The judge presiding over the Revel bankruptcy sale expects to rule Friday on whether to approve the $82 million deal with Florida developer Glenn Straub.
Atlantic City Fire Chief Dennis Brooks is now on paid administrative leave after a city worker claims he dropped his pants in front of her.
The Donald Trump name will stay in Atlantic City.
Late Friday, the firefighters’ union and city administration pushed through a deal to reapply for that grant, but with a level of staffing below what the grant requires.
The owners of Atlantic City’s Taj Mahal casino on Friday appealed a court order in favor of Donald and Ivanka Trump in a lawsuit seeking to strip the Trump name from the casino.
By Jim Donovan: Air Canada has announced it is launching non-stop service between Toronto and Atlantic City. The seasonal service, to be flown by Air Canada Express, operated by Jazz, will offer four return trips […]
The Borgata casino will open an outdoor concert hall this summer and a new nightclub this fall.
Hard Rock says the April 22 date was a precautionary warning in case the casino does not emerge from bankruptcy and has to close.
Philadelphia developer Bart Blatstein had planned to unveil his vision for The Pier Shops at Caesars in Atlantic City on Tuesday, but a legal dispute has put the project on hold.
Glenn Straub signed a deal Tuesday to buy Revel for $82 million. The casino cost $2.4 billion to build.
A bankruptcy court judge sided with Donald and Ivanka Trump on Friday, ruling that they can move forward with a lawsuit seeking to strip the Trump name from Atlantic City’s Taj Mahal casino.
John Beatty, of Red Lion, reportedly won the $667,106.32 jackpot while playing a 25 cent, five-line “Monopoly Wheel Luxury Diamonds” slot machine for just two minutes.
After failing to sell their property for a second time, owners of the Revel casino head back to court in an effort to re-coup some money from a former potential buyer.
The plans come as Atlantic City has lost four of its 12 casinos and is trying to make its tourism-centered economy less dependent on gambling.
A call to kill the deal to sell the bankrupt Revel Atlantic City to a Florida-based businessman remains in limbo after yet another court hearing in Camden. While a judge is expected to rule on Thursday, the developer is once again negotiating with the hotel-casino to salvage the transaction.