A federal judge has approved the sale of Atlantic City’s former Revel casino to the runner-up bidder in last year’s bankruptcy court auction for $95 million — but the buyer doesn’t want it at that price.
Mayor Don Guardian predicts 2015 will be “a year of healing” for his shell-shocked seaside resort — even as he expects it to lose yet another casino.
As New Jersey wrestles with how to bring Atlantic City back from the brink of financial collapse, freeholders in Atlantic County want a seat at the table.
You think tram cars down the shore and Wildwood instantly comes to mind. Starting next month, Atlantic City will offer a similar service on the boardwalk.
Most of Atlantic City’s casinos heralded the new year by announcing entertainment acts that would perform as the clock struck midnight. But one is advertising the fact that it has survived 2014.
Despite the city’s economic woes, according to TravelMag.com Atlantic City is one of the most expensive places in the country to getaway for New Year’s Eve.
Existing buildings could house them, rather than new construction. That appeals to the people who manage the Chelsea Hotel in Atlantic City.
In response to anti-police protests throughout the country, there was a rally on the Atlantic City Boardwalk Friday to show support for law enforcement.
The Florida developer in line to purchase the former Revel Casino Hotel in Atlantic City wants an $8 million discount.
Atlantic City Police joined the Jewish Family Services and Atlantic City Rescue Mission to spread some holiday cheer Tuesday.
The body of a man was found near the Golden Nugget around 1 p.m. on Tuesday.
An Atlantic City piano tuner whose family home is set to be taken by the state delivered an online petition with more than 100,000 signatures to Gov. Chris Christie on Wednesday.
A casino workers union in Atlantic City defied a company-imposed deadline Monday to withdraw its appeal of a court-ordered, cost-cutting package.
A bill now in the New Jersey legislature would use state funds to help retrain thousands of laid-off Atlantic City hotel and casino workers so they can find new jobs.
Stockton College of New Jersey has completed its $18 million purchase of the former Showboat Casino Hotel in Atlantic City. The school has big plans for what it will call its “Island Campus.”