A new poll finds most New Jerseyans don’t want casino gambling in other parts of the state beyond Atlantic City.
Mayor Ras Baraka and other local officials pitched Newark as the ideal location for a new New Jersey casino Wednesday.
The Atlantic City monopoly on New Jersey casino gambling may soon be coming to an end.
Hard Rock International and the Meadowlands Racetrack are proposing a casino just outside New York City.
Revel is getting a second chance as part of a Florida developer’s ambitious plan to remake the East Coast gambling resort into a destination for bettors and tourists alike.
Judge Gloria Burns approved the deal, which did not address the rights of former business tenants at the casino to operate there when it reopens.
Atlantic City, New Jersey is where the Monopoly board game began, but voters in a global contest to pick cities for new editions of the 80-year-old game have turned their attention elsewhere.
Hillary Rodham Clinton said Thursday that the nation’s political class could use “camps for adults” to foster cooperation, because too many leaders get backed into partisan corners and refuse to work together.
Monopoly is celebrating 80 years of capitalist cunning and dinner-table deals.
The Transportation Trust Fund is set to run out of money at the end of this fiscal year, June 30, to pay for roads and bridge repairs. But Gov. Chris Christie said nothing about it during his budget address Tuesday.
A Florida developer trying to buy the former Revel casino in Atlantic City said Tuesday that he was still negotiating with its owner to salvage the sale.
The owners of the former Revel casino in Atlantic City said they will cancel a deal to sell it to a Florida developer if the sale does not close by midnight.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie has appointed an emergency management team to oversee Atlantic City’s operations as part of plans to help the struggling seaside gambling resort get back on its feet.
Some Twitter users objected to what they considered racially offensive choices. Others called the criticism political correctness run amok.
Figures released Wednesday by the state’s Gaming Enforcement Division show the casinos took in $2.74 billion in 2014, down 48 percent from a high of $5.2 billion in 2006.