An Affordable House
The ninth-most-popular AirBnB in the state of New Jersey is in Atlantic City in the Inlet, according to a listicle prepared by NJ.com and based on data supplied by the company.
Elsewhere on the list there’s a “river” house, a “farm” house, a “beach” house and a “Victorian” house.
Atlantic City’s is an “affordable” house.
Because we are fierce.
Everybody covers the Stockton ribbon-cutting ceremony and the speech by Phil Murphy, who announced the state wasn’t pulling out of A.C. anytime soon. Here’s our take.
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