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Here's a piece of common sense advice for anyone trying to hide evidence, don't flush anything down the toilet that will cause a clog.
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Phil Ivey allegedly cheated during a recent trip to the Borgata Hotel Casino and Spa in Atlantic City, New Jersey.
New Jersey casinos brought in 15 percent more from online gambling in March over the previous month, but it wasn't nearly enough to offset the diminishing revenue from Atlantic City's long-struggling brick-and-mortar casinos.
Blake Shelton, one of country music's biggest stars, is coming to AC and for free! You know the formula? Blake Shelton x AC x free? OH YES! The Atlantic City Alliance, Live Nation and DO AC announced that Blake Shelton will be performing a free concert on the free beach in Atlantic City, NJ on
Petty Officer 3rd Class David Froehlich, of Coast Guard Air Station Atlantic City, deploys from an MH-65 Dolphin helicopter Monday.
Three of the five municipalities where people are spending the most time logged on to some Internet gambling websites are within an hour's drive of Atlantic City, but operators say these gamblers are not the same clientele who frequent the resort's casinos.
Though best known for his criminal career in Chicago, Al "Scarface" Capone actually began his life of lawlessness in Brooklyn, and expanded the reach of his Prohibition-era crime syndicate into New Jersey and Philadelphia, smuggling and bootlegging liquor, bribing government figures and dealing in prostitution in the early 1920s.
Poker pro Phil Ivey shows his frustration during a 2003 poker tournament in Atlantic City.
Nearly $14 million of the $23 million spent on the Sandy Housing Rental Assistance Program has helped 5,137 Ocean County residents pay their bills and housing expenses.
The Star-Ledger newsroom was honored by the New Jersey Press Association Thursday night after winning 44 awards in the association's Better Newspaper Contest for 2013.
A Superior Court judge is allowing a lawsuit by an Atlantic City councilman alleging malicious prosecution by the state Attorney General's Office to move forward -- again.
The New Jersey State Police will hold a recruitment drive as part of a job fair at Essex County College in Newark on Friday, part of a larger push to hire more qualified minority applicants, officials said.
One-hundred and twenty girls in kindergarten through fifth grade attended a Lego block building workshop on April 7. Children and their parents or grandparents created model windmills from 70,000 different Lego pieces.
New Jersey is one of the greatest states to be a political observer, which is why I'm glad that I live here.