The former Atlantic Club Casino in Atlantic City is again under negotiations to be sold. The Press of Atlantic City reports that Advanced Consulting, Inc. from New York is attempting to purchase the property. If it’s sold, the Atlantic Club would be converted into a non-gambling hotel resort.
Resorts Casino in Atlantic City will be getting a full sports betting facility, courtesy of Draft Kings. The new facility is expected to open before the end of the month. The room will be 5,000 square feet and be located where patrons walk in to the casino from the boardwalk.
A 40 year old Egg Harbor Township man has pleaded guilty to charges of accepting child pornography. Matthew Wolny admitted receiving the images before a federal judge. Wolney used file sharing software in order to download the images and videos.
A fifth person has been arrested and charged with the killing of youth football coach Joseph Jones in Millville. Authorities announced that 27 year old Clifton D. Bailey of Camden has been charged with homicide and conspiracy to commit homicide in connection with the case. Bailey was arrested Monday and had drugs in his possession.
This week’s second coastal storm arrives on Thursday, but no snow is expected from the system here at the shore. Heavy rain is expected Thursday into Thursday night, with northeasterly winds gusting past 30mph. The weather will dry out for a sunny but chilly weekend. Keep tracking the Accu Weather forecast on this station.
A prisoner at the South Woods State Prison tried to send some of his semen, along with a sock shaped like a sex toy, out of the prison via the United States Postal Service. NJ.com reports that 39 year old Derick LeCompte broke multiple prison rules with the package that he tried to send out.…
A man who got nailed for drunk driving told police he drank and drive because, well, the New York Jets suck. 57 year old Christopher Greyshock told police in West Milford that he failed a sobriety test and had an open bottle of whiskey in his car because the Jets were blown out by the…
The Cape May County Chamber of Commerce has been selected to participate in a national program that focuses on innovative community health initiatives. Professionals selected with participate in a design-thinking lab that will help implement community action plans. The program is made possible with support from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
New Jersey is suing a subsidiary of Johnson & Johnson for deceiving the public regarding dangers of addictive opioids. A five count lawsuit has been filed against Janssen Pharmaceuticals over the company’s products that have a high risk of abuse. The State says the company helped fuel a public health crisis unlike any this state…
The headaches for New Jersey Transit have gone from bad, to worse. New Jersey Transit had to suspend all train service on Tuesday after a tugboat struck a bridge that’s more than 100 years old stretching from Newark to New York. Service was resumed later in the afternoon with long delays.