The city’s betting its two new casinos will bring a long-promised renaissance for all residents.
This was a week for optimism for anyone doing business in the New Jersey’s largest city
We now close the books on the year in business for New Jersey.
The president declares a public health emergency to deal with the deadly opioid epidemic. Are New Jersey voting machines hackable? Some say yes, some say absolutely not. Plus, witness for the defense. ...
Violent crime meets "operation swift justice" in Paterson. Local and state law enforcers plan to blanket "silk city" for a zero-tolerance approach to crime. If you had $20 million what would you do ...
2015 was an eventful year for the Garden State.
The rise and fall of Stockton's big dreamer. Newark police under civilian scrutiny. Need some breathing room? The report card on air quality. Rewiring a stroke damaged brain. It's done with mirrors.
Showboat can't be turned into a Stockton campus because of an agreement.
Another bad news bond rating with Christie back on the trail. A power play for power. Pouring Sandy money back on beaches. An ode to a Jersey icon. And spinning tales without a sound.
New Revel owner Glenn Straub wanted to hook up generators to restore power to the building that ACR Energy turned off.
Buying up the boardwalk. Revel's new owner sets his sights on the Showboat. What would the deal mean for Stockton students? And debating the deal. Public comments open on the controversial Exxon ...
Developer Glenn Straub has a grand vision for Atlantic City.
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.
A U.S. Bankruptcy Court judge in Camden rejected the $82 million sale of Revel to developer Glenn Straub.