A Connecticut woman faces a week in jail and $2,400 in fines after being prosecuted for walking across a thermal area in Yellowstone National Park.
ATLANTIC CITY — A long-awaited upgrade and renovation project for the Boardwalk restrooms is scheduled to begin in the fall and be wrapped up by next spring.
ATLANTIC CITY — The Casino Reinvestment Development Authority has spent more than $1.6 million on emergency initiatives in response to the novel coronavirus’ impact on the community.
The state Senate unanimously approved a bill Thursday that would permanently allow for the public consumption of alcohol on Atlantic City’s Boardwalk and other tourist areas.
A federal magistrate judge in Wyoming has ordered two women from Pennsylvania to spend two days in jail for leaving a boardwalk and damaging a thermal area in Yellowstone National Park.
ATLANTIC CITY — JaVonn Parrish was smiling from ear to ear (behind his mask, of course) while stocking the to-go bar Friday afternoon at Bourre on New York Avenue.
Atlantic City restaurants and bars are selling package goods which means more people are able to walk around the city with open containers.
Kennedy Plaza, May 31, 2020
The Atlantic City Boardwalk Committee Meeting, scheduled for March 18, has been canceled. The next meeting is scheduled for April 8.
Access to the staircase and boardwalk that leads to the top of Pompeys Pillar is being restricted as the BLM studies how to stabilize the deteriorating stone.
ATLANTIC CITY — The Citizens Advisory Board has requested funding from the Casino Reinvestment Development Authority for additional full-time police officers.
ATLANTIC CITY — A public hearing for the Casino Reinvestment Development Authority's rooming house conversion plan has been scheduled for Feb. 7.
ATLANTIC CITY — The final City Council meeting of the year was a clear departure from what is typically a dry, matter-of-fact routine required of governing bodies before the calendar turns.
ATLANTIC CITY — The governing body is set to vote Friday on two seemingly contradictory resolutions that support one personal vice but oppose another.
ATLANTIC CITY — Gardner’s Basin will undergo some needed renovations and improvements.
ATLANTIC CITY — The city’s oldest casino has launched a new branding campaign designed to showcase its uniqueness among a crowded gaming market.
ATLANTIC CITY — A city already battling a high rate of foreclosures and low home ownership could see both problems worsen due to the recent tax increase.
ATLANTIC CITY — The opening of the Showboat hotel’s apartments has created another housing option for those seeking luxury in the seaside resort.
ATLANTIC CITY — The state Senate unanimously approved a bill last week that would allow alcohol to be consumed from open containers on the beach, Boardwalk and other designated areas within the Tourism District.
YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK, Wyo. — Yellowstone National Park rangers have cited a man for walking on a sensitive hot spring area.
ATLANTIC CITY — Now that the casino market has stabilized after a brutal 10-year stretch, which saw gaming revenues cut in half and five properties close, some experts and officials believe now may be the time to review existing regulations to prevent another calamity.
Yellowstone Caldera Chronicles is a weekly column written by scientists and collaborators of the Yellowstone Volcano Observatory. This week's contribution is from Behnaz Hosseini, geoscientist, and Jefferson Hungerford, park geologist, at the Yellowstone Center for Resources in Yellowstone National Park.