New Jersey Governor Chris Christie will be spending the next three days in Great Britain.
Testifying before the Casino Control Commission this week, Hard Rock CEO James Allen said city and state efforts to help are good, but more needs to be done
US senator Robert Menendez says one need only look at the scope of damage in the Gulf of Mexico from the BP oil spill as proof of the danger to the entire midatlantic coast.
And if things play out as he expects they will, Steve Sweeney says he is ready to fight the governor’s plan in court.
And it may center around the defunct Revel property, soon to be bought by Florida developer Glenn Straub.
The owners of the Hard Rock Casino franchise are asking New Jersey regulators for clearance to, perhaps, get involved in Atlantic City gaming.
Rep. Frank LoBiondo hopes the timing is right, now that Nevada senator Harry Reid is no longer the Senate majority leader.
Their mission is to guide the town toward fiscal stability.
The Delaware River Port Authority has a new chairman, and while tradition keeps that position in Pennsylvania’s control, the man with the gavel is not a gubernatorial appointee, at least for now.
New Jersey officials are marking the tenth anniversary of the formation of the state’s Human Trafficking Task Force by hammering home a simple message: “Know it. See it. Report it.”
By executive order, Christie appointed Kevin Lavin as the city’s emergency manager and Kevyn Orr as special counsel to the emergency manager.
Authorities say a baby who died after being set on fire in the middle of a New Jersey road still had its umbilical cord and placenta attached.
Swarthmore and Haverford are in the top 10. Penn comes in at 26.
Despite Bad Report On Gaming Revenue In AC, Experts Suggest The Trend Should Turn Around In Year Ahead
Atlantic City’s casinos made less money again in the year gone by, according to figures released this week by the state of New Jersey.
Judge Rea Boylan at times had to intervene between Tolly and Assistant DA Matt Weintraub.