For Menendez, an army of supporters. For Revel, the fifth time's the charm. Regulating those jitney buses for safety's sake. How good a deal is the nuclear deal with Iran? And getting cash for attic ...
Florida developer Glenn Straub will buy the shuttered Revel casino for $82 million.
The Revel casino looking to scrap the $95 million deal to sell. Jersey City's chromium cleanup controversy. HIV/AIDS hits hardest among African-Americans. And your ad here!
The sale of the shuttered Revel casino to Glenn Straub is on hold.
A final blow for the underused Izod Center. The vacant Hoffmann-La Roche tract's reincarnated as a medical school. Atlantic City's coming back. And help for addiction's a single phone call away.
Guardian discussed the AC's economy in light of several casino closures and Caesars' bankruptcy announcement.
Does the Port Authority budget reflect reforms? Tweeting crime tips to cops. Child care costs more than college. A rapid Ebola test. And a busted Revel deal. Now what?
Executive Director of Stockton College's Institute of Gaming, Hospitality and Tourism Israel Posner says it does not matter who buys Revel because what really matters is getting the previous Revel ...
Rescuing Atlantic City. First fix the debt. Fleeing New Jersey. Half want to leave. Streamlining Jersey City. The Parking Authority may go. And honoring veterans.
Sweeney says his plan would attract investors to shore up Atlantic City's economy.
A ruling on Taj Mahal's union contracts. Hiking grades and lowering taxes. A peek at the art of making art.
A federal bankruptcy judge ruled Trump Entertainment can stop paying for pensions.
This summer's cash crop of tourists down the shore. Atlantic City's double down. Two more casinos closing. Four police departments are military surplus rejects. And one epic cattle call.
With Showboat and Revel closing, AC officials look towards what the casinos could become.
The governor meets the press. After Revel. What can stop Atlantic city's downward spiral? The Senate president says re-brand it. And someone's been branding Newark with graffiti, for art's sake.