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.
Casinos, hotels, a convention center and a monorail at New Jersey’s Meadowlands? That’s the plan business leaders laid out Tuesday to transform the area into a multi-venue entertainment district.
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.
The year was 1989, and I was serving as the editor on Pete Rose’s forthcoming autobiography. But then, as the the manuscript was coming into final form, he was accused of gambling on games.
Jeff Beck with the Council of Compulsive Gambling of New Jersey said the group’s phones are usually ringing off the hook the day after the big game from people who realize they have a problem.
Connecticut might gamble on slots and video gaming in Bridgeport, New Haven and Windsor Locks.
With competition in New York and Pennsylvania eating into New Jersey’s gambling revenue, state lawmakers are considering bringing casinos to Bergen County.
Lawmakers in New Jersey will hold a meeting to discuss bringing casinos to Bergen County.
More potential competitors for upstate New York casino licenses are emerging despite an increasingly crowded Northeast market.
A producer of the Showtime series “Ray Donovan” will avoid prison time for his role in an illegal sports betting business that New York prosecutors have linked to the Russian mob.
State regulators approved six casinos for Internet gambling effective immediately.
Technology companies working with the Atlantic City casinos tell The Associated Press they intentionally set their digital fences slightly away from the edge of New Jersey’s borders.
New Jersey is extending its self-exclusion list to allow people to ban themselves from online betting.
Two events were held Thursday in New York City for and against the proposal that, if approved, would allow the development of as many as seven casinos across the state.