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|Ewing (70) at Atlantic City (51) - Girls Basketball - NJ.comGoogle News / 4 h. 58 min. ago more|
Ewing (70) at Atlantic City (51) - Girls BasketballNJ.comKiyla Peterson netted 21 points for Ewing, which took control of the game with a 17-8 third quarter which gave the team a 49-34 lead going into the fourth. Jaycee Lowe added 14 points in the win. Qeiajae Canty led Atlantic City with 19 points and 12 ...and more »
|Atlantic Tech (27) at Ocean City (47) - Girls Basketball - NJ.comGoogle News / 6 h. 28 min. ago more|
Atlantic Tech (27) at Ocean City (47) - Girls BasketballNJ.com... tallied 14 points and eight rebounds to lead Ocean City to a 47-27 win over Atlantic Tech in Ocean City. Kilie Wyers tallied 11 points and seven rebounds for Ocean City, which raced out to a 17-3 lead after the first quarter. Michaela Baker tallied ...and more »
|Mix of rain, snow possible for northern NJ Sunday night - NJ.comGoogle News / 18 h. 37 min. ago more|
NJ.comMix of rain, snow possible for northern NJ Sunday nightNJ.com... snow Sunday night. The outlook, issued by the National Weather Service early Sunday, is for the following counties: Sussex, Warren, Morris, Hunterdon, Somerset, Middlesex and parts of Monmouth. "A light mix of freezing rain and snow is possible ...and more »
|WATCH: Rutgers fans storm the court after Scarlet Knights stun Seton HallBig News Network.com / 21 h. 2 min. ago more|
The final seconds seemed like an eternity, with fouls and timeouts, but that didn't matter to the fans. When the zeros finally flashed on the scoreboard, they came streaming from all di
|Rutgers vs. Seton Hall trash talk spills over: 'I don't like anybody on their team'Big News Network.com / 21 h. 2 min. ago more|
Rutgers Athletics Center was loud enough Saturday afternoon that you couldn't hear yourself think in the stands, but not too loud to drown out the on-court trash talk between rivals. No
|Vineland Salvation Army, CCTEC Students Team Up for Toy DriveBig News Network.com / 1 d. 2 h. 22 min. ago more|
VINELAND, N.J. - Two Cumberland County organizations are joining forces to provide some holiday cheer to children in need.Coordinators with the Vineland Salvation Army are collaborating wit
|Reports: C.C. Sabathia agrees to 1-year deal with YankeesBig News Network.com / 1 d. 2 h. 24 min. ago more|
The 37-year-old Sabathia made $25 million last year when he went 14-5 with a 3.69 earned-run average. He has a 237-146 career record in 17 seasons with Clev
|Stop New Jersey constitutional overreach before it’s too lateBig News Network.com / 1 d. 2 h. 24 min. ago more|
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|Officers who subdued NYC terror suspect play Santa in NJBig News Network.com / 1 d. 8 h. 21 min. ago more|
NEWARK, N.J. (AP) -- Four police officers credited with subduing a would-be suicide bomber in New York City passed out toys to needy children across the Hudson River in New Jersey.The four
|Local families who lost loved ones to drunk drivers record HERO awareness videosBig News Network.com / 1 d. 8 h. 22 min. ago more|
Beth Henchy, of Galloway, tells the story of her nephew, Kevin Ade, who was killed by a drunk driver. She came to a studio in Northfield on Saturday to record awareness videos to promote designated dr
|Housing authorities in Atlantic County, Vineland receive HUD job training grantBig News Network.com / 1 d. 8 h. 22 min. ago more|
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development announced Friday more than $1.7 million in funding to communities around New Jersey for job training and employment programs, including three in At
|Barnegat's Manny Bowen will not play for Penn State in Fiesta BowlBig News Network.com / 1 d. 8 h. 22 min. ago more|
Penn State's Manny Bowen celebrates after sacking Michigan quarterback John O'Korn during the second half of an NCAA college football game Saturday, Oct. 21, 2017, in State College, Pa. (Chr
|Thieves empty 'overflowing' town hall Toys for Tots bin, police sayNJ.com / 1 d. 18 h. 43 min. ago more|
Trio walked into the town hall Thursday morning and took everything from the Toys for Tots bin which was packed with items donated by community members, cop say. Three people stole more than $300 worth of items donated at a Toys for Tots collection site in Atlantic County, police say. But the story has a happy ending. Authorities say all of the toys alleged stolen by the trio in Galloway Township have been recovered. Yessica Portorreal, 22, and Yanilka Facenda-Almanzar, 24, both of Pleasantville, have been arrested and charged in the theft, police say. Authorities are still seeking Kenneth W. Gray, 29, also of Pleasantville, in the case, they say. Thief steals donation kettle: Cops According to police, the three walked into the Galloway Township Municipal Building Thursday morning and took everything from the Toys for Tots bin which was "overflowing" with items donated by community members as part of the annual toy drive. By Thursday evening authorities had tracked down the alleged thieves, police say, and the toys which had been taken were recovered. The U.S. Marine Corps' Toys for Tots program collects donated items so that needy children who otherwise might not receive a gift at Christmas do. Bill Gallo Jr. may be reached at email@example.com. Follow Bill Gallo Jr. on Twitter @bgallojr. Find NJ.com on Facebook.
|Here's the 411 on 640: State prepares for launch of new area code next yearNJ.com / 1 d. 20 h. 9 min. ago more|
The new 640 area code is an overlay in the current 609 service area. The new year will bring a new area code to New Jersey. Officials are ramping up their public information campaign about the launch of the 640 area code, which will be added to the region currently served by 609. New 10-digit dialing procedures will begin on Jan. 20. The move was necessitated because of a projection that the 609 area code will max out its phone number options by late next year. Current 609 customers, extending from Mercer County south to Cape May County, will keep their area code and new customers will receive 640 in a process called an "overlay." Rather than carving out a geographic region for 640 and forcing 609 customers to change area codes, the overlay process is considered the least disruptive option, according to regulators. The state Board of Public Utilities approved the addition of 640 in April. Under the new procedure, current 609 customers will have to convert to 10-digit dialing within the area code -- dialing the area code for calls to other 609 phone numbers -- starting Jan. 20. New 640 customers will have to do the same. Why 609 pride won't fade with new area code Those calling within their 609 and 640 area codes will not have to dial a 1 first. Current 609 customers will still be able to call other 609 numbers without the area code until Aug. 18. The seven-month rollout is an effort to get customers accustomed to the new process. After that, 10-digit dialing is mandatory. The first numbers with 640 area codes won't be assigned until after Sept. 17, according to the BPU. The new area code is the 10th in New Jersey and is predicted to last 46 years before its possible phone numbers are exhausted. The BPU has posted educational notices in English and Spanish explaining the area code change. Matt Gray may be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow him on Twitter @MattGraySJT. Find the South Jersey Times on Facebook.
|The only truck used to rescue sea animals in N.J. is falling apartNJ.com / 1 d. 20 h. 48 min. ago more|
The truck is 20 years old and falling apart. There is one truck that handles all sea animal rescues in the state -- and that truck is falling apart. The Brigantine-based Marine Mammal Stranding Center -- the only organization authorized to handle stranded marine mammals in New Jersey -- has responded to nearly 5,000 rescues in its 40 years, using a specially equipped truck to lift and transport the animals for rehabilitation. But that 20-year-old truck -- a 1998 four-wheel-drive Ford F-550 -- is starting to decay from the salt and sand that can batter a vehicle over time. The Marine Mammal Stranding Center is trying to raise around $110,000 to $115,000 to replace the truck. That single truck isn't a typical vehicle -- it's custom made with special equipment that allows heavy marine mammals to be hoisted and carefully placed on the vehicle's built-in bed. The vehicle can lift animals up to 1,000 pounds, according to Bob Schoelkopf, founding director of the MMSC. "It's rusting out so bad ... and it's now time to replace it and get another vehicle," Schoelkopf said. The center rescues seals, whales, dolphins, sea turtles and other sea animals with the vehicle. WATCH: Whale frolics at the Jersey Shore New Jersey has nearly 130 miles of coastline -- not to mention the rivers and bays throughout the state, and Schoelkopf said without a functional truck, the organization will be in trouble -- and so will stranded marine animals. The center is hoping to purchase a newer model truck made with a special metal and plastic to allow it to withstand the weather and give it a longer lifespan. So far, the organization has raised about $45,000 -- which has primarily come from grants. However, it is holding fundraisers early next year to try and raise additional money. Schoelkopf said it will take months to build and specially outfit the new vehicle. He noted that when the "seals come in hot and heavy, it's hard on everybody" at the organization. The center has already rescued 168 sea animals this year. The center will host its Ales for Whales fundraiser on Jan. 25 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Garden State Beer Company in Galloway Township. For more information, visit MMSC.org. For ways to donate, click here. Spencer Kent may be reached at email@example.com. Follow him on Twitter @SpencerMKent. Find the Find NJ.com on Facebook.
|UEFA rejects AC Milan bid to stop FFP investigationBig News Network.com / 2 d. 15 h. 12 min. ago more|
MILAN -- UEFA has rejected AC Milan's bid for an agreement to end a financial fair play investigation that threatens to derail the plans of the club's new Chinese owners.While Mila
|Girls Basketball: 12 can't-miss games on Opening WeekendNJ.com / 2 d. 17 h. 29 min. ago more|
These 12 games will be must-see action during the opening weekend of the season.
|NJ.com preseason wrestling Top 20: Who's ready to dethrone BC?NJ.com / 2 d. 18 h. 16 min. ago more|
Can anyone threaten Bergen Catholic?
|The NJ.com boys basketball preseason Top 20: Who starts on top?NJ.com / 2 d. 19 h. 5 min. ago more|
The top teams in the state to start the year.
|Cops seek person who tried to torch town's police headquartersNJ.com / 3 d. 13 h. 27 min. ago more|
The glass bottle containing a petroleum-based accelerant smashed on the front doors, but didn't ignite Authorities are seeking the person who tried to set fire to the Galloway Township Police Headquarters. Police say the suspect attempted to light a glass bottle containing what's believed to be a petroleum-based accelerant. The bottle shattered over the lobby doors and floor, but did not ignite. There were several officers and citizens in the lobby, but no one was injured.
|Gloucester County Police Academy graduates 36 new officers (PHOTOS)NJ.com / 3 d. 14 h. 17 min. ago more|
The graduates will go on to serve in Atlantic, Burlington, Camden, Cumberland and Gloucester counties, as well as Rowan University. Thirty-six men and three women representing from five counties became the 51st class to graduate from the Gloucester County Police Academy on Wednesday. Fred H. Madden, director of the Police Academy, welcomed family and friends of the graduates as well as law enforcement professionals and senior officials of the college to the ceremony. The keynote address was presented by Chief Vernon Marino, of the Paulsboro Police Department. Joining him in distributing diplomas and medallions was Rowan College at Gloucester County President Frederick Keating and Board of Trustee Chairperson Gene J. Concordia. Special awards were given at the ceremony for academics, marksmanship, vehicle operations, dedication, physical fitness and professionalism. Four long-time volunteer instructors were also honored during the ceremony for their service and commitment. The graduates were: Atlantic County: Erich J. Thumhart, Hamilton Township. Burlington County: Maurice R. Anderson and Jeffrey F. Exavier, Willingboro; Katelyn G. Fleming, Ryan P. O'Farrell, Philippe A. Thibert and Christopher T. Zier, Burlington Township. Camden County: Donald L. Fager III, Gloucester City; Brandon E. Lipson, Cherry Hill; Ricardo Jose Solla Jr., Pennsauken. Cumberland County: Brandon E. Brown, Luis D. Pena, Erica Denise Quinones and Robert M. Vit, Cumberland County Sheriff's Department; Joseph A. Brown, Daniel J. Chavez, Frederick S. DeMary Jr., Dylan Fisher, Maruba Harris, Bobby B. Laboy, Jeremiah J. Rodriquez Jeffrey P. Rowan, Anthony Torres, William J. Ward III and Marcus Ware, Vineland; Daniel Meiswinkle, Cody J. Miller, Joseph Muller Jr., Michael E. Rabb, Dominick M. Santiago and Cory M. Shropshire, Millville. Gloucester County: Shawn T. Gill and Francisco Moran Jr., Deptford Township; Taj D. Lumanog, Monroe Township; Katelin P. Macken and Robert May, Harrison Township; Matthew E. Graham and Theodore J. Skordinsky, Gloucester County Sheriff's Department. Rowan University: Ioannis Dokouslis. Caitlyn Stulpin may be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow her on Twitter @caitstulpin. Find NJ.com on Facebook.
|Uber says these were the top 10 destinations in N.J. in 2017NJ.com / 3 d. 14 h. 56 min. ago more|
From the Jersey Shore to Bergen County, these are where people took Uber to the most in 2017.
|Boys basketball preview: Teams to watch and title contendersNJ.com / 3 d. 17 h. 42 min. ago more|
Which teams have what it takes to win a state title this season?
|Nothing says Christmas at the Jersey Shore quite like this tree (PHOTOS)NJ.com / 3 d. 19 h. 33 min. ago more|
The Christmas tree, with make-your-own clam shell ornaments, is an unexpected sight on the beach. As you walk along the beach in the wintertime, you expect a few things: a chill in the air from the ocean breeze, a quiet atmosphere, and very little company. But in the Jersey Shore community of Normandy Beach, you'll also find the unexpected: a Christmas tree, with decorate-your-own clam shell ornaments. Found at the beach entrance at 2nd Avenue, the tree has been set up each holiday season since 2012, after Superstorm Sandy. Longtime Normandy residents Sue Hofstetter, Kathleen Murray-Nolan, Jack Buzzi, and Rick and Janet Lill set up the tree as a way of saying "We are still here!" according to Murray-Nolan's daughter, Michaela Murray-Nolan. "We all rode out the storm in our homes and survived the days after together, and as the tree tradition grows each year, it reminds us of how far we have come," added Michaela. And it was also a way to "bring hope and bring the community together after the devastating storm," said Dana Perry, the daughter of Sue Hofstetter. Large, colorful lights are strung around the tree, which is topped with two large starfish. Next to the tree, an old Utz pretzel container -- containing permanent markers in 12 different colors and plastic zip ties -- hangs from a wooden post driven into the sand. At the base of the post is a bucket filled with clam shells. At the top of the post, instructions: Get a shell Pens and zip tie are in the jar Do some holiday art! Zip (tie) shell to tree Approximately 50 decorated shells have already been placed on the tree, some with messages of "Merry Christmas" and "Happy New Year." Many simply bear the names of those who have taken a few minutes to help spread holiday cheer. At least two Philly sports fans stopped by, with a "Trust the Process" shell decorated for the Sixers and "Go Birds!" written in green on another. The crew from Acme Piling Company -- working on a nearby home -- decorated a shell with their names, construction equipment and the message "Peace on Earth." And while many people enjoy this local tradition, the Christmas tree is appreciated by some for another reason: at night, the lights on the tree become a sort of beacon for local fisherman and others on the beach. "It's definitely helpful at night to know where you parked," Spiro Papakonstantinou said with a smile, on his way to the ocean to catch some fish. Lori M. Nichols may be reached at email@example.com. Follow her on Twitter @photoglori. Find NJ.com on Facebook.
|2017 football: All-State teams and complete postseason honorsNJ.com / 3 d. 19 h. 41 min. ago more|
Get links to all the NJ.com all-star teams, final rankings and more in one easy to find location POST-SEASON AWARDS• Team of the Year• Coach of the Year• Defensive Player of the Year• Overall Player of the Year/Offensive Player of the Year ALL-STATE • First Team: Offense | Defense• Second Team: Offense | Defense• Third Team: Offense | DefenseALL GROUP• Group 1: Offense | Defense• Group 2: Offense | Defense• Group 3: Offense | Defense• Group 4: Offense | Defense• Group 5: Offense | Defense• Non-Public: Offense | Defense FINAL TEAM RANKINGS• NJ.com Top 50• Group rankings: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | NP• Conference rankings: GMC | Mid-State 38 | NJSFC | NJIC | Shore | WJFLCONFERENCE REVIEWS• GMC • Mid-State 38 • NJSFC• NJIC • Shore • WJFLALL-AREA TEAMS• Shore Conference: All-Shore | All-Division• Times of Trenton: All-County | All-Area | Prep• West Jersey Football League: All-Division• South Jersey Times: All-Area• Bergen County: All-County STAT LEADERS • Season stat leaders • Season heroes: Single-game leaders Joe Zedalis may be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow him on Twitter @josephzedalis. Like NJ.com HS sports on Facebook.
|Good news for high-flying N.J. military bases | EditorialNJ.com / 3 d. 20 h. 18 min. ago more|
On this one, U.S. Rep. Tom MacArthur, R-3rd Dist., had his constituents' backs. The joint base in Burlington County gets a life preserver for now. If U.S. Rep. Tom MacArthur, R-3rd Dist., gets exhausted while dancing around questions about why he voted for a federal tax-cut bill that is widely considered bad for his district and New Jersey, he can stop long enough to cite a win that keeps military jobs in his region. Did MacArthur's seemingly boundless efforts to ingratiate himself with President Donald Trump figure into an appropriation bill that protects Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst from budget cutters? Maybe. In May, Trump wanted the bill to include a new round of base closings, even as he claimed credit for ramped-up defense spending. Under the final bill that Trump signed Tuesday, any whiff of what Congress calls "base realignment" was gone. South Jerseyans know all too well the Base Realignment and Closure Act (BRAC) process: The Department of Defense lists facilities it wishes to close. Congress then accepts or rejects the entire list, in a wise effort to neutralize the clout of powerful lawmakers to preserve redundant bases in their home states or districts. If you live by the BRAC sword, you can die by it, too. That's how we lost the Philadelphia Naval Shipyard in 1991 and, in 2005, Fort Monmouth in central New Jersey. There hasn't been another round of BRAC closings since the 2005 action. While there is no specific reason to think the joint base in Burlington County would have been targeted in a new BRAC round, the Pentagon thinks it can save $2 billion annually once it is again allowed to consolidate and close bases. In a 2016 report, military brass estimated that the armed forces maintain 22 percent more infrastructure capacity than they can use. So, whether or not Trump was throwing a bone to his agenda lapdog in Burlington and Ocean counties, MacArthur can take some credit for keeping the wolves from the Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst door. Nonetheless, MacArthur's fierce loyalty to Trump should make his constituents wonder if he'd have stood up for thousands of local defense jobs if the president had remained staunchly committed to BRAC closings. If MacArthur thumbs his nose at his constituents by voting to increase their federal tax liability, would he do anything for his president? (Wait! That sounds a little too much like the suggestive dig that Trump tweeted at U.S. Sen. Kirstin Gillibrand, D-N.Y., earlier this week.) Partisan actions aside, the best way to keep our joint base open past the end of the next fiscal year is to ensure that its mission remains relevant. Salute all of our New Jersey lawmakers, including MacArthur, for working toward that end. The appropriations bill includes funds for the critical housing of KC-46 refueling aircraft at the joint base, replacing outdated planes now stationed there. The state's congressional delegation was successful in getting the base named as a home for the new planes earlier this year. The designation comes with $146.5 million to construct new hangars, bringing some temporary employment with it. The military funding bill also has good news for South Jersey's other major defense-related installation. The Federal Aviation Administration Technical Center in Egg Harbor Township gets money for continuing drone research and a radar upgrade for the National Guard's 177th Fighter Wing's F-16 aircraft. Good job, everyone. With $2 billion in potential savings, the Pentagon won't stop trying to push a base-closing recommendation through Congress. It helps to be part of the 78 percent of the military infrastructure that can easily justify its continued existence. Send a letter to the editor of South Jersey Times at email@example.com Bookmark NJ.com/Opinion. Follow on Twitter @NJ_Opinion and find NJ.com Opinion on Facebook.
|Vintage N.J. photos of supermarketsNJ.com / 3 d. 21 h. 34 min. ago more|
A trip to the supermarket - part of growing up in New Jersey. I suppose I could write about the history of The Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Co., Acme (pronounced Ack-a-Mee for many of us) or smaller supermarket chains such as United Service Grocers or National Self-Service Stores. But I'd rather write about the sensory experience of going to the supermarket as a child. MORE: Vintage photos around New Jersey If your mother brought you along for the trip to the supermarket as a child, you might remember the multitude of aromas in the store; the sounds of the mechanical cash register and the squeaky cart with the bad wheel mom always managed to choose. The sight of aisle after aisle of things you'd give anything for her to put in the cart ... and the things you tried to toss out of the cart when she wasn't looking. He spent the next three years in his room. If you were fortunate, you made it through childhood without causing a dreaded call for a "cleanup in aisle four." Maybe I'm over-embellishing, but I propose that riding in the folding seat of the shopping cart at the supermarket was as good as any amusement park ride. Is it the same today? I can't say for sure, but those people I know with young children don't make a weekly trip to the supermarket; they make multiple stops and pick up a few things each time. It isn't the same weekly pilgrimage. Here's a gallery of supermarkets from back in the day around New Jersey. And if the store you remember isn't in this gallery, there's a very good chance it's in one of the previous galleries linked to below. Vintage photos of supermarkets in N.J. A look at vintage food stores in New Jersey Vintage photos of supermarkets and food stores in N.J. Vintage photos of N.J. supermarkets Greg Hatala may be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow him on Twitter @GregHatala. Find Greg Hatala on Facebook.
|Atlantic City Casino Revenue up 4.6 Percent in November - U.S. News & World ReportGoogle News / 4 d. 13 h. 41 min. ago more|
U.S. News & World ReportAtlantic City Casino Revenue up 4.6 Percent in NovemberU.S. News & World ReportIn this June 24, 2016 photo, gamblers play a game of roulette at the Golden Nugget casino in Atlantic City N.J. Figures released on Wednesday Dec. 13, 2017 shows that Atlantic City's seven casinos saw their revenue increase by 4.6 percent in November ...Atlantic City casino to train minority youths as workersSeattle Timesall 20 news articles »
|Would-be Revel buyers filed for New Jersey casino license - Press of Atlantic CityGoogle News / 4 d. 20 h. 46 min. ago more|
Press of Atlantic CityWould-be Revel buyers filed for New Jersey casino licensePress of Atlantic CityThis April 24, 2015 photo, shows the exterior of the former Revel casino in Atlantic City N.J. On Tuesday Dec. 12, 2017, the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement said that AC Ocean Walk LLC applied for a New Jersey casino license in October. It is ...
|NJ Firefighters Claim Investigator Hired to Track Them - Firehouse.com (press release) (blog)Google News / 5 d. 6 h. 4 min. ago more|
Firehouse.com (press release) (blog)NJ Firefighters Claim Investigator Hired to Track ThemFirehouse.com (press release) (blog)Dec. 12-- ATLANTIC CITY, NJ-- The union representing Atlantic City firefighters says a Gov. Christie-appointed state overseer has hired a private investigator to track firefighters who are out on leave at their homes. The allegation was contained in a ...and more »
|August 2018 opening still on target'Atlantic City News / 5 d. 21 h. 14 min. ago more|
Imperial Pacific Resort Pacific International , LLC chair Mark Brown is confident that they will meet the August 2018 deadline to complete the Imperial Pacific Resort in Garapan. "We are still targeting to open the entire facility in August 2018.
|Panel Oks bill to keep casinos open during state shutdownsAtlantic City News / 6 d. 1 h. 24 min. ago more|
A measure that would allow Atlantic City casinos to remain open throughout a state government shutdown has cleared another hurdle in the New Jersey legislature. The measure - which also covers New Jersey's racetracks - was approved Monday by a state senate committee.
|3 Punch Combo: Truax's Improbable Upset, a Winky Wright Flashback and MoreAtlantic City News / 6 d. 5 h. 39 min. ago more|
Caleb Truax stunned the boxing world this past Saturday scoring a majority decision win against the heavily favored James DeGale to win a 168-pound belt. Truax is a great story of perseverance and seizing the moment in this sport.
|Report: Firm buying Revel casino for $200M; Straub denies itAtlantic City News / 6 d. 9 h. 53 min. ago more|
A Wall Street ratings firm says a Colorado company is buying the former Revel casino in Atlantic City, New Jersey, for $200 million, but the mercurial owner of the shuttered casino insists there's no deal. Moody's Investors Service issued a report Monday saying the $2.4 billion casino will reopen in May under the ownership of AC Ocean Walk LLC, a group controlled by developer Bruce Deifik.
|Shuttered Revel casino in Atlantic City sold, could reopen next year - NJ.comGoogle News / 6 d. 13 h. 42 min. ago more|
NJ.comShuttered Revel casino in Atlantic City sold, could reopen next yearNJ.comA Colorado-based group expects to pay $200 million for the former Revel and re-open the hotel-casino in May, Moody's Investors Service said. AC Ocean Walk plans to acquire the Atlantic City property and invest another $175 million in it, according to a ...Report: Firm buying Revel casino for $200MCherry Hill Courier PostAtlantic City's Revel expected to reopen in May under new ownershipPress of Atlantic Cityall 35 news articles »
|Man convicted of killing father of 2 at Atlantic City outlet mallAtlantic City News / 6 d. 14 h. 11 min. ago more|
A 56-year-old New Jersey man has been convicted of fatally shooting a 26-year-old father of two at an outlet mall in Atlantic City last year. Luis Maisonet, 56, of Somers Point, was found guilty of murder, aggravated assault and three weapons offenses, the Atlantic County Prosecutor's Office said in a statement.
|Man convicted of killing father of 2 at Atlantic City outlet mall - NJ.comGoogle News / 6 d. 16 h. 20 min. ago more|
NJ.comMan convicted of killing father of 2 at Atlantic City outlet mallNJ.com1, 2016 at Zumiez, a store in "The Walk." Authorities have described the shooting as a domestic incident. Romero lived in Absecon. Maisonet fled after gunning down and later shot himself before he was taken into custody. Atlantic County Prosecutor ...and more »
|Family waiting to see if they can repair home after fireAtlantic City News / 7 d. 17 h. 14 min. ago more|
For Jose L. Morales and Amanda Naylor, the heartbreak of losing their family's possessions during a house fire Oct. 24 has been followed by more than a month of frustration. The family of six is staying in one room at the Homestead Lodge on the Black Horse Pike while they talk to public adjusters, their insurance company and their mortgage company to see what will happen to their fire-damaged home on Linden Avenue.
|Phil Murphy's marijuana legalization: Do A.C. first | MulshineAtlantic City News / 7 d. 19 h. 30 min. ago more|
New Jersey did quite well last week in oral arguments before the U.S. Supreme Court in its challenge to a 1992 federal law that bans sports betting. This was in keeping with our state's long and proud tradition when it comes to fighting federal laws that impinge on the rights of the citizenry.
|Weehawken school district certified as future-ready All three schools achieve recognitionAtlantic City News / 8 d. 2 h. 11 min. ago more|
In recognition of their technological prowess, Weehawken educators were honored at the Future-Ready Schools - NJ Awards Ceremony on Oct. 23 at the New Jersey School Boards Association Annual Workshop Conference in Atlantic City. The district was certified as "Future-Ready" by Future-Ready Schools - New Jersey.
|Keep the Season Bright with the Atlantic City Electric Gift of EnergyAtlantic City News / 9 d. 14 h. 36 min. ago more|
Looking for a unique gift this holiday season? With Atlantic City Electric's Gift of Energy, you can make the holiday brighter for someone special by giving a gift of any amount towards an Atlantic City Electric customer's electric bill. The Gift of Energy amount will appear on the recipient's future bill as a credit.
|Cat survives being 'thrown away' down 10-story New Jersey apartment trash chuteAtlantic City News / 9 d. 14 h. 36 min. ago more|
Surveillance footage from the Baltic Plaza Apartments in Atlantic City shows a man and woman throwing away multiple garbage bags down a 10-story trash chute, one of which contained a living cat. Closer image of surveillance video from the Baltic Plaza Apartments, showing a cat's hind legs sticking out from a trash bag, moments before a woman throws the bag down a 10-story chute, leading to a trash compactor.
|Hard Rock plans gas station for Atlantic City property - Press of Atlantic CityGoogle News / 9 d. 17 h. 58 min. ago more|
Press of Atlantic CityHard Rock plans gas station for Atlantic City propertyPress of Atlantic City... to open next summer. Hard Rock investors Jack Morris and Joe Jingoli are spending about $500 million to renovate it. The company expects the project to generate more than 1,000 construction jobs and 3,000 permanent jobs. ”The gas station is just ...
|Internet betting firms settle suits over NYX acquisitionAtlantic City News / 10 d. 12 h. 18 min. ago more|
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|Peter Tunney Recycles Trash From Trump's Bankrupt Casino into ArtAtlantic City News / 10 d. 16 h. 26 min. ago more|
Thirty years ago, before he made his foray into politics, Donald Trump had this crazy idea to create the most opulent, over-the-top casino the world had ever seen. He set his sights on Atlantic City, New Jersey, and outbid rivals to purchase a monstrosity called the Taj Mahal, and threw his own name in front for good measure.
|Man indicted on charges he sexually assaulted 2 childrenAtlantic City News / 10 d. 20 h. 39 min. ago more|
A 41-year-old man accused of sexually assaulting two children has been indicted on nine charges, the Atlantic County Prosecutor's Office announced. Santos Blanco, of Atlantic City, faces four counts of aggravated sexual assault and five counts of endangering the welfare of a child, authorities said Wednesday.
|State denies application for all-boys charter school in Atlantic City - Press of Atlantic CityGoogle News / 20 d. 19 h. 31 min. ago more|
Press of Atlantic CityState denies application for all-boys charter school in Atlantic CityPress of Atlantic CityRicardo Belgrave, outside his Atlantic City home, is seeking state approval to open the first all-boys charter school in the state. The Frederick Douglass Charter School for Boys is preparing for the final phase of its application process. Edward Lea ...