A city council committee has heard applicants in the running for a 2nd casino license in Philadelphia brag about their plans to hire minorities.
More than 1,000 people showed up at an Atlantic City casino, hoping to get one of 50 jobs it was offering.
Atlantic City’s casino industry may be struggling, but one casino is staging an “emergency” jobs fair this week for positions that start as soon as this weekend.
Internet gambling is growing slowly in New Jersey, less than three months after it started.
Gaming Control Board spokesman Doug Harbach says gross revenue from slots play fell almost 9-percent last month compared to January of 2013.
Lawyers for a New Jersey man left incapacitated when he was thrown from his sulky during a harness race in Pennsylvania will be allowed on the property to inspect track conditions.
More hearings are scheduled for today before the Pennsylvania Gaming Board, as they try to decide who will get Philadelphia’s remaining casino license.
Customers and employees at the Atlantic Club Casino Hotel spent a last few hours Sunday at the casino, which closes just after midnight.
The Atlantic Club Casino Hotel in Atlantic City says it will close on January 13th, reducing the number of casinos in the struggling gambling resort to eleven.
New Jersey’s top casino regulator has fined the Showboat casino hotel $7,000 for playing games with unshuffled cards, and violating rules regarding the money counting room.
Six months after exiting bankruptcy court, Atlantic City’s newest casino may be up for sale — or headed back to bankruptcy.
The Atlantic Club Casino Hotel filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection Thursday, the second Atlantic City casino to do so this year.
State lottery director Vernon Kirk said Tuesday that officials will conduct a “soft launch” of online gambling on Thursday with a select group of preferred players.
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.
“He contributed a lot to the city of Philadelphia and to this country,” said Philadelphia city councilwoman Marian Tasco. “This city has lost an outstanding leader, good citizen, and a great benefactor.”