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April 18, 1988 | By Jennifer Lin, Inquirer Staff Writer
Fedelle "Dale" Scutti was having trouble with his sinuses. Salt air always seemed to help, so he packed his bags and headed for Atlantic City from his home in Rochester, N.Y. It was January, not a great time to be at the shore. Scutti, 54, a self- made millionaire but no gambler, checked into the Showboat Hotel, planning to do nothing more than relax and go for walks on the Boardwalk. But by the time Scutti checked out more than a week later, he was ready to initiate a battle with the man who is arguably the most powerful operator in Atlantic City, Donald Trump.
NEWS
July 14, 2014 | By David Patrick Stearns, Inquirer Music Critic
ATLANTIC CITY - Behind doors so richly red they glow even amid the glittering casino, the Borgata Resort's Music Box theater on Sunday evening will welcome something it wasn't built for: the Bay-Atlantic Symphony playing the Shostakovich Piano Concerto No. 1 with superstar pianist Yuja Wang. There are no obvious explanations. "It's an eclectic age," says Jed Gaylin, the 17-year music director of the Bay-Atlantic Symphony. "Classical music is no longer 'that stuff.' It's a change of pace.
TRAVEL
September 18, 2011
For many football fans, a new NFL season means an opportunity to hitch their own fortunes to the outcomes of the games. And while you have to be in Las Vegas to experience the full sweep of sports betting, casinos closer to home in Pennsylvania, Delaware, and Atlantic City still find ways to help their customers to get in on the football action with pick 'em contests and sweepstakes. And often, those casino football contests are quite a bargain - entry is free, and some of the potential prizes escalate to thousands of dollars and possibly to seven-figure jackpots.
NEWS
November 15, 2012
The developer Bart Blatstein hand-delivered to the state's Gaming Control Board on Tuesday his application for a casino license for a planned project at Broad and Callowhill Streets. The deadline for applications is 5 p.m. Thursday. Blatstein's Provence project would include a casino, hotel, and rooftop shopping and dining. - Jennifer Lin
NEWS
November 9, 2012
IF PHILADELPHIA bids on the city's second casino license, the competition will be fierce. Other likely bidders include: * Developer Bart Blatstein, who has the highest profile in the bidding, is pitching a casino on the former site of the Daily News and Inquirer at Broad and Callowhill streets. * The Goldenberg Group of Blue Bell is expected to apply for the license to build a casino on a parking lot at 8th and Market streets. * Parkway Corp., which operates parking garages in the city, is working on an application for one of its many locations.
NEWS
January 2, 2013
An elevator repairman was killed Saturday while working on a dumbwaiter at Harrah's Philadelphia casino in Chester. The identity of the 52-year-old victim from Upper Darby was not released Monday. Police said the man was working on a dumbwaiter that was being used to deliver food to restaurants at the casino when he became pinned. He died of his injuries at the scene. He was a subcontractor and not a casino employee, police said. Chester authorities and the federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration were investigating.
NEWS
January 1, 2013 | By Mari Schaefer, Inquirer Staff Writer
An elevator repairman was killed Saturday while working on a dumbwaiter at Harrah's Philadelphia casino in Chester. The identity of the 52-year-old victim from Upper Darby has not yet been released. Police said the man was working on a dumbwaiter that was being used to deliver food to restaurants at the casino when he became pinned. The man died at the scene as a result of his injuries. He was a sub contractor and not a casino employee, police said. The death is still under investigation by Chester and the federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration.
NEWS
November 28, 2012
City Councilmen Kenyatta Johnson and James F. Kenney are calling for a hearing to consider a proposal from Penn National Gaming Inc. to use profits from a casino to help fund city schools and the municipal pension fund. Johnson will submit a resolution for a hearing at Council's Dec. 6 session. Penn National is one of six groups vying for the city's second casino license. Under its proposal, the company would create a nonprofit to hold two-thirds of the equity in the casino. In a letter sent Wednesday to Deputy Mayor Alan Greenberger, Johnson and Kenney said that while they had not endorsed any application for a casino license, they think the Penn National idea should be explored.
NEWS
March 28, 2012
Opening: Preview, Monday-May 24; grand opening, May 25. Size: 6.3 million square feet, 47 stories on 20 acres. Cost: $2.4 billion. Guest rooms and suites: 1,898 (all rooms have ocean views). Smoking policy: 100 percent smoke-free. Spa: 31,000 square feet. Retail: 55,000 square feet. Theaters: Two, with capacity for 5,050 and 700 seats, respectively. Nightclubs: Two. Day clubs: One, featuring performance deck, cabanas and saltwater pool (42,000 square feet of space)
NEWS
December 3, 1998 | By John Way Jennings, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
A Trump Plaza Hotel & Casino investigator and a security officer have been indicted by an Atlantic County grand jury in the death of a 25-year-old man who authorities said was assaulted after being caught panhandling inside the casino. Mark Petty, 35, of Galloway Township, a security officer at the casino, was indicted Tuesday on charges of aggravated manslaughter and tampering with witnesses, said Jeffrey S. Blitz, Atlantic County prosecutor. Carol Waldron, 50, of Egg Harbor Township, who was in charge of the investigation for the casino, was indicted yesterday on a charge of tampering with witnesses.
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