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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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Laid off when casinos closed, back to work with reopenings

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Diversity remarks cause stir in N.J. race

A New Jersey Republican running for an open U.S. House seat said a video recording of him was taken out of context and that it's "un-American" to use diversity as a benchmark for fairness. Seth Grossman has faced criticism from both Democrats, including Gov. Phil Murphy, and Republicans after the video surfaced of him saying "diversity is a bunch of crap."

Could this 2-time winner be crowned Miss N.J. Saturday night?

For the second night in a row, Miss South Shore Jaime Gialloreto, of Woolwich Township, walked away a winner in the 2018 Miss New Jersey Pageant at the Music Pier in Ocean City. Gialloreto, 19, won over the judges with a jazz dance to "Natural Woman."

My Miss America swimsuit moment was empowering

In this Sept. 13, 2015, file photo, contestants wear swimsuits as they compete in the 2016 Miss America pageant in Atlantic City, N.J. The Miss America Organization is dropping the swimsuit competition from its nationally televised broadcast, saying it will no longer judge contestants in their appearance.

N.J. candidate who calls diversity 'a bunch of crap' says it is good for your food choices

New Jersey Republican U.S. House candidate Seth Grossman says diversity is " a bunch of crap " because the meaning of the word has changed. "Of course, I love diversity," Grossman said in an interview on WHYY Radio.

Coast Guard rescues 4 children, 2 adults stranded off Atlantic City coast

Six people, including four children, were rescued by the U.S. Coast Guard after their boat ran ashore and stranded them off the coast of Atlantic City Thursday night. The Coast Guard station in Atlantic City received a call around 10 p.m. after a good Samaritan reported seeing lights and hearing the sound of an engine revving, according to the Coast Guard.

White supremacist operation turns up vast online drug-dealing business

One of the managers of a vast drug-dealing operation that was selling cocaine and designer drugs online was sentenced Thursday to 19 years in state prison. Luke A. Atwell, 37, of Hamilton, pleaded guilty in April to leading a narcotics trafficking network, a first-degree offense.

NJ jobs: These employers are hiring now

NJ jobs: Employers keep adding staff, and these places are hiring New Jersey employers added 4,100 jobs in May, rebounding after a shaky April.

Holland woman receives award

Alyce Brophy, a Holland Township resident and President/CEO of Community Visiting Nurse Association has received her third Carol J. Kientz award from the New Jersey Home Care and Hospice Association. The award given annually at the Home Care and Hospice Associations Annual Conference in Atlantic City, NJ and is presented to a member who has gone "above and Beyond" the benchmark of involvement in, and commitment to, the Home Care and Hospice Association of NJ and it's work to serve as the catalyst for excellence in home care and hospice in New Jersey.

Hospital officials in NJ funding opioid prescription tracker

The New Jersey Hospital Association says it will invest $1.5 million into a prescription tracking tool that will better monitor opioid prescriptions. The hospital association said Wednesday that a new tracking tool could more immediately alert health care professionals to a patient's prescription history.

Ocean Resort gets 11th-hour special hearing for casino license in Atlantic City

Ocean Resort Casino has been granted a special hearing just eight days before its scheduled opening in Atlantic City to seek approval for a state casino license that will allow the sprawling complex to offer gaming. The announcement of the June 20 hearing before the Casino Control Commission comes as Ocean Resort continues to prepare for its June 28 grand opening.

GCIT brings home four medals in 7th annual Cook-Off Competition

Gloucester County Institute of Technology student chefs won four medals at the New Jersey Association of Counties 7th Annual County Vocational-Technical Schools Cook-Off Challenge on May 11. The competition took place at Caesar's in Atlantic City during NJAC's 68th annual conference. Freeholder Heather Simmons, a member of the NJAC executive committee and Gloucester County's liaison to the Department of Economic Development, said, "GCIT culinary students rose to the occasion and impressed the judges and participants of the conference so much they came home with four medals.

Sports betting to be focus at major US casino conference

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NJ Republican candidate on video calling diversity 'a bunch of crap'

ATLANTIC CITY - A congressional candidate who ran on a platform of "Support Trump" called diversity a "bunch of crap" during an event earlier this year. Seth Grossman, an attorney, said his comments in the video -  which was first reported on by the Philadelphia Inquirer , and which was released by Super PAC American Bridge 21st Century last week - were an answer to a question he was asked during his four-way primary race back in April.

Kevin Jonas and wife Danielle can't keep their hands off each other at cousin's wedding

Kevin Jonas and wife Danielle can't keep their hands off each other during beach photo shoot at cousin's wedding The couple, along with their four-year old daughter Alena, posed for photos at his cousin's wedding at a beach resort in Atlantic City on Saturday. From the looks of the photos, the couple seem to be very much in love after more than nine years of marriage.

Cops nab trio after 2 teens wounded in Atlantic City

Officers on patrol in the area of Kentucky and Baltic avenues shortly after 10:30 p.m. heard several gunshots and soon spotted a speeding vehicle with a bag covering its license plate. Police arrested three men, Devin McClary, 23, Ahmad Shannon, 19, and Taja Hicks-Anderson, 23, all of Atlantic City.

Nick Jonas Takes Priyanka Chopra to Family Wedding -- See the Pic

Jonas took the gorgeous Indian actress to a family wedding over the weekend and the two looked simply gorgeous as they were snapped leaving their hotel arm in arm on Saturday, with Chopra, 35, wearing a sexy gold gown and Jonas, 25, in a navy blue suit. The "Jealous" singer was celebrating the Atlantic City, New Jersey, nuptials of his cousin, Rachel Tamburelli, and seems to have used the joyous occasion as the perfect opportunity to introduce his rumored girlfriend to his brother, Kevin, sister-in-law, Danielle, and the rest of his family.

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