Less than an hour after Trump Plaza imploded and sank in a cloud of debris and dust, parts of Atlantic City were still buzzing about the event.
ATLANTIC CITY — Fifteen city police officers shipped out Monday morning to Washington to assist in security measures ahead of the presidential inauguration Wednesday. But before heading out, they met in the city with police department chaplain Eric McCoy for prayer.
Carl Miller, 61, said the first thing that came to mind when he saw the Capitol being broken into was President Donald Trump.
ATLANTIC CITY — Automne Bennett knows what eye strain feels like. She’s worn glasses since the second grade, and now, as an adult, she works in an office with artificial light, her eyes scanning across two computer monitors each day.
ATLANTIC CITY — Officers arrested four city residents and a Ventnor woman Thursday during a street operation along Pacific Avenue focused on drugs and quality-of-life issues, police said Friday.
ATLANTIC CITY — Congressman Jeff Van Drew, R-2nd, and Democratic challenger Amy Kennedy, of Brigantine, had few strong disagreements in a debate Thursday night at Stockton University’s Atlantic City campus, until the subject of defunding police arose.
ATLANTIC CITY — High winds kept an American flag several stories high dancing on cables attached to two firetrucks Friday, as hundreds gathered at Jackson Avenue and the beach to hear the stories of heroes of the terror attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, and other national crises.
ATLANTIC CITY — It was always in Alberto Robalino’s mind to start his own restaurant. And Atlantic City was the place the former casino chef made it happen.
ATLANTIC CITY — A long-awaited upgrade and renovation project for the Boardwalk restrooms is scheduled to begin in the fall and be wrapped up by next spring.
ATLANTIC CITY — A $20 million grant will be used to complete a series of capital improvement projects throughout the city, including bulkhead repair and replacement, flood-proofing public buildings and upgrading traffic lights.
ATLANTIC CITY — Local leaders gathered outside the U.S. Post Office on Atlantic Avenue on Thursday afternoon and urged universal support for the beleaguered Postal Service ahead of an Election Day where millions of Americans will be casting their votes by mail.
ATLANTIC CITY — Captain Stewart Rosen estimates he’s lost nearly $15,000 in time, maintenance and fuel from the blockage of the water route behind Atlantic City, and he’s not alone.
ATLANTIC CITY — The Casino Reinvestment Development Authority has spent more than $1.6 million on emergency initiatives in response to the novel coronavirus’ impact on the community.
Atlantic City Electric has restored service to nearly all of its coverage area following Tropical Storm Isaias and the storms that moved through South Jersey on Thursday and Friday.
ATLANTIC CITY — The city’s Police Department has charged 95 people after an “exhaustive investigation” of the rioting and looting that occurred May 31 in the city’s business district after a Black Lives Matter protest.
The state Senate unanimously approved a bill Thursday that would permanently allow for the public consumption of alcohol on Atlantic City’s Boardwalk and other tourist areas.
Some thought it would never happen, but Stockton University students finally will move into the Showboat in Atlantic City due to COVID-19.
ATLANTIC CITY — In January, then-congressional candidate Brigid Callahan Harrison published an opinion piece in The Press of Atlantic City calling for a statue of civil rights and women’s rights activist Fannie Lou Hamer to be erected outside Jim Whelan Boardwalk Hall.
ATLANTIC CITY — City Council adopted the 2020 municipal budget Wednesday night, delivering a slight tax reduction to property owners for the second time in five years.
Openly drinking alcoholic beverages on the Atlantic City Boardwalk this summer is a temporary experiment, made legal by a city order in an effort to give bars and restaurants an economic boost during the coronavirus pandemic.
ATLANTIC CITY — The Casino Reinvestment Development Authority provided $600,000 in funding Tuesday to two programs that focus on city youth.
ATLANTIC CITY — A city steeped in Italian culture and history may become the latest town to find alternative ways to honor that legacy than by celebrating Columbus Day.
ATLANTIC CITY — Online gaming revenue continued to grow in the final month of the casino shutdown, increasing more than 123% in June.