The changes planned for the updated casino include a completely new casino floor layout, new carpets and walkways, new chairs at table games and slots, and color coded slot locations.
The return of the Miss America pageant to Atlantic City brought attention to the seaside gambling mecca and a boon to police and public works employees.
Storms like this one are always an issue down the shore, bringing on coastal flooding and beach erosion.
Fifty-one firefighters are facing layoffs if the federal government doesn’t get back to work and process a grant for the Atlantic City Fire Department.
The Borgata Hotel Casino and Spa on Wednesday received New Jersey’s first Internet gambling permit.
A southern New Jersey man has been convicted on aggravated manslaughter charges stemming from a fatal street fight in Atlantic City.
Police say 13 people were hospitalized following an accident involving a bus and two other vehicles Friday afternoon in Atlantic City.
Internet gambling may begin in New Jersey after a five-day trial period to make sure things work properly.
The Coast Guard and a good Samaritan rescued two brothers on Monday after their 31-foot boat capsized about eight miles east of Barnegat Light.
A bill signed by Gov. Chris Christie will allow for up to two days of horse racing next month on the beach in Atlantic City.
Business owners along the boardwalk in Atlantic City expressed disappointment Sunday over what some called a ‘missed opportunity’ during the Miss America ‘Show me Your Shoes’ parade on Saturday.
Nina Davuluri became the second consecutive contestant from New York to win the Miss America pageant.
For the first time since 2004, the Miss America pageant is being held in the place where it began – Atlantic City, New Jersey. And fans are welcoming the familiar traditions back.
As 53 contestants of the Miss America Pageant prepare for their big night tomorrow in Atlantic City, a night of fun is planned along a two mile stretch of the boardwalk Saturday evening.
At Atlantic City tradition returns to the Boardwalk this evening at 5 p.m., with what’s become known as the “Show Us Your Shoes” parade.