The Atlantic City Convention Center has administered over 100,000 Covid-19 vaccines since it opened. Governor Murphy announced Monday that over 3.5 million vaccines have been handed out to New Jersey residents.
Sports betting continues to carry gaming halls in Atlantic City. February gaming numbers have been released and they show the casinos taking in 80 percent more in sports betting revenue than they did one year ago. Traditional gaming revenue was up by less than one percent.
A man is dead after he jumped from a high floor from the Claridge Hotel in Atlantic City. Police say the man jumped to his death shortly before 4pm on Tuesday. An employee of the casino say he saw the man jump.
A 29 year old man was shot to death, and another man wounded, during a shooting incident in Atlantic City. Police say Tashawn Manual was shot four times before succumbing to his injuries. The shooting took place Monday around 4pm on South Florida Avenue.
A 34 year old police officer who works in Jersey City was arrested on charges that he travelled to Atlantic City to have sex with two underage girls. Stephen Wilson of Bayonne was charged on Friday with three separate crimes. Wilson remains lodged in the Atlantic County Jail pending his detention hearing.
An Atlantic City man has been charged in connection with the Capitol insurrection, and he claims he urinated in the office of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. NJ.com reports that documents have been unsealed in the case against James Douglass Rahm of Atlantic City. Rahm allegedly bragged on social media that he was able to get…
Good news for the casinos in Atlantic City comes the same day when Trump Plaza was demolished. New figures released by the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement show that the casinos took in about 15 percent more money in January than they did one year ago. Sports wagering continues to be strong.
A Monmouth County man who won $1.1 million on a five dollar bet at the Tropicana in Atlantic City offered a $50,000 tip to the dealer. NJ.com reports that Frank Nagy hit the big jackpot last weekend and gave up some of his winnings to the dealers who were on shift.
The Trump Plaza is no more. The implosion took place Wednesday morning in Atlantic City as scheduled, and the former casino came crashing down in a pile of dust. There’s no firm word yet on what the future will be the property.
The walls are tumbling down Wednesday morning at the former Trump Plaza Casino in Atlantic City. An implosion of the former casino hotel will take place at 9:00am. Just about every fixture is off the building, and all that’s left is concrete and plumbing. The property is owned by investor Carl Ichan.