Five Atlantic City hotels that allegedly were not in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act have reached settlements with federal officials.
A judge says Atlantic City’s main casino workers’ union didn’t violate federal bankruptcy law by discouraging Trump Taj Mahal’s events clients from patronizing the resort.
The restriction prevents anyone from re-opening Trump Plaza as a casino for 10 years, although it could be used for a non-gambling purpose.
The sampling of 500 Taj workers by Local 54 found almost half were still without insurance, even with a company stipend to help pay for coverage under the Affordable Care Act.
Sources tell CBS3 that when officers arrived, a male suspect with a knife charged at them. Police reportedly shot and killed that man.
The Borgata casino will receive about $63 million after a state appeals panel concluded Monday that Atlantic City had overcharged it on property taxes.
New Jersey lawmakers say there is almost no chance a statewide vote on whether to expand casino gambling beyond Atlantic City will be held this fall.
Demolition began this week on several empty motels along the Black Horse Pike, marking the end of an era many are happy to forget in the section of Egg Harbor Township known as West Atlantic City.
A Philadelphia man on supervised release for a 2010 bank robbery in Atlantic City is accused of robbing the same bank in April.
Tuesday’s severe weather has kept the train out of service because of damage to signal communications systems.
A company that wants to build windmills off the coast of Atlantic City is taking its case to New Jersey’s top court.
With proposals to expand casino gambling to other parts of New Jersey gaining momentum, Atlantic City is faced with an existential choice.
The head of Atlantic City’s main casino workers’ union, Bob McDevitt, says billionaire investor Carl Icahn is “a malignancy that needs to be cut out” from the city’s casino industry.
Atlantic City’s eight casinos saw their revenue increase by 5.3 percent in May compared with a year ago.
The New Jersey Assembly Thursday passed a series of bills aimed at helping Atlantic City through its ongoing financial crisis.