ShopRite may be coming to Atlantic City. The Casino Reinvestment Development Authority voted Tuesday to approve a developer that is expected to bring the supermarket to the corner of Baltic and Indiana avenues. About 125 new jobs would be created.
Today is the day the Casino Reinvestment Development Authority votes on a $12.6 million renovation to Boardwalk Hall to accommodate the Atlantic City Board of Education. The result is uncertain as some authority members are not sure they want to spend so much money in funds on this project.
An 83 year old woman was struck and killed by a motor vehicle in Atlantic City early Saturday morning. Police say the accident occurred at Ohio and Atlantic avenues shortly after 4am. The woman was from Bergen County and later died at a local hospital. Police say the pedestrian was crossing the street against a…
A nurse who worked at the AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center had her license revoked for repeatedly stabbing a ten year old autistic child with a needle back in 2016. State officials announced the revocation of the license held by Naomi Derrick of Sicklerville. The child was stabbed with the needle on six occasions as Derrick…
July gaming numbers are up a whopping 7.8 percent over the same month last year. New gaming figures released show the casinos in Atlantic City taking in $323.3 million in July. Gaming revenues are up an incredible 18.4 percent over last year.
A 16 year old boy has been charged with murder and other offenses, charged in connection with a shooting in Atlantic City back in June. Prosecutors say the boy is the second to be charged in connection with the killing. Another 15 year old suspect has already been charged.
An Atlantic City man has been charged with stabbing another man as he tried to break up a fight on Friday. Police say Christopher Parker was arrested on North Florida Avenue after the crime. A 53 year old man suffered severe injuries.
School uniforms are a thing of the past at Atlantic City High School. The school district announced this week on its website that a dress code will supplant the uniforms. The dress code has been place for nearly two decades.
Atlantic City Police are now strictly enforcing a curfew law in response to shootings that claimed the lives of three people. The curfew law requires that no juveniles be on the streets past 10pm without adult supervision. Officers will only make exceptions for those who are coming home from a paid job.
Atlantic City Mayor Frank Gilliam ordered firemen to fill a temporary pool at the Chelsea Beach Bar. Now, the local MUA wants to be paid. The Press of Atlantic City reports that the pool was filled two weeks ago from an unmetered hydrant. Gilliam has provided no comment to the report.