Lyndhurst fire department safely escorted guests, including some in wheelchairs, to waiting buses.
Assemblyman Ralph Caputo says Atlantic City is not facing the reality that the monopoly it once enjoyed no longer exists.
Tropicana Entertainment President and CEO Tony Rodio believes Atlantic City is starting to rebound but needs more time to reinvent itself. He says allowing casinos at the Meadowlands would be a ...
Gaming, Sports and Entertainment Advisory Commission Chairman Jon Hanson believes funds will be available to finish American Dream and agrees with a recommendation he made in 2010 that gambling should ...
Spectrum Gaming Group Managing Director Michael Pollock believes allowing gambling outside of Atlantic City will add unnecessary in-state competition.
The Senate Judiciary Committee voted unanimously today to confirm Christopher Cerf's appointment as the state's education commissioner. Sen. Leader Loretta Weinberg overcame her concerns and voted to ...
The Governor explains New Jersey's new drug law.
Opinions on this issue varied greatly with divisions generally defined by geography.
Severe weather knocking out the heat wave and power to thousands of people.
Ruben Ramos, chair of the Regulatory Oversight and Gaming Committee, says his goal is to amend the state constitution to permit gaming in areas other than Atlantic City.
New Jersey's halfway houses under fire again.
Winners Bayonne has opened, which offers a place for people to bet on horse races and also has a sports bar with a full restaurant.
On the day off-track betting facility Winners Bayonne opened, the New Meadowlands Racetrack Chairman Jeff Gural says a casino at the Meadowlands wouldn't compete with Atlantic City.
Linda Kassekert, who is stepping down from the NJ Casino Control Commission, says because of increased competition, Atlantic City must offer more than just gambling for visitors.
On the road to trouble as North Jersey braces for a traffic nightmare.