A new poll suggests that New Jersey residents don’t have a lot of faith in efforts to turn Atlantic City’s economic situation around.
New Jersey is moving ahead with plans to permit betting on sports in the state, but legal challenges could stall the rollout.
A federal bankruptcy court judge voided the labor contract at Atlantic City’s Trump Taj Mahal casino, raising hopes that the gambling hall and its 3,000 jobs could be saved.
Local 54 of the Unite-HERE union responded to Trump Entertainment Resorts’ demand that workers give up their entire pension and health care coverage as part of a complex plan to keep the casino open.
The protesters blocked an intersection at Missouri and Arctic Avenues.
Casino workers plan to block traffic on an Atlantic City, New Jersey highway Wednesday night to protest demands for contract givebacks being made to keep the Trump Taj Mahal open.
Casinos and racetracks in New Jersey will have to wait a bit longer for a judge’s ruling on the state’s efforts to allow legal sports gambling.
A Delaware bankruptcy judge has denied a request by Trump Entertainment Resorts to be relieved of its pension obligations under a collective bargaining agreement with workers at the Taj Mahal casino in Atlantic City, New Jersey.
Florida developer Glenn Straub, whose $90 million bid is the only publicly identified one, has asked a judge to delay an auction that resumed Tuesday until Thursday.
Tozour Energy Systems is asking a bankruptcy court judge in Delaware to let it terminate its contract with the Taj Mahal on Oct. 18, claiming it is owed more than $250,000.
“There is reason for real hope,” Christie said after the meeting with local elected officials, labor leaders and casino CEO’s at the headquarters for the Casino Reinvestment Development Authority (CRDA).
Through a combined Statewide Directive issued by the Attorney General’s office and a motion filed on behalf of Governor Chris Christie in the U.S. District Court, the Christie Administration took action Monday to allow casinos and racetracks to operate sports pools without fear of criminal or civil liability.
It was the tale of two cities Wednesday in Atlantic City with Miss America contestants strutting on the boardwalk and laid- off casino workers filling out unemployment applications at the Convention Center.
Tourism officials in Atlantic City are hoping for some positive attention and energy as Miss America contestants arrive on the same day the Revel Casino closed.
As the sun rose in Atlantic City, it was sunset for Revel’s time on the boardwalk.