At a conference by the Council of Compulsive Gambling of New Jersey, easy access to placing bets sparked worry that the state’s gambling addiction problem will only grow worse.
The city’s betting its two new casinos will bring a long-promised renaissance for all residents.
Atlantic City Mayor Don Guardian discusses the current state of Atlantic City as officials work to save its economy.
Atlantic City wins in court, then counter sues the state for the $33 million in aid approved last year. Then vetoed. We'll talk with the mayor. Education spending is up. So why are school districts ...
Bryant Simon, author of "Boardwalk of Dreams: Atlantic City and the Fate of Urban America", gives his take on the current Atlantic City problems.
Emotions run high at a hearing on the financial fate of Atlantic City. Either going bankrupt or having the state takeover. Restructure its debt. Break its union contracts and sell off its assets. ...
The Pope calls for action now to save the planet and its people, especially those most vulnerable to the effects of climate change -- the poor. They kill twice as many people as die in traffic ...
Today's Garden State Express stories from Atlantic City, West Deptford and Bound Brook.
Obama's executive order on immigration. How it impacts New Jersey communities. Transforming health services for the LGBT community. And coping with the extreme cold when you're living below the line.
NJTV News Chief Political Correspondent Michael Aron discusses the latest on the Revel sale and Jennifer Velez leaving her post at the Department of Human Services.
The State of the State. What the governor left out. Casino competition just across the New York border. Ethics complaints in the public versus charter school fight. And K-9 cops in training.
NY is giving developers a second shot at a casino license in the Southern Tier, which officials say will hurt NJ.
A pricey facelift for the historic, haggard Elizabeth station. The president's get-into-college free card. Another blow racing toward Atlantic City. And it's like speed dating for arts troops.
Meadowlands Racetrack operator Jeff Gural says the horse racing industry has failed to attract young people and it's staying around because of other options at racing facilities.