Though gaming and tourism in Atlantic City were just about static in June, compared to figures from a year ago, a tourism official said the spike in visitors to the Atlantic City Convention & Visitors Authority's Web, mobile and social media platforms should bring more visitors to the Boardwalk in July and August.Read More »
Attorneys for Triple Five, the developer seeking to revive the Xanadu project, have asked a judge to throw out a lawsuit by the New York Giants and New York Jets that threatens to stop the company from resuming construction of the retail and entertainment complex.
While New Jersey Devils fans anxiously await the decision of unrestricted free agent Zach Parise to either re-sign with the team or leave the franchise, a local sporting goods retailer hopes the announcement will finally lift the holding pattern of the merchandise bearing his name.
The plan to bring Formula One racing to Hudson County has brought international attention to the region, but a local engineering firm is playing a key role in designing the course that will host the world-class event next June.
The New Jersey Meadowlands Commission today endorsed a report on the environmental impact of the proposed American Dream Meadowlands project, clearing one of the remaining permitting hurdles for the retail and entertainment complex.
While the onslaught of stormwater runoff from Hurricane Irene led to a spike in beach closings in New Jersey last year, inland destinations reaped revenues lost along the shore between August and September. That helped drive a 70 percent increase in tourism revenue, to $38 billion, according to an industry expert. Read More »
With Revel set to unveil a new nightclub on the Fourth of July weekend, and legislation advancing in the state to permit it to open a beach bar, the casino resort is better positioning itself to attract the nongaming customers targeted by Atlantic City marketing and tourism groups, a gaming expert said.Read More »
Regulators have given additional time to four racetrack operators that are building the state's network of off-track wagering parlors, but the companies must now provide monthly progress reports about the long-stalled projects.
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