Atlantic City NJ
The city’s mayor says he plans to seek a federal grants to cover the cost of keeping the fire department fully staffed.
Our Lady Star of the Sea and St. Nicholas of Tolentine will operate under the name of St. Monica Parish, with Our Lady Star of the Sea serving as the main worship site.
There’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.
A number of job training programs are now in place, but they only go so far, according to Atlantic City mayor Don Guardian.
This afternoon between 1pm and 6pm, fares will be the same as they were when the jitneys first hit the streets of Atlantic City: five cents.
There will be a couple of mega beach concerts this year (details to come in a couple of weeks), along with the usual offering of star-studded entertainment, family oriented events, nightlife, and outlet shopping.
Over the weekend, the university faculty announced it had aproved a no-confidence vote in outgoing president Herman Saatkamp.
In a two-page letter to the school’s board of trustees, Herman Saatkamp says he’ll stay on until the end of August.
Glenn Straub, who is being fined $5,000 a day while the building’s emergency fire suppression system is without power, wanted to bring in diesel generators temporarily.
The Resorts iGaming Lounge allows up to 100 patrons to play different casino games online while at Resorts.
New Jersey environmental officials say the large diesel generators that developer Glenn Straub has brought in to get the Revel’s fire-suppression system operating again might not meet federal clean air standards.
Two generators and one backup have arrived at the site, and will be hooked up soon.
Straub now owns the glittering facility, which some might call a “white elephant,” that sits at the northern end of the Atlantic City boardwalk.
Two sources confirm to KYW Newsradio that Straub is talking to Stockton University about taking the former Showboat off their hands.
Florida-based developer Glenn Straub wants permission to move forward this weekend on his $82-million purchase offer for the Revel, so he can arrange for an alternate power source.