NJ Sports & Exposition Authority board voted to shut the IZOD Center down for 2 years.
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.
A decline in the horse racing industry and the economic climate contributed to the closure of the Race Course.
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.
A nasty strain of flu hits home. A bad year behind it, Atlantic City has reason to celebrate. U.S. senator's resolutions for New Jersey's future. And the former governor's perspective too.
A look back at the many changes that Atlantic City went through in 2014.
The New York State Gaming Commission accepted three casinos, none closer than two hours from North Jersey.
A second Dallas nurse tests positive for Ebola. The concerns of health care workers here. Self reporting bullying in Sayreville high school. Can artificial turf cause serious illness?
Former chair of the New Jersey Sports and Exposition Authority Carl Goldberg says tax revenues gained from a casino in North Jersey could be used to redevelop Atlantic City, so it does not depend on ...
Atlantic City's loss is another city's gain. Water-logged Woodbridge homes join the Blue Skies buyouts. Outside U.S. senators' offices, anti-Israel protests. And an Emmy-winning Foley artist who makes ...
Business leaders and politicians met to discuss building casinos in North Jersey.
The weekend is here and if you’re looking for a fun activity this weekend or during the upcoming week, here is a list of events happening Aug. 15 to Aug. 21.
Making Jersey cities safer. Are any initiatives working? Another Atlantic City casino is throwing in the chips. And developing Camden. A big ticket tax break for a bunch of new jobs.