Amy S. Rosenberg, Philly Inquirer

Amy S. Rosenberg

Philly Inquirer

Portland, OR, United States

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Recent articles by Amy:

Where coronavirus cases are surging and falling in Pa.; N.J. bans smoking, drinking in Atlantic City casinos

Daily coronavirus case counts are going up in Pennsylvania, but the number of hospitalizations has continued to decline. → Read More

Casinos, pop-up yoga, free-flowing booze: Can Atlantic City find its groove again?

With casinos poised to reopen, what will Atlantic City’s future look like? → Read More

Casinos in Atlantic City and outside Philly are poised to reopen in the next few days

The coronavirus shutdown of Pennsylvania's 12 operating casinos and three off-track betting parlors has devastated the industry and cut off a lucrative source of tax revenue for the state. → Read More

For $20, this New Jersey artist will send you art in the mail

Jersey City artist Amy Wilson says her mail art is a solution to the pandemic problem of, “How do I get stuff in people’s hands so they look at it?” → Read More

Leader of $53 million Jersey Shore prescription drug scam pleads guilty in federal court hearing

William Hickman, of Northfield, agreed to forfeit more than $26 million in assets gained through the criminal conspiracy. → Read More

Coronavirus politics are getting trickier for New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy

While Murphy saw a huge surge in support for the early stages of his coronavirus response, there are growing signs of tension as people tire of strict rules, other states open up, and the summer beckons. → Read More

Jersey Shore movie theater shuts its doors after being issued three violations

Six days after opening in defiance of Gov. Murphy, owner Brett Denafo said he voluntarily closed the Tilton Square Theatre. → Read More

Former Trump Plaza Casino in Atlantic City to be imploded, officials say

The former Trump Plaza casino, now owned by Carl Icahn, will be wrapped in netting pending the implosion, which will spare only its parking lot. → Read More

Atlantic City legalizes open containers of alcohol on Boardwalk, other areas

Atlantic City Mayor Marty Small signed an executive order that will allow people to drink openly on the Boardwalk and at Gardner's Basin, and along several beach blocks. → Read More

Atlantic City legalizes open containers of alcohol on Boardwalk, other areas

Atlantic City Mayor Marty Small signed an executive order that will allow people to drink openly on the Boardwalk and at Gardner's Basin, and along several beach blocks. → Read More

The Rizzo statue disappeared overnight. Philadelphia is still unpacking its legacy.

For some, who recall bloody police beatings of students protesting segregation and the humiliating public strip-search of Black Panthers, it was a 2,000-pound weight lifted off the city’s collective psyche. → Read More

Atlantic City looting is latest blow to this casino town: How it unfolded, what set it off

Atlantic City takes yet another blow to its gut as a four hour peaceful protest led to looting. Can the resilient town bounce back? → Read More

Checking in: Wildwood motels at limping Jersey Shore first to welcome short-term stays

After a humbling Memorial Day weekend, motels in Wildwood and elsewhere at the Jersey shore were allowed to open. But frustration is rising. → Read More

Memorial Day weekend at the Jersey Shore: Masked beach patrols, relaxed open-container laws, overflowing trash cans

Beginning this weekend, beach towns and beach patrols will have to adapt their raucous cultures to a time of caution. → Read More

New Jersey beaches can reopen, with restrictions, while Pa., Philly region talk about what’s next for recovery

“The Jersey Shore, after all, is where memories are made,” Gov. Phil Murphy said Thursday. “The last thing any of us wanted was a summertime down the Shore to be a memory.” → Read More

Coming to Cape May County boardwalks this summer: ‘Social distance ambassadors’

There have always been Jersey Shore beach tag checkers. Beginning Friday, welcome a new minder: the Social Distance Ambassador. → Read More

Atlantic City voters appear to reject effort to change their form of government

“Listen it was never in doubt,” said Mayor Marty Small Sr., of the all vote-by-mail election, where ballots received until Thursday will still be tallied. → Read More

New York City was locking down. So Fox News host Dana Perino headed for her home at the Jersey Shore. And stayed.

Broadcasting from her Jersey Shore house, Fox News Dana Perino finds small town comforts amid a pandemic. → Read More

Cape May County urges ‘safe, thoughtful progressive reopening’ of Shore towns by June 1

Cape May County will allow seasonal rentals beginning Monday, short term rentals and limited hotels on June 1 and full opening for hotels and motels beginning June 22. → Read More

Spring, sunshine and sickness. Coronavirus continues to kill as states move to reopen

On Sunday it seemed possible to believe that the crisis was ending, or at least stabilized, even as some of the world’s biggest countries reported new peaks in infections → Read More