BUENA VISTA TOWNSHIP — Fans of old-time trains will be converging on the Richland section of this rural township for weeks.
ATLANTIC CITY — What is next for Don Guardian?
ATLANTIC CITY — The skywalk connecting the former Chelsea hotel and Tropicana Atlantic City is expected to open in the spring.
ATLANTIC CITY — Mayor-elect Frank Gilliam announced his mayoral transition team Monday.
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) — Here's another indication that Atlantic City's former Revel casino may be heading for a sale soon: A Colorado company that plans to buy it has applied for a New Jersey casino license and put up $100,000 for a non-refundable application fee.
ATLANTIC CITY — An Atlantic County Superior Court judge has delayed a second round of state-mandated salary cuts to the city Fire Department.
ATLANTIC CITY — The opening of the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino and anticipated Stockton Gateway Project next year have increased both interest in and the value of the city’s real estate.
ATLANTIC CITY — A Colorado-based group is expected to invest more than $375 million to buy and reopen the former Revel Casino Hotel, according to a report from Moody’s Investors Service detailing the deal’s proposed financing.
ATLANTIC CITY — Allowing billionaire Carl Icahn to use $5.6 million in casino tax funds to help pay for the demolition of Trump Plaza Hotel and Casino may be an unpopular move, but it would foster development at a critical time in the city’s history, industry watchers say.
Legislation to protect native bees as well as honeybees from pesticide exposure was passed last week by the Assembly’s Agriculture and Natural Resources Committee.
ATLANTIC CITY — Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City has been billed as a game changer in 2018.
The west end of the Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge’s Wildlife Drive and the Songbird Trail will be closed Monday through Friday for the annual five-day shotgun hunt, Refuge Manager Virginia Rettig said.
ATLANTIC CITY — Hard Rock International wants to open a gas station at the corner of Pacific and Virginia avenues, according to plans filed with the Casino Reinvestment Development Authority.
Heading to Pennsylvania for your Christmas tree?
TRENTON — James T. Plousis, the former Cape May County sheriff, will lead the Casino Control Commission for the next five years as Atlantic City’s gaming market continues to rebound following the closing of five casinos since 2014.
TRENTON — The state Senate has approved the nomination of Sarah Beth Johnson, wife of outgoing state Sen. Colin Bell, as a Superior Court judge in Atlantic County.
ATLANTIC CITY — Touting investments at casinos and throughout the city, a panel of gambling executives said Wednesday the city’s future is promising.
TRENTON — The state Senate Judiciary Committee is set to hear the nomination of James T. Plousis as the next chairman of the Casino Control Commission on Thursday.
ATLANTIC CITY — Members of the Fire Department face another round of salary cuts as the state continues to cut spending in the resort.
WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court on Monday suggested it may side with New Jersey in its effort to legalize sports gambling in a case that could make betting on football, basketball and other sports widely available.
The U.S. Supreme Court is set to hear New Jersey’s challenge to the 1992 Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act, a federal law that prohibits sports betting in most states, starting at 10 a.m. .
ATLANTIC CITY — When Gov. Chris Christie signed internet gaming legislation into law in February 2013, it was touted as another option that would make the resort’s gaming market more competitive.
After the Obama administration gave up opening parts of the Atlantic Ocean to oil and gas drilling last year, the issue is back under President Donald Trump.
For the past two decades, the thought of placing a bet in Atlantic City on the Philadelphia Eagles winning the Super Bowl or the 76ers winning the NBA title was nothing more than a dream.
Widespread shaking was felt across much of South Jersey about 4:50 p.m. Thursday, after an earthquake was reported in Delaware.
ATLANTIC CITY — Attorneys for Atlantic County and a citizens group asked a Superior Court judge Thursday to strike down the state law that changed casino tax payments to a flat rate, even though the county is benefiting under the plan.