NJ Judge Says Suit to Recognize Gay Marriage Can Go On
A New Jersey judge says a lawsuit seeking to force the state to recognize gay marriage can go forward. Superior Court Judge Linda Feinberg says that a gay rights group and several couples have the right to argue the state’s civil union law does not give them equal protection under the law.
Atlantic City Hilton Drops Sale Bid, Will Stay Open
The owners of ACH, the casino formerly known as the Atlantic City Hilton, have reached a deal to avoid foreclosure on the struggling gambling hall, and agreed to pump $15 million into it to keep it afloat. The New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement confirmed Thursday that the deal will let lenders foreclose on two casinos in Mississippi that are owned by ACH’s parent company, the Los Angeles h
TD Bank Hikes Fees on Checking Account Services
TD Bank is hiking fees for a variety of services on its checking accounts. The bank says the higher fees will apply to wire transfers, certified checks, money orders and stop-payment fees.
Atlantic City Line Train Hits, Kills Person
Officials transferred about 120 passengers on an Atlantic City Line train to a bus after the train struck and killed a male on the tracks south of the Atco station.
Former NJ Governor Whitman on NY-NJ Super Bowl Committee
Former NFL Commissioner Paul Tagliabue and former New Jersey Gov. Christine Todd Whitman are among nine people chosen to serve on the board of trustees for the 2014 New York/New Jersey Super Bowl Host Committee.