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Miss America is headed back home. After a six year stint in Las Vegas, the Miss America Organization announced that it will move its namesake pageant back to Atlantic City, N.J., this September. The pageant also signed a three-year renewal of its...
One New Jersey casino, catering to gamblers of the couch-potato variety, will start letting guests place bets right from their hotel room televisions. Starting Feb. 18, the Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa in Atlantic City said it will be the first gambling...
Sure, not everyone wants to celebrate Valentine's Day. It's not so hard to sit it out. But imagine if you and your sweetheart worked together in the Valentine's Day industry, catering to romance but, come dinnertime on Feb. 14, never able to...
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New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, who vetoed Internet gambling in 2011, said he would be willing to allow a 10-year trial period of online betting to see if it helps Atlantic City casinos stem six years of declining revenue. The governor, a first-term...
PAWTUCKET, R.I. (AP) — Scottie dog has a new nemesis after Monopoly fans voted to add a cat to the game and eliminate the iron token. Toy maker Hasbro Inc. announced the changes Wednesday, hours after voting on Facebook closed, marking the first...
Tags: Voting, Monopoly (game), Hasbro Inc., Elections, Politics
Tribune reporterThe pain and sadness caused by Chicago's chronic gun violence have led the founder of a national anti-violence movement to establish a group chapter in the city. "There's such a need," said Dorothy Johnson-Speight, founder of Mothers in Charge, which...
State and local officials have returned to the Eastern Shore communities ravaged by superstorm Sandy's heavy rains and high winds to comb over the damage in hopes of appealing federal officials' decision to deny aid to Maryland. The Federal Emergency...
The Obama administration has denied Maryland's request for federal aid for hundreds of Eastern Shore residents affected by superstorm Sandy, prompting an outcry from state officials, who vowed to appeal the decision. Though the federal government issued...
Staff WriterCROSS VILLAGE -- The debate on whether to revise Emmet County's sound cap for wind turbines is expected to resume on Thursday night. The Emmet County Planning Commission has been pondering whether ordinance language limiting wind energy systems' noise in...
After being thwarted the past two years by skittish lawmakers, Gov. Martin O'Malley is preparing once again to introduce a bill aimed at planting mammoth wind turbines off Ocean City — and the measure may finally pass, thanks to a shake-up in a...
The Washington PostAfter losing two months ago for the first time in his career, Seth Mitchell is set for a rematch against Johnathon Banks on Feb. 16 in Atlantic City, N.J., a fight that's a virtual must-win for the boxer from Brandywine in Prince George's County if he...
N. Joseph Woodland, a co-inventor of the system of thick and thin lines that became the ubiquitous bar code labeling nearly every product regulated by commerce, has died. He was 91. Woodland died Sunday at his home in Edgewater, N.J., from the effects...
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