A town hall first. The governor takes on the bridge scandal. Gun control. Lawmakers vote for lower limits on ammo magazines. And they’re back. Tourists pumping billions into the Jersey economy.
Lt. Gov. Guadagno spoke to the tourism industry at the annual conference in AC, boasting about the state's attractions.
An assemblyman quits. Sen. Buono cancels a date. And a congressman says he’s still on the fence.
Officials expect the Miss America competition will generate $40 million for Atlantic City. The competition returns to New Jersey Sunday after having moved to Las Vegas in 2006.
Mounting fears in New Jersey’s Egyptian community as the crisis in Cairo turns deadly. Plus, Cory Booker loses a court battle. Good news about jobs. And bringing a horse race to the beach.
Assemblyman John Burzichelli (D-3) says horse racing on the beach will bring excitement to Atlantic City and the horse racing industry.
Anthony Catanoso, Steel Pier owner, has high hopes for the upcoming season, which will feature new entertainment options, as well as synergy with the returning Miss America pageant and Margaritaville.
After being held in Las Vegas for several years, the Miss America Pageant will move back to Atlantic City for its next competition.
Miss New Jersey 2012 Lindsey Petrosh, a 23-year-old from Egg Harbor City, is proud to represent the Garden State for the year and promote volunteering.