The probe by New Jersey legislators into last year’s shutdown of lanes leading to the George Washington Bridge has gone on for more than nine months and it appears Governor Chris Christie is losing patience with Democrats
Comparing Camden and Atlantic City, at least on the police issue, just won’t work for Atlantic City Mayor Don Guardian.
Gorski, 35, of Mount Holly, was charged in late July with abusing a girl for seven years, starting when she was six.
He was first elected to Council in 1983 and served for years as Santa Claus at the Cherry Hill Mall.
Fox, a Democrat, served as transportation commissioner, and later as chief of staff, to former governor Jim McGreevey.
Whatever the motivation, Christie says, if Trump wants in, no problem.
Atlantic City mayor Don Guardian discussed his long-term goals for the shore town that has been wracked over the past few weeks by consolidation in the casino industry.
For all the pain, one expert says things in Atlantic City are not as bad as they seem.
An idea under consideration is to form a regional police force in Atlantic City similar to what happened in Camden.
As expected, workers at the Trump Taj Mahal casino-hotel in Atlantic City have received formal warning that their jobs may be gone by mid-November.
Phillies’ third baseman Cody Asche tried a driving simulator while using a smartphone, and smashed into a car.
Dennis Alston, 54, is being held in lieu of $300,000 bail after a probe indicated problems at Home Sweet Home, the daycare center his wife ran out of their Timber Lane home.
Reports indicate that developer Glenn Straub wants nothing to do with a casino, assuming the deal goes through in federal bankruptcy court. But what he might do with the $2.4-billion property is not clear.
Revel has been sold and MGM is back as a half partner at the Borgata.
As the state reads the ruling of the Third Circuit Court of Appeals, New Jersey can’t sponsor sports betting, but there’s nothing stopping casinos from doing it if the state won’t prosecute anyone.