Atlantic City, NJ Casino Dealers Reject Designated Smoking Area Proposal
Atlantic City, NJ casino workers opposed to indoor smoking rejected a proposal being floated by state legislators to create designated outdoor smoking areas.
Black Family Sues Sesame Place for $25 million, Alleging Discrimination
A Baltimore family is suing a Sesame Street-themed amusement park in Langhorne, PA for $25 million in federal court over claims of racial discrimination.
NJ kicks off Atlantic City’s 1st supermarket in 15 years
It took nearly $19 million of public money and a government agency willing to step in where the private sector declined to tread, but Atlantic City will soon have its first supermarket in 15 years.
Colin Powell has died of COVID-19 complications, family says
Colin Powell was the first African American to serve as chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and secretary of state.
Time for COVID booster shots: Here’s what we know about them
A look at what we know about boosters and how they could help fight the coronavirus pandemic.
NJ Cancels Bear Hunt This Year, A Murphy Campaign Promise
There will be no black bear hunt in New Jersey this fall for the first time in more than a decade.
Boat explosion at Atlantic City, NJ marina leaves 1 person hurt
Police were working to determine what caused the blast at the Frank S. Farley Marina on Friday, outside the Golden Nugget in Atlantic City.
NJ Closes Some Hazardous ‘Blue Hole’ Swimming Spots For Summer
The state DEP closed small areas in five counties — from Ocean to Morris — for the season after a spike in visitors created an "unsafe environment."
The list of 13 new NJ gun laws and rules proposed by Gov. Murphy
Murphy proposed the election-year agenda in Newark, the state’s largest city, during a more than an hourlong, rally-like event in a crowded community center.
After killing of merchant, Atlantic City considers more cops on Boardwalk
Atlantic City officials plan to increase police patrols on the Boardwalk.
Fully vaccinated can travel again, says new CDC guidance
People should still wear a mask, socially distance and avoid crowds, according to the CDC.
‘Human error’ ruins 15 million Johnson & Johnson vaccines, report says
The drugmaker confirmed that one facility making an ingredient had failed a quality check, while the New York Times reports that a worker mistake cost several million doses.