New Jersey casino regulators have approved gambling chips worth just 25 and 50 cents apiece, instead of the $1 or higher chips commonly used at the casinos.
People in the southern part of the state reported feeling the ground vibrate at about 10 a.m. Saturday.
A young man named Joe Steinfeld looked at the Garden State from a different point of view, one he hoped would be humorous, but not everyone is laughing.
Local 54 of the Unite-HERE union agreed Thursday to a three-year pact with Trump Entertainment Resorts. The company owns the Taj Mahal Casino Resort and Trump Plaza Hotel and Casino.
Friday marks the 11th day of the 11th month of 2011. From right here in town to all across the world, people are celebrating 11/11/11 in a variety of ways.
Wanna bet? New Jersey does, but Washington has the final say.
New Jersey Democrats ceded little if any ground to Republicans in the legislative elections, despite the popularity of Gov. Chris Christie and the millions of dollars he raised for the state GOP.
The Atlantic City Council must get approval from the state Community Affairs Department’s Local Finance Board in order to borrow the money.
The casinos have struggled for five years with plunging revenues amid ever-growing — and ever-closer — competition.
A gathering of debt collectors in Atlantic City this week found many willing to work out payment plans with debtors in which payments of as little as $5 or $10 a month are acceptable.
Sunil Rattu was ambushed, carjacked and shot dead near the Taj Mahal Casino in Atlantic City Sunday. Now cops have one of the suspects in custody, according to a report.
Police said Phillip Byrd and Eric Darden, both 20, and Raheem Simmons, 18 — all of Camden New Jersey, stalked several potential victims before zeroing in on 28-year-old Sunil Rattu, of Old Bridge, and his 24-year-old friend, Radha Ghetia,
The hunt for three men continues Monday night after a couple was ambushed, carjacked and shot near the Taj Mahal Casino in Atlantic City on Sunday. Sunil Rattu, 28, was killed.
A week after telling people – in some not very subtle terms – to leave the shore as Hurricane Irene swirled up the coast, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie on Friday encouraged people to head back to the boardwalk — with open wallets.
“The most important bit of advice I can give to any of the 8.8 million citizens of this state is think — don’t react — think. Think about what you need to do to protect your life and the life of your family,” Christie said in a news conference.