The shuttered Revel Casino Hotel in Atlantic City is getting another roll of the dice in bankruptcy court.
A Los Angeles developer involved in numerous downtown projects there has made an 11th-hour bid to buy Atlantic City's former Revel Casino Hotel. Izek Shomov has submitted a letter of interest to Revel AC offering to buy the casino for $80 million. Show More Summary
On March 2, 1985 at Sands Casino Hotel, Atlantic City, New Jersey, IBF light welterweight champion Aaron Pryor, aka The Hawk, from Cincinnati, Ohio, defended his title against Gary Hinton, from Darby, Pennsylvania. Pryor was undefeated at 35-0. Hinton was…
Grist: In just two years, 2009 and 2010, sea levels along the Atlantic coast north of New York City jumped up by more than 5 inches, according to a paper published this week in the journal Nature Communications. That might not seem like...Show More Summary
Students at Holy Spirit High School dressed up as a monkey and a banana taunted black basketball players during a game between Atlantic City and Holy Spirit High School last week, NBC News reports. The Holy Spirit High School basketball...Show More Summary
On February 27, 2010 at Bally’s in Atlantic City, New Jersey, former WBO light welterweight champion Kendall “Rated R” Holt, from Paterson, New Jersey, fought Kaizer Mabuza, from Temba, North-West, South Africa, in an IBF light welterweight…
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Summary: You don’t hear much about Atlantic City, N.J., anymore, except that while it’s still got its boardwalk and, of more recent vintage, casinos, it’s seen better days. Pinky Kravitz on pressofAtlanticCity.com looks...Show More Summary
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Some unlucky gamblers who mistakenly thought they were very lucky when they figured out cards weren’t shuffled won $1.5 million at a casino in Atlantic City, New Jersey. A judge broke the news to the gamblers when she ordered them to return the winnings to the casino. Show More Summary
Ok, NOW we’re cooking with gas!
Oil prices hit their highest level so far this year. Also, 14 gamblers who won a combined $1.5 million at the Golden Nugget in Atlantic City, New Jersey, have been ordered to give it all back. Karina Mitchell reports on the day's top MoneyWatch headlines.
By now you’ve already heard plenty about the Ray Rice domestic violence saga. You know, the one where they uncovered footage of him knocking out his then-fiancee (now wife) in a casino elevator in Atlantic City, forcing the NFL to suspend him, the Ravens to cut him, and no other team to bother taking a chance […]
I’ll give poor ol’ Atlantic City credit: The casinos there are willing to try anything to prop up their sagging fortunes. The Associated Press is reporting that the Borgata casino has received permission from state gambling regulators to stage a free throw-shooting contest next month. It’s believed to be the first contest of its kind […]
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) — Gamblers who won $1.5 million at a casino after realizing the cards hadn't been shuffled have been ordered to return the money. State Superior Court Judge Donna Taylor has sided with the Golden Nugget casino...Show More Summary
Back in 2012, some gamblers in Atlantic City realized there was a pattern to the way the cards were coming out while playing mini-baccarat and won 41 straight hands worth around $1.5 million in total. But this week a court ruled the winnings must be returned because the cards had not been shuffled. According to the AP, the … [More]
Nearly one year to the day since he was arrested for assaulting his then fiancée, now wife Janay in an Atlantic City casino elevator, Ray Rice has delivered an apology letter to Baltimore Ravens fans. Published in The Baltimore Sun Friday,...Show More Summary
Former Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice, who was cut by the team in September after video surfaced of him punching out his then-fiancee in an Atlantic City hotel elevator, apologized to Ravens fans in a statement published Friday by the Baltimore Sun. The Sun’s Aaron Wilson reports that Rice “plans to leave Maryland and […]
It’s been almost exactly a year since former Ravens running back Ray Rice was arrested after striking his fiancee in an Atlantic City elevator, leading to a disciplinary response from the NFL and Ravens criticized as too soft even before a video displaying exactly what happened came to light early in the 2014 season. Rice…
A plan to bring one of the world's largest online gambling companies to Atlantic City has seemingly stalled, and some critics are pointing their fingers at New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) and Sheldon Adelson, a billionaire casino mogul who is one of the GOP's most influential donors. Show More Summary