To be successful, Atlantic City has to be much more than a casino town, officials and observers say.
Hundreds of newly laid-off casino workers began filing for unemployment Wednesday morning, the first attendees at an assistance center that expects to process 5,000 workers over the next three days.
Atlantic City’s newest casino — and its biggest, costliest flop — went out with barely a whimper.
Atlantic City’s newest casino and its costliest failure has begun its two-day shutdown. The $2.4 billion Revel Casino resort closed its hotel at 11 a.m. Monday. The casino will close at 6 a.m. Tuesday.
The Mardi Gras-themed casino is shutting down at 4 p.m. Sunday after 27 years on the Boardwalk.
Two casinos are expected to close by next week and lawmakers on both sides are working to save the gambling town and push for casinos up north.
An armored car company will reimburse an Atlantic City casino after nearly $21,000 fell from the roof of one of its trucks.
As I navigated my boat, the MOJO, across Great Bay in South Jersey last week I came upon one giant relic and maybe another bigger one.
The Northeast’s favorite playground never sleeps and has something for everyone, day and night.
GardaWorld armored car services picked up the cash at Revel on Aug. 6.
The Revel Casino Hotel in Atlantic City announced it will close eight days sooner than it originally planned.
More than 5,000 casino workers could be out of a job by next month between the closing of Showboat and Revel casinos alone.
Atlantic City’s newest casino is shutting its doors just over two years after opening amid high hopes of turning around the crumbling seaside resort’s gambling market.
No matter what Ray Rice said yesterday, it can’t change what he did or the near-universal perception that aristocrats get more chances than we do. But Rice made one refreshing statement: His wife could do no wrong.
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