“You’ll notice that some of the biggest names in show business are playing in the casinos almost every weekend — from Diana Ross, to the band Perry, to Hall and Oates,” says one Atlantic City promoter.
Some hotels along the Jersey shore have undergone major renovations — some to bring them into the 21st Century, others to restore their old-time charm.
There’s no better time to pack an overnight case, fill up the tank and head for the hills – or maybe the shore – than Memorial Day weekend. Here are the top getaways near Philadelphia.
Check out these Memorial Day events to make the most of your time in the sun.
Twice apparently wasn’t enough for a northern New Jersey man when it came to bending the rules at the craps tables.
Felony murder charges have been filed against a southern New Jersey man who allegedly shot and killed another man three years ago.
The CEO of Caesars Entertainment says Atlantic City has too many casinos, and that one or more needs to close.
A 41-year-old man was arrested after police say he allegedly assaulted an EMT who was checking on him inside his room at the Borgata Hotel Casino and Spa in Atlantic City.
There’s a new effort to remove graffiti in Atlantic City as new Mayor Don Guardian says the city has to be cleaner and safer.
The Marine Mammal Stranding Center says a small dead whale, believed to be a minke whale, washed ashore near the Center Pier off of Martin Luther King Boulevard and the beach.
Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice has been offered a plea bargain that would spare him jail time if he participates in anger management counseling.
The city dedicated a statue of Miss America on Monday, modeled loosely on former title holder Mallory Hagan but incorporating features from other past winners.
The 30th annual Celebration of Black Writing festival kicks off in just a few days. It’s 30 days of workshops, cultural events and much more.
An Atlantic City man convicted of shooting two men after they failed to turn over their sneakers during a robbery has been sentenced to nearly 39 years in prison.
A national gaming analyst calls this a major win for online gaming in New Jersey.