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Department of Community Affairs Appoints Former U.S. Senator to Oversee Atlantic City

Changes are on the horizon for the shore resort, as the state-appointed overseer arrived in the city for a meeting...

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State Rejects Atlantic City's Recovery Plan

The State of New Jersey rejected Atlantic City’s plans for financial recovery and will be take over the city’s

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Business in Hamilton Township is growing – and so is optimism

Fred Kneble owns and operates Kneble’s Auto Service Center at 5473 Somers Point Road in Mays Landing

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ACIA Bond Sales Help Finance Stockton Atlantic City Campus

The Atlantic County Improvement Authority (ACIA) completed the sale of $128 million in revenue bonds on September 29

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Growing Atlantic County Small Businesses for Success

Looking to start or grow a small business but not sure you have the money to do so without raiding...

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Atlantic County Master Plan Public Information Session - July 14

The Atlantic County Division of Planning will host a public information session on Thursday, July 14 for municipal

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Coalition Against North Jersey Casino’s Comes Together

TRENTON – The formation of the No North Jersey Casinos Coalition was announced today, and provided insight and data

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Reopening Showboat as hotel 'good news' for AC, gaming experts say

Philadelphia developer Bart Blatstein will be reopening the former Showboat casino in Atlantic City as an non-casino hotel

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Governor signs Atlantic City recovery bills

TRENTON – Governor Chris Christie Friday, May 27 signed two Atlantic City reform bills a day after the Legislature

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Atlantic City Casino Profits Rise 31 Percent

Atlantic City’s casinos saw their collective operating profit rise by 31 percent in the first three months of the year

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AC Pays for Bonds, Employee Salary, and School District; Next Step, State Assembly Vote

ATLANTIC CITY – Mayor Don Guardian of Atlantic City announces today that the state has paid their owed $1.8 million...

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Employment Rate Expected to Increase in Atlantic City

ATLANTIC CITY – A survey reveals that Atlantic City gambling halls plan to hire more workers

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Atlantic City’s sports industry prime for breakout success

With Atlantic City under more pressure than ever to increase revenue, especially non-gambling, its growing sports tourism

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CRDA Board Approves Fund Reservation for the Stockton Aviation Research and Technology Park Project

ATLANTIC CITY – The Board of the New Jersey Casino Reinvestment Development Authority (CRDA) at its special

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Transport Trust Fund Runs Dry?

TRENTON – A new state report shows New Jersey’s fund for road work is out of capacity to borrow cash

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