When and how thoroughly Atlantic City bounces back is likely to depend on how quickly and effectively the coronavirus pandemic is brought under control. The usual challenges facing the seaside gambling resort aren't going anywhere in 2021.
New Jersey officials have started coronavirus vaccinations at three veterans' care homes.
One of President Donald Trump’s former Atlantic City casinos will be blown up next month, and for the right amount of money, you could be the one to press the button that brings it down.
Gambling executives, analysts and lawmakers attending a sports betting conference say the lure of new tax revenue from expanding sports betting could prove irresistible to states facing large deficits due to the pandemic.
America's casinos are recovering from months of closures necessitated by the coronavirus outbreak, having regained 81% of the gambling revenue they saw in the third quarter of last year.
The mayor says the city should get first dibs on tax money that recreational marijuana would generate because it currently gets nothing from state-imposed parking, luxury, hotel and sports betting taxes.
If you or a loved one is feeling distressed, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255.
A New Jersey man became an instant millionaire at an Atlantic City casino.
New Jersey’s fast-growing sports betting market blew past its own national record in September, taking in more than $748 million in bets.
The words “Black Lives Matter” will be written large in a public place in Atlantic City on Friday — just not where some demonstrators originally hoped.
Smoking inside Atlantic City's casinos won't be allowed after all as restaurants reopened on Friday, New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy said.
A Philadelphia man who fatally beat his younger brother in an Atlantic City casino hotel room last year has pleaded guilty to aggravated manslaughter.
Members of Local 54 of the Unite-Here union said four casinos owned by Caesars Entertainment are not physically screening casino guests for a fever.
Three men were stabbed on the floor of a casino in Atlantic City, New Jersey, with one sustaining serious injuries, state police said.
The Borgata casino will be the last of Atlantic City's nine gambling resorts to resume operating amid the coronavirus outbreak.
A New York City man drowned while helping two friends who were struggling in rough waters off the southern New Jersey coast, authorities said.
For the first time in 108 days, slot machines will beep, dice will tumble and cards will be dealt at Atlantic City's casinos Thursday as they reopen amid a coronavirus pandemic that has drastically changed things both inside and outside the casino walls.
Gamblers coming back to Atlantic City casinos this week will find a different world: no smoking, drinking or eating inside.
Atlantic City's casinos will be able to reopen July 2 at 25% capacity and indoor dining can resume on that date, with restaurants also operating at 25% capacity.
New Jersey towns could close off streets and allow bars, restaurants and other businesses to allow eating, drinking and retail sales on roadways and sidewalks during the coronavirus outbreak under a bill before lawmakers.