Friday Jun 27
Caesars Entertainment says it will close Atlantic City's Showboat Casino Hotel on Aug. 31
The parent company says the casino will shut down on Aug. 31 . Caesars Entertainment issued a news release this morning saying the company will shutter the poorest-performing of its four Atlantic City casinos.
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Friday Jun 27
The Jackson Sun
Miss Delaware, 24, loses crown for being too old
A new Miss Delaware was crowned Thursday after the one selected earlier this month got the boot - for being too old.
Tue Jun 24, 2014
NBC New York
Great White Shark Off NJ
A great white shark swims up on a 35 foot vessel off the coast of Cape May, N.J. on June 21, 2014.
Mon Jun 23, 2014
A new plan for struggling Atlantic City [AUDIO]
As Atlantic City deals with a constantly shrinking gambling market share, they search for other avenues to draw visitors to the city.
Sun Jun 22, 2014
Mayor wants to make Atlantic City a port for cruise ships
The Press of Atlantic City reports that Mayor Don Guardian wants to transform Atlantic City into a port of call for smaller cruise lines.
Thu Jun 19, 2014
Christie Administration Announces Post-Sandy Planning Grant to Brigantine City
New Jersey Department of Community Affairs Commissioner Richard E. Constable, III today announced the award of $340,000 in Post-Sandy Planning Assistance Grants to Brigantine, Atlantic County, to put into effect comprehensive long-range plans designed to enable the City to become resilient in the event of future significant weather events.
Wed Jun 18, 2014
Lower Township Gazette
Kennedy advocates for mental health screenings at opening of Galloway's Hope All Day Recovery Center
Former U.S. Congressman Patrick Kennedy issued a rally call for action and advocacy on behalf of those struggling with addiction during his keynote speech at the grand opening of The Hope All Day Recovery Center on Odessa Avenue Monday, June 16. "We are citizens in addition to being members of a 12-step program," the recovering alcoholic said to ... (more)
Tue Jun 17, 2014
Galloway's Kira Dougherty Among Winners at Saturday's Paddle for a Cause
Galloway's Kira Dougherty earned $1,000 when she took first place in the women's Stand Up Paddle division in the 7th annual Dean Randazzo Cancer Foundation Paddle For a Cause on Saturday.
Asbury Park Press
Whale tales: Humpbacks, more off Jersey ShoreWhale tales: Humpbacks,...
Whale tales: Humpbacks, more off Jersey Shore This is the annual spring migration, and you can see whales breach right off the coast.
Electric Energy Online
Atlantic City Electric Completes Brigantine Cable Replacement Project
Atlantic City Electric has completed construction of a cable replacement project in Brigantine, N.J. A new 23kV power cable was installed to replace a 23 kV submarine cable to provide a new power source to further improve reliability for residents of Brigantine Island.
Mon Jun 16, 2014
The Jersey Journal
$1B in Sandy aid to fund national resiliency competition
President Barack Obama recently announced that nearly $1 billion in Hurricane Sandy relief aid will fund a national resiliency competition.
Thu Jun 12, 2014
Beached N.J. whale tests positive for virus that afflicted dolphins
A minke whale that washed up on an Atlantic City beach this May has tested positive for cetacean morbillivirus, a virus that is likely responsible for over 1,200 dolphin strandings.