Mayor Guardian canceled his appearance at an Assembly committee hearing to discuss the city's casino industry.
Eight killings in eight days. A crime crisis in Newark. An influx of immigrants overwhelm a school. The PARCC tests. Are schools ready? Atlantic City. The mayor has his own remedy.
Mayor Don Guardian says that Atlantic City's budget will decrease by $61 million to help offset the losses.
More immigrants here than ever. Will Obama protect them or deport them? The Revel buy's a bust. What's next for Atlantic City? Free shipping from retailers. And free turkeys for food banks.
Brookfield Properties, which had won an auction to purchase Revel, has now pulled out.
Will Atlantic City morph into a college town? Get it in writing. Saint Michael's planned sale. How to post a gripe and not get sued. High stress training for air traffic controllers.
Stockton College is considering turning the Showboat into a campus for its students.
Atlantic City Mayor Don Guardian says that the Taj Mahal casino is closing because it's an under-performing property, symbolic of what has been happening with other gaming properties.
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.
Ebola. We'll look at the politics, our preparedness and separate fact from fear mongering with New Jersey's chief epidemiologist. Plus, will casino union concessions save the Taj Mahal?
Sweeney said Carl Icahn shouldn't make demands of union casino workers to save Taj Mahal.
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.