Thursday morning, the early bird got the worm — or at least a much easier drive.
Atlantic City started the year with 12 casinos. By Labor Day, it could be down to nine.
The parent company of Atlantic City’s Showboat Casino Hotel said Friday the casino will shut down on Aug. 31.
A union official says employees of The Showboat Casino Hotel will receive notices on Friday warning that the casino may close in two months.
Two Atlantic City casinos have been fined a total of $66,000, with the bulk of the fines levied against Harrah’s Resort Atlantic City for letting underage patrons gamble and drink.
A six-year-old boy who went missing on the Atlantic City beach has been found safe.
Shortly after distributing the letters, Revel filed a Chapter 11 petition with the federal bankruptcy court, its second in as many years. Revel said it hopes to find a buyer quickly.
Chris breaks down Hillary Clinton’s ongoing political problems, the IRS claiming they’ve lost two years worth of emails from Lois Lerner, and Atlantic City’s promotion of an LGBT beach.
Don Guardian officially designated Park Place Beach as LGBT-friendly.
Workers at Atlantic City’s newest casino have voted to join a union, meaning all 11 casinos in the city are now unionized.
The last communication Longport, New Jersey Town Commissioner James Leeds heard from his wife was a text message sent just minutes before she was killed. The text read, “We’re at the airport, getting ready to go.”
Pennsylvania Governor And Mrs. Corbett On The Passing Of Lewis Katz: “The Legacy He Leaves Behind Is One Of A Brilliant Businessman With A Profound Commitment”
“Sue and I are shocked and saddened by the tragic death of our friend, Lewis Katz.”
Congressman Chaka Fattah (PA-‐02) released the following statement on the passing of his good friend, Philadelphia Inquirer owner Lewis Katz:
Mayor Nutter ‘Shocked’ And ‘Saddened’ To Learn Of Passing Of Lewis Katz In Atlantic City Bound Plane Crash
Mayor Nutter says he is shocked and deeply saddened to hear this terrible news.
Reacting to the death of his partner and Inquirer co-owner Lewis Katz, Gerry Lenfest says the world lost a special man.