A judge on Thursday dismissed domestic violence charges against Ray Rice, who was captured by a surveillance camera knocking his then-fiancee unconscious in a hotel elevator last year.
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Atlantic City’s Council and firefighters’ union say they were left out on the plan approved last Friday by the state Civil Service Commission to lay off 85 firefighters.
Federal prosecutors say 21-year-old Kareem Bailey was recently sentenced to more than 20 years in prison.
The department purchased and has now deployed 130 body cameras to be worn by uniformed officers during every patrol.
The town lost thousands of jobs when four casinos closed last year. As for the remaining eight, they’re looking for people.
There are 1,400 jobs available right now in Atlantic City’s casinos, but only 350 of them are full-time positions, according to a survey undertaken by a New Jersey casino regulator.
Called “Bloom,” the festival will feature more than 100 acts on five stages, including Pretty Lights, Dillon Francis, G-Eazy, 3Lau and Machine Gun Kelly.
The Tropicana has rebounded to become one of Atlantic City’s more profitable casinos.
Chris Christie was greeted with Eagles chants in Atlantic City on Wednesday.
The effort to bring more non-gambling attractions to cash-strapped Atlantic City reached a new milestone Wednesday with the grand opening of the Bass Pro Shop.
A bit of good news for a change for Atlantic City’s eight casinos. They’re making money again.
The new owner of what was the Revel Hotel Casino in Atlantic City hasn’t had the keys for a week yet and already he’s facing major issues with the property.
Two days after it was bought by a Florida developer, Atlantic City’s former Revel casino went dark Thursday as the power plant that is its sole supplier of utilities cut off service.
Three years to the day after Atlantic City’s $2.4 billion Revel casino opened — and seven months to the day after it closed — a bankruptcy court judge approved its sale to a Florida developer for about 4 cents on the dollar.