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  • 11/01/17 – Atlantic City Bets on TransformationCityLab

    One Friday morning at the end of September, a troupe of about 18 city, county, and state officials gathered on the seventh floor of Atlantic City’s stubby modernist city hall for an all-day workshop. The job at hand: Brainstorm ideas for the city’s application for a grant sponsored b...

  • 10/27/17 – Atlantic City Replacing 5,600 Street Lights With LED Bu...AP

    Atlantic City will shine some new light on its streets. The gambling resort will replace more than 5,600 street lights with energy efficient LED bulbs that are designed to save money on electrical costs. The $750,000 cost will be paid for as part of a $2 million grant from the New Jersey Board o...

  • 10/23/17 – MBCA to honor Tropicana Casino and Resort tonightPress of Atlantic City

    The Atlantic City Metropolitan Business and Citizens Association honored Tropicana for its willingness to continue to invest in its property with its Community Spirit Award at its 27th annual awards gala. Steve Callender, Tropicana’s general manager, was scheduled to accept the community a...

  • 10/20/17 – Atlantic City bond rating upgradedPress of Atlantic City

    Standard & Poor's Global Ratings has raised its outlook on the resort after the state reached tax appeal settlements with various casino properties during the last year.

    The group upgraded the city bonding ratting from CCC to CCC+. The new rating means the city's bonds carry su...

  • 10/13/17 – Atlantic City casinos have good news to reportThe Courier-Post

    New Jersey's casinos won about 4 percent more from gamblers in September than they did a year earlier. Figures released Thursday by the state Division of Gaming Enforcement show the seven casinos and online gambling outlets in Atlantic City won $235.8 million, an increase of 4.1 percent comp...