ATLANTIC CITY— Hard Rock Hotel & Casino is one step closer to being ready to open its doors to the public on June 28.
Stafford Township Mayor John Spodofora has spent months researching the best way to stop retailers’ thin plastic bags from polluting his township and gumming up the works at the Ocean County recycling facility.
It’s that time of year when diamondback terrapins that live in salt-marsh water are coming out — and often across roadways — to lay eggs above the high tide line.
ATLANTIC CITY — Sean Patrick has been around long enough to remember when A-list music acts like Foo Fighters and Pearl Jam played the casinos.
ATLANTIC CITY — With less than a week until the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City opens, crews continue installing signs and seeing to last-minute details.
ATLANTIC CITY — Bruce Deifik was close to tears Thursday as he reflected on an arduous journey that began with a $10 million investment on an unseen property in an unfamiliar city.
The fate of the Mid-Atlantic Ocean Action Plan, which took years to develop and was starting to be used by government, industry and researchers, is in limbo after actions taken by President Donald Trump this week.
World conflict is likely to increase over access to fisheries, as species move north in response to a warming ocean, according to a Rutgers University study published last week in the journal Science.
State Sen. Chris Brown is calling on Gov. Phil Murphy to sign an executive order that would keep casinos and racetracks in New Jersey open in the event of a prolonged state shutdown.
ATLANTIC CITY — Ocean Resort Casino expects to capture more than 10 percent of the resort’s gaming market when it opens later this month, according to executives who testified Wednesday before the state Casino Control Commission.
OCEANPORT — Arthur Rosen puzzled over the photocopied sheet of paper listing all sorts of exotic bets on baseball games, including one in which the number of runs scored and hits made in Tuesday night’s New York Yankees-Seattle Mariners game had to exceed 29.
John Mudry and his family sat around the $10 blackjack table at Bally’s Atlantic City on Tuesday afternoon. The cocktail waitress brought over a cold Coors Light, while Mudry called to stand on 19. Getting dealt a few hands at one of his favorite Atlantic City casinos was one of Mudry’s last…
ATLANTIC CITY — Technicians were busy testing water samples from Atlantic County ocean and bay beaches at a laboratory here Monday, looking for signs of bacterial contamination.
ATLANTIC CITY — The Casino Reinvestment Development Authority has approved more than $13 million for improvement projects at Boardwalk Hall and the Convention Center.
Atlantic City’s gaming industry is riding a hot streak this month with the arrival of legalized sports betting and the impending opening of two casinos.
ATLANTIC CITY — Ocean Resort Casino has been granted a special meeting just days before it is set to open for the approval of a state casino license that would allow the casino to offer gaming.
ATLANTIC CITY — When the $2.4 billion Revel casino shut down in 2014, Meg Timson wondered what would happen to a building that was only about two years old and already out of business.
ATLANTIC CITY — A long-awaited state audit of the Casino Reinvestment Development Authority will be released to the public this summer.
ATLANTIC CITY — Casino gaming first came to the resort 40 years ago with the understanding that the industry itself would not be the only beneficiary. Residents of Atlantic City were told there would be good-paying, full-time jobs available right in their backyards.
MARGATE — Beach cleaners don’t dwell on the natural beauty around them while driving the high-tech equipment that sweeps the sand clean.
The MV Twin Capes, a luxurious ferry intended to be the jewel in the crown of the Cape May-Lewes Ferry system, was sent to the bottom of the ocean off Delaware on Friday, after years of sitting unused in Lower Township.
ATLANTIC CITY — The legalization of sports betting in New Jersey will produce countless winners — and losers — but no one in the city was more victorious on Thursday than Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa.
ATLANTIC CITY — A new era of gaming was ushered in Thursday with a Philadelphia sports icon and the state’s top lawmaker proudly holding up wager slips after placing the first legal sports bets at a resort casino.
People who like to swim in rivers are not happy that an invasive stinging jellyfish has made its way to Monmouth and Ocean counties.
The 22nd annual East Coast Gaming Congress and NextGen Gaming Forum will wrap up Thursday at Harrah’s Waterfront Conference Center.
ATLANTIC CITY — Casino gaming revenue increased in May compared to the month prior, but was down more than 5 percent from the previous year, according to figures released Wednesday.