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LIVINGSTON TWP., NJ - JUNE 30:   New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie announces his candidacy for the Republican presidential nomination at Livingston High School on June 30, 2015 in Livingston Twp., New Jersey. Christie made the announcement in the gymnasium of his alma mater, becoming the 14th candidate to join the Republican field.  (Photo by Jeff Zelevansky/Getty Images)

Atlantic City Casinos To Governor Christie: Sign The Bills

Bills aimed at helping Atlantic City have sat on Governor Chris Christie’s desk for most of the summer without action.

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AC Radio Pioneer Calls It A Career After Almost 60 Years On The Air

In Atlantic City, a broadcaster who has worked for almost six decades at the same station called it a career this week.


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Pro: Borgata Uses Booze, Sexy Servers To Distract Gamblers

The Borgata claims Ivey and an associate exploited a defect in cards that enabled them to sort and arrange good cards.


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Union Ramps Up Strike Threat Against Taj Mahal Casino

Local 54 of the Unite-HERE union says it will load a storage trailer on Tuesday with supplies it would need for a strike against the casino.


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AC Man Facing Eminent Domain Eviction Can Stay In His Home, For Now

A Superior Court Judge says redevelopment officials in Atlantic City cannot seize a man’s house without a reasonable assurance it’ll really be used as planned.


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Accident Snarls Traffic After Atlantic City Beach Concert

A three-vehicle crash snarled traffic leaving the Maroon 5 beach concert in Atlantic City.


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Borgata Casino Says It Only Destroyed Cards Before Knowing Of Scheme

The Borgata Casino in Atlantic City destroyed playing cards involved in a lawsuit against a professional gambler it says cheated it out of $9.6 million, but only as part of its routine business practices and before it knew of the alleged scheme, according to a legal filing Friday.


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Locals Getting Frustrated, Wondering What’s Next At Revel?

Some locals are now beginning to wonder what, if anything, Glenn Straub will actually do with the property?


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Guilty Plea For Man Accused Of Bringing Counterfeit Chips To AC, Flushing Them Down Toilet

Authorities say the scheme was revealed when Christian Lusardi allegedly flushed hundreds of chips down the toilet in his room, clogging a pipe at Harrah’s Casino Hotel.


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Surviving Atlantic City Casinos’ July Revenue Up More Than 8 Percent

Data 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.


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Showboat Casino Back On The Block After Judicial Order

A New Jersey state court has given Stockton University the green light to find another buyer for the shuttered Showboat Casino in Atlantic City.


A stage is being built north of Arkansas Avenue in Atlantic City for Sunday's Maroon 5 concert. (credit: Mike DeNardo)

Atlantic City Leaders Finalize Plans For Two Huge Concerts On Beach

Maroon 5 rocks the beach in Atlantic City this Sunday, and Rascal Flatts plays next Thursday. As many as 50,000 fans are expected to buy tickets to each show.


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Atlantic City Hotels Settle Claims Over Disabilities Law

Five Atlantic City hotels that allegedly were not in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act have reached settlements with federal officials.


The Trump Taj Mahal Casino Resort in Atlantic City. (Credit: Ashley Wolf)

Judge: Atlantic City Casino Workers’ Union Didn’t Violate Bankruptcy Law

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.


Shuttered Trump Plaza in Atlantic City, New Jersey. (credit: Cleve Bryan)

Trump Plaza Casino In AC Likely To Remain Closed For At Least 10 Years

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.