money from a scholarship fund named for an emergency responder killed in the line of duty and used it to gamble in Atlantic City.
ATLANTIC CITY — The Steel Pier plans to open its new 227-foot high Observation Wheel early next month, despite closing other rides for the season.
CAPE MAY POINT — With five of 10 weeks of monarch counts completed, this year is the best for the migration of the butterflies in four years.
ATLANTIC CITY — The owners of the closed Atlantic Club Casino Hotel said Monday they are close to reaching a deal with a buyer.
ATLANTIC CITY — When the Trump Taj Mahal Casino Resort closed its doors for good, it signaled the continuation of one of the darkest eras in the history of the city.
ATLANTIC CITY — Atlantic City has exceeded its limit of borrowing, but not for the reason you might think.
ATLANTIC CITY — Superior Court Judge Julio Mendez said Friday he will rule early next week if the state is allowed to cut the city’s Fire Department by 15 members as a cost-saving measure.
ATLANTIC CITY — A vote-by-mail ballot returned to the County Clerk’s Office was improperly handled and ended up in the hands of another would-be voter, according to a court certification from the deputy Atlantic County clerk Thursday.
TRENTON — The state Senate Thursday approved legislation to dedicate Atlantic City’s Boardwalk Hall in honor of state Sen. Jim Whelan, the former mayor and state lawmaker who died in August of a heart attack.
ATLANTIC CITY — State overseers and representatives of the city’s Fire Department are due back in court Friday.
ATLANTIC CITY — Keating & Associates LLC, a New York-based private investment firm, said they are still committed to purchasing the closed Revel, despite another company filing an agreement of sale for the property with the Atlantic County Clerk’s Office.
ATLANTIC CITY — I filled out a form to enter to win a Whole Foods gift certificate. Instead I got a phone call from “Hannah” at FantaSea Resorts congratulating me on winning a travel package.
ATLANTIC CITY — A Colorado-based company has filed an agreement of sale with the Atlantic County Clerk’s Office, signaling its intent to purchase the closed Revel Casino Hotel.
GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP — The 2nd legislative district Senate race between Republican Chris Brown and Democrat Colin Bell is a dead heat, according to a Stockton University poll released Friday.
ATLANTIC CITY — Caesars Entertainment has partnered with The American Red Cross to encourage local support of Hurricane Maria relief efforts.
CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE — Jennifer Baillie and her 5-year-old daughter decided they had the perfect photo opportunity as they were watching the lions at the Cape May County Park & Zoo and decided to take a selfie.
Chairman Hugh M. Hefner and his Playboy Enterprises opened the Playboy Hotel and Casino on April 14, 1981, in Atlantic City, but he never turned into a fixture in the resort like fellow casino owners Merv Griffin and Donald Trump.
ATLANTIC CITY — A portion of the ceiling of the covered entrance at the Atlantic Club collapsed onto the closed casino’s driveway early Wednesday morning.