Atlantic City Casino Revenue Down In AugustFigures released Wednesday by the state Division of Gaming Enforcement show the casinos won $245.8 million in August, down from $258.5 million in August 2015.
Atlantic City Gaming Is Up AgainApril was another UP month for the 8 casinos in Atlantic City.
New Jersey Issues Rules To Allow Skill-based GamblingNew Jersey gambling regulators have issued regulations allowing companies to place skill-based gambling devices on the floor of the state's eight casinos.
Owed $170M By Atlantic City, Borgata Skipping $7.2M Tax PaymentThe Borgata is refusing to make a $7.2 million tax payment due Wednesday; it is owed more than $170 million in tax appeals it has won from Atlantic City, and the city says it can't pay that much.
Gov. Christie Again Rejects Atlantic City, Casino Aid PackageGov. Chris Christie has once again rejected a financial assistance package for Atlantic City and its struggling casinos, vetoing measures that included the changes he demanded when he vetoed them the first time.
Financial Firm Predicts More Atlantic City Casinos Will CloseA Wall Street firm predicts a new wave of casino expansion in the Northeastern U.S. will lead to more casino closings in Atlantic City.
Surviving Atlantic City Casinos' July Revenue Up More Than 8 PercentData released Wednesday by New Jersey regulators shows the casinos won $257.5 million from gamblers last month, compared to $238.3 million in July 2014.
Lawmakers: Remove Deed Restrictions From Showboat SiteThe two Atlantic County Democrats will introduce legislation stating that any covenants or deed restrictions on property held by public entities in the city's tourism district violate the public interest. They say that would make them void and unenforceable.
Legislative Assistance Package For Atlantic City Clears AssemblyThe New Jersey Assembly Thursday passed a series of bills aimed at helping Atlantic City through its ongoing financial crisis.
N.J. Lawmakers Debate Allowing Casinos Beyond Atlantic CityThere's a proposal in the state legislature that could pave the way for up to three new gambling facilities in the northern part of the state.
New Owner Working To Get Electric Power Restored at Revel Casino-Hotel, in Atlantic City Two generators and one backup have arrived at the site, and will be hooked up soon.
Developer Glenn Straub Finalizes Purchase of Revel Hotel-Casino in Atlantic CityStraub now owns the glittering facility, which some might call a "white elephant," that sits at the northern end of the Atlantic City boardwalk.