Atlantic City, NJ Casino Dealers Reject Designated Smoking Area Proposal
Atlantic City, NJ casino workers opposed to indoor smoking rejected a proposal being floated by state legislators to create designated outdoor smoking areas.
Black Family Sues Sesame Place for $25 million, Alleging Discrimination
A Baltimore family is suing a Sesame Street-themed amusement park in Langhorne, PA for $25 million in federal court over claims of racial discrimination.
NJ kicks off Atlantic City’s 1st supermarket in 15 years
It took nearly $19 million of public money and a government agency willing to step in where the private sector declined to tread, but Atlantic City will soon have its first supermarket in 15 years.
New Jersey is first in nation to see $1B month in sports betting
Football season sent more gamblers to sports books and, crucially, their phones, according to figures out Monday.
Cape May, NJ teen lifeguard death sparks concern about surfboats
Cape May officials have decided that guards will not use the boats for at least the remainder of the year, according to a report.
Smoking will be allowed again at Atlantic City casinos starting July 4
New Jersey's yearlong coronavirus-inspired ban on smoking in Atlantic City casinos will end Sunday, just in time for the Fourth of July holiday.
New Jersey a signature away from extending Atlantic City takeover
Gov. Phil Murphy has been sent legislation that would keep most of Atlantic City's major decision-making powers under state control for an additional four years.
Bruce Springsteen announces Broadway return of one-man show
The rockstar will bring his hit show back through the summer. Ticket-holders will have to prove they're vaccinated against COVID-19.
‘Real ID’ deadline for air travelers now May 2023 due to COVID-19
The pandemic all but halted an already slow process, issuing Real ID cards that will soon be all but necessary at U.S. airports.