It was a huge win for a man identified as Harold M. of Lakewood at the Borgata on Sunday. He bet five dollars on a six card bonus and hit with a royal straight flush of diamonds. That’s the first time anyone in Borgata history was able to achieve that hand.
Three people have been charged in connection with the violent carjacking of a Lyft driver in Atlantic City earlier this week. Police say they are still searching for two individuals connected to the case. The driver was beaten, pepper sprayed, and removed from his vehicle Monday evening. One juvenile is connected to the crime.
AtlantiCare may be opening a new $38 million health park adjacent to its hospital in Atlantic City. The Press of Atlantic City reports that a maternal and child health clinic may be part of the new property that will be on land owned by the Casino Reinvestment Development Authority.
An offshore wind energy product to be located near coast of Atlantic City is out of gas, and dead. The New Jersey Board of Public Utilities has again scrubbed the proposed Fisherman’s Energy wind proposal because it costs too much money, provides little benefit, and is dangerous to sea birds. There were local lobbying efforts…
The Miss America Organization is looking elsewhere to hold its pageant, and may leave Atlantic City again. The Casino Reinvestment Development Authority has seen its contract with the pageant organization expire, along with millions of dollars in funding. It’s possible the pageant could remain, but other locations are being explored.
32 year prison terms have been handed to two men involved in the shooting of former Atlantic City Police officer Josh Vadell. Martell Chisholm and Demetris Cross were both handed the sentences for their roles in the shooting two years ago. Both men appeared before Superior Court Judge John Rauh in Atlantic County.
Atlantic City’s casinos earned 20 percent more revenue last month than they did during the same month one year ago. New gaming figures were released showing the casinos taking in nearly a quarter of a billion dollars last month. Two new casinos, along with sports and online betting, have boosted the cumulative number.
Atlantic City Mayor Frank Gilliam Jr. was a no show for Wednesday night’s Council meeting. Under the city’s form of government, Gilliam is not required to appear at the meetings and does not vote on items. Gilliam pleaded not guilty in court this week on charges relating to a fight near a casino; this month,…
A 31 year old Atlantic City man has been convicted in a murder case from six years ago. Joshua Cross was convicted this week in the 2012 slaying of Sedrick Lindo at the Carver Hall apartment complex.
Atlantic City Mayor Frank Gilliam Jr. and Councilman Jeffree Fauntleroy II both pleaded not guilty in North Wildwood Municipal Court to charges relating to a fight near an Atlantic City casino last month. The case was moved to Cape May County to avoid a conflict of interest. Gilliam’s plea was entered via a letter.