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How can Atlantic City Reinvent itself?
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Waterpark, offices approved for Atlantic City casino area

ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) -- Plans for a family entertainment complex that will include an 81,000 square-foot waterpark have been approved for a former Atlantic City casino.

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NJ 101.5's Eric Scott hosted a Town Hall program on the future of Atlantic City. Joining Scott in the studio were gaming analyst Roger Gross, casino worker union president Bob McDevitt and NJ Assemblyman Scott Rumana (R-Wayne).
NJ 101.5's Eric Scott hosted a Town Hall program on the future of Atlantic City. Joining Scott in the studio were gaming analyst Roger Gross, casino worker union president Bob McDevitt and NJ Assemblyman Scott Rumana (R-Wayne).
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‘Gambling on New Jersey’s future’ – The debate continues

Should casinos be allowed outside of Atlantic City? What's the best way to cultivate gaming in the Garden state? How can Atlantic City survive and prosper?

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Borgata
This June 26, 2013 photos shows the exterior of the Borgata casino in Atlantic City, N.J.
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Half of Atlantic City’s surviving casinos show gains in June

The Atlantic City casinos that survived a major shakeout last year are collectively continuing to see an increase in their gambling revenue.

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For NJ gaming industry, competition remains a challenge

Even as New Jersey lawmakers ponder a plan to expand casino gaming outside of Atlantic City, to either the Meadowlands, Jersey City or Newark, neighboring states are moving ahead with plans to build several new casinos, and the future of Garden State gaming remains cloudy.

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Gambling on New Jersey’s future

As the debate continues over whether or not to allow casinos in New Jersey to expand outside Atlantic City, NJ 101.5 will host a special edition of our Town Hall series Tuesday night at 7 p.m. to discuss the future of gaming in the Garden State.

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Debate continues over casinos in North and Central Jersey

As Atlantic City continues to try and recover from economic hardship, the debate continues as to whether casinos should be allowed in Central and North Jersey.

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NJ OKs $33M tax credit to lure call center to Atlantic City

New Jersey has approved $33 million in tax credits for a company that will locate a call center in Atlantic City and create more than 300 jobs.

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Trump Plaza
This April 24, 2015 photo shows tourists walking past the shuttered Trump Plaza casino in Atlantic City N.J. (AP Photo/Wayne Parry)
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10-year casino restriction OK’d on shuttered Trump Plaza

Atlantic City's former Trump Plaza casino is likely to remain closed for at least 10 years following a judge's approval Thursday of a deed restriction prohibiting anyone from re-opening it as a casino.

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Police-involved shooting in Atlantic City

Authorities are investigating a police-involved shooting in Atlantic City.

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Struggling Casino Industry Drags Atlantic City's Economy Down
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Atlantic City betting big on non-gambling attractions

Atlantic City's efforts to recapture some of the tourism dollars it has lost to casino competition in recent years finally appear to be working.

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