New Jersey Shatters Own Sports Betting Record In SeptemberNew Jersey took in more than $748 million in bets from sports gamblers finally able to wager on football amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Halted For Coronavirus, Live Poker To Resume Soon In Atlantic CityPoker is coming back to Atlantic City, with a few tweaks to accommodate the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus Forces 2 Popular Atlantic City Restaurants To Close PermanentlyPhiladelphia restaurateur Stephen Starr told The Associated Press on Tuesday that Buddakan and The Continental, which have been closed since mid-March, will not reopen.
Atlantic City Police Investigating After Man Falls To Death Inside Hard Rock Hotel & CasinoFollowing an investigation, officials say the 30-year-old was attempting to climb over a divider on the second floor when he fell and landed on the lobby floor.
'Definitely Going To Call Him Sleepy Joe': Sports Betting Companies Offering Free-To-Play Contests For Presidential DebateIt’s the latest example of how the fast-growing sports betting industry is making inroads into mainstream popular culture.
Atlantic City Firefighters Sues City, New Jersey Over Coronavirus HandlingLawyers for Local 198 say 65 firefighters have been exposed to the virus.
Atlantic City Police: Man Arrested With 500 Bags Of Heroin After Making Drug Deal While 2-Year-Old Daughter In CarThe incident happened Wednesday on the 3900 block of Crossan Avenue, shortly after noon.
3 Men Charged After Atlantic City Police Find Handgun, Drugs In Vehicle During Traffic StopIn total, the officers recovered 165 grams of cocaine, 31 grams of unpackaged heroin, 21 bags of heroin, 30 grams of oxycodone pills, 45 grams of ecstasy pills, and 5.5 grams of marijuana. 
Police: 17-Year-Old Boy Facing Handgun, Drug Charges After Fleeing Motor Vehicle Stop In Atlantic CityPolice say an officer attempted to conduct a motor vehicle stop in reference to an ongoing investigation in the area of Adriatic Avenue just before 9 p.m. Sept. 15. 
Man Charged With Killing 32-Year-Old Atlantic City Woman Over Neighborhood Dispute: ProsecutorsProsecutor Damon Tyner said Sunday that Maximo Santiago had been charged with first-degree murder and weapons counts.
Atlantic City Police Chief Henry White To Retire After 35 Years Of Service