Monday, October 20, 2014
Inquirer Daily News

Shore Guide

Philadelphia developer Bart Blatstein said Sunday he and casino architect Paul Steelman had agreed to buy the four-story, 300,000-square-foot, half-empty Caesars Pier shopping center in Atlantic City for a small fraction of its construction cost.
PLEASANTVILLE, N.J. - This down-on-its-luck stepsister town to neighboring Atlantic City has struggled economically for decades, languishing without a redevelopment plan or the ability to attract private investment.
WEST CAPE MAY - On a bucolic 50 acres at Willow Creek Winery, where the cross breezes of the bay and the ocean mingle, over a vineyard of soil of salt and sand, an enviable microclimate and a unique terroir has been created.
ATLANTIC CITY - Police investigators continued Tuesday to comb through ashes and scorch marks left in a parking lot where an SUV belonging to a rabbi was torched last Wednesday night after he parked it before conducting Rosh Hashanah services at the adjacent Rodef Sholom Orthodox Synagogue.
ATLANTIC CITY City officials are hoping that Toll Free Tuesdays and a fall advertising blitz showcasing interviews with visitors - most from Philadelphia - boosts tourism in the city.
At 66, Audrey Williams is looking for a job to pay the property taxes on the Northside duplex she has owned for 14 years.
LOWER TOWNSHIP, N.J. - They look like tiny coriander seeds. And 6,000 of them can easily fit into the bottom of a half-dozen buckets filled with seawater.
After a review by the state attorney general, the Atlantic County Prosecutor's Office announced Wednesday that it would allow a Philadelphia woman charged last year with illegally bringing into New Jersey a gun that was legally registered in Pennsylvania to enter a pretrial-intervention program and avoid jail time.