Hundreds of casino workers in Atlantic City staged a protest Wednesday over the closure of the Showboat Casino – the latest in a string of economic troubles to hit the historic resort town.
Communities across the Tri-State area are getting ready for July Fourth festivities, but the threat of wet weather has forced some to alter their plans.
Caesars Entertainment said Friday morning the company will shutter the poorest-performing of its four Atlantic City casinos.
New Jersey State Sen. Ray Lesniak says he’ll be placing a bet — legally — on the NFL, one way or another: “I’m not saying ‘One day.’ I’m saying September.”
About 12 percent of New Jersey gamblers would take their business to one or more of the four new casinos being built in New York, according to a new poll.
A small private plane traveling from Massachusetts to Atlantic City crashed and caught fire Saturday night, killing all seven people aboard, authorities said.
Two people were killed and several more were injured Monday afternoon when an NJ TRANSIT bus and a car were involved in a crash near Atlantic City.
Ray Rice acknowledged Friday that he “failed miserably” and apologized for the actions that led to his arrest on assault charges.
Ray Rice, the Baltimore Ravens’ star running back, knocked out his fiancee during an argument at an Atlantic City casino, police allege in a complaint.
TMZ says it has surveillance video of Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice and his fiancee before they were both arrested due to an incident at an Atlantic City casino.
Atlantic City police said that the Ravens star and Janay Palmer were both arrested on simple assault charges and were released on a summons after an incident at the Revel Casino early Saturday morning.
The NYPD and the FBI have busted up a ring of robbers who are accused of breaking into ritzy jewelry stores, and stealing more than $1 million worth of watches, all up and down the East Coast.
New Jersey’s senate president says if gambling is ever expanded beyond Atlantic City, the Meadowlands is no sure bet.
Atlantic City casinos brought in nearly $8.5 million in the first five weeks of online gambling. That figure is off track towards meeting the state’s projected $1.2 billion mark at the end of June and slightly below the expectations of Union Gaming Research.
It’s now Year 4 of Gov. Chris Christie’s five-year marketing plan to revive Atlantic City’s sagging casino district — and it’s not getting off to a good start.