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Atlantic City is famous for its boardwalk, casino gambling, sandy beaches, shopping centers, view of the Atlantic Ocean, and as the inspiration for the board game Monopoly. The first boardwalk was built in 1870, along a portion of the beach to help hotel owners keep sand out of their lobbies. The idea caught on, and the boardwalk was expanded and modified several times in the following years.

Population: 35770
Local Newspapers: The Press of Atlantic City
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As stepdaughter watches, Dr. James Kauffman ordered held for trial in April Kauffman murder

Amy S. Rosenberg is a staff writer. Most recent preoccupations: the epic drama of Atlantic City, the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, local beach culture, shoobies, the fragile psyche of the Philadelphia sports fan, and Miss America.

Ac Ocean Walk Announces Acquisition of Atlantic City's Revel Hotel and Casino

ATLANTIC CITY, N.J: AC OCEAN WALK announced today that it acquired the former Revel Casino Hotel in Atlantic City for USD 200 million. The property will be re-branded as the Ocean Resort Casino, giving a nod to the property's location on 20 acres along the famed Atlantic City Boardwalk, and the ocean views featured in its 1,399 rooms.

Schwaller: We need to address the racist elephant in the room

This came in response to President Donald Trump referring to Haiti, El Salvador and some African nations as "shithole countries." At a meeting about immigration, lawmakers were explaining to Trump how immigrants from Africa could still later access some visas from the lottery under their plan.

Animal toxins : a collection of papers presented at the First...

Animal toxins : a collection of papers presented at the First International Symposium on Animal Toxins, Atlantic City, New Jersey, U.S.A., April 9-11, 1966 To insert individual citation into a bibliography in a word-processor, select your preferred citation style below and drag-and-drop it into the document. Animal Toxins is a collection of papers that tackles the advancement in studies that aim to enhance the contemporary understanding of animal toxins.

How the population is changing in each of N.J.'s 21 counties

New Jersey's population growth has slowed to a trickle during the past decade, hindered by high property taxes and a slow recovery from the Great Recession. But that stagnation is by no means uniform across the Garden State.

Everything you need to know about Phil Murphy's inauguration and his first day on the job

He touted the diversity of his cabinet, signed an equal pay executive order within hours of taking office and pledged to fight President Donald Trump's administration at every turn. Phil Murphy became New Jersey's 56th governor on Tuesday, ushering in a new progressive era after eight years of Republican rule under Chris Christie.

Summerland Key woman arrested for racketeering in connection with Atlantic City murder

A Summerland Key artist was arrested last week after prosecutors in Atlantic City, N.J. said she is connected to the 2012 murder of a woman allegedly ordered by the her doctor husband when she threatened to expose his pill mill-dealing ring. Beverly Augello, 47, a native of Orange, N.J. who had been living in the Florida Keys, is accused of picking up the payment for her ex-husband, a Pagans motorcycle club member who was arrested for recruiting a hitman.

On MLK Day, what's your 'dream' for New Jersey?

Today's the day we celebrate the birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King whose famous "I have a dream " speech changed the course of civil rights in America. With a new governor coming into New Jersey, many people are having dreams of change in the Garden State.

Fighting the Garden State KKK | Opinion

Father William McNulty was such a revered figure in Paterson that when this Catholic priest -- who tended to his Jersey flock for parts of eight decades -- died in June 1922 at the age of 93, Paterson Mayor Frank J. Van Noort made a decision. Not only would Paterson's Catholic schools be closed in honor of Father McNulty, public schools would also close and the city's flags would fly at half staff.

Snow total predictions rise as winter storm bears down on N.J.

Portions of New Jersey could see more than six inches of snow from a snowfall expected to begin Tuesday afternoon and continue through Wednesday morning, according to forecasts. The National Weather Service on Monday increased estimated snowfall totals for some areas of the state.

Bill Sprouse is Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts & Humanities (MAC)...

Bill Sprouse of Ventnor is the Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts & Humanities Volunteer of the Month for January 2018. Author of "The Domestic Life of the Jersey Devil," published by Oyster Eye Publishing, A©2013, he graciously presented a lecture with his book as a guide about the mystery and lore of the Jersey Devil, one of New Jersey's most mysterious figures, over afternoon tea Oct. 20 at the Emlen Physick Estate, 1048 Washington St., Cape May. Sprouse, who grew up in Atlantic City, was about nine years old when his grandmother, his "BeBop," told him he was related to the Jersey Devil.

Attorney found guilty of sexually assaulting young girl for years

An Atlantic City attorney was convicted Friday on charges that he pursued sexual conduct with an underage girl over several years. Prosecutors said David Alcantara, 59, began endangering the girl in 2005, when she was 10, and continued through 2012.

NJ Commission for the Blind and Visually Impaired offers Free Program

The NJ Commission for the Blind & Visually Impaired is offering FREE classes at nine New Jersey public libraries, including Atlantic City Free Public Library and Atlantic County Library, Mays Landing. Classes will be taught on iPads and computers that magnify and speak, thanks to assistive technology.

Atlantic City's Failed Revel Casino Sells for $200 Million

Atlantic City continues to be the reigning basket case of East Coast tourist towns. It seems as though the road to saving this destination isn't paved with more gambling.

Oprah vs Trump in 2020?

Donald Trump and Oprah Winfrey attending the Mike Tyson vs Michael Spinks match at the Convention Hall in Atlantic City, New Jersey on June 27 1988 [File: Jeffrey Asher/ Getty Images] Still smarting from somehow forfeiting the White House to a popular TV celebrity, bruised and bemused Democrats are longing, it seems, for another popular TV celebrity to win it back soon. So, the chatter about President Oprah has begun in earnest and could, in time, gather inexorable momentum.

This new brewery digs deep, using Jersey water from 800 feet below

Friday marked the grand opening of Hidden Sands Brewing Company in Egg Harbor Township, a brewery which went to great lengths to get the best New Jersey ingredients, including the water. The brewery drilled 800 feet, through two aquifers, to create a well at the Atlantic City Sands Aquifer, which, according to the company's website, is estimated to be 30,000 years old and gives their brews the purest possible starting point.

Vintage artists are NJ bound | Jersey Retro

Between now and Dec. 31, we'll have plenty of opportunities to see performances by, shall we say, artists of a certain age. Following are some highlights of 2018 happenings that feature original artists -- not look-alikes, not "tributes," but the real thing.

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