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Holtec’s Camden project spurs another in Paulsboro

The $260 million tax incentive that lured a power-plant supplier to Camden’s waterfront is sending a ripple effect down the Delaware River. Officials on Monday confirmed that Holtec International, now based in Evesham, will build its manufacturing plant at the … Continue reading

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Moorestown Mall to add ‘Boutique Row,’ new restaurant called Harvest

If local upscale boutique-style shops are your thing, then look no further than the Moorestown Mall. Erdon and Zeyzani, as well as the area’s first Orangetheory Fitness, are expected to be operating in the new locations by the end of … Continue reading

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Stockton’s interest in Atlantic City campus could involve casino property

Richard Stockton College officials are still interested in locating a campus in Atlantic City, and might be interested in a casino property if the price is right. Saatkamp was out of town Tuesday but said in a statement provided to … Continue reading

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$32 million expansion of Vineland baking facility would add 98 jobs

Work is underway on a planned $32 million expansion of a Canadian-based baking operation here, a move that city officials said will triple the facility’s work force. Bridor Inc. is adding more than 45,000 square feet to its 132,000-square-foot Bridor … Continue reading

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Atlantic City awarded $13 million in state transitional aid

The state Department of Community Affairs announced Friday that it would provide $13 million in Transitional Aid for Atlantic City – less than the $20 million asked for, but welcomed nonetheless. The aid is expected to avoid the “worst-case scenario” … Continue reading

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Moorestown looks into going solar

On sunny days the roof of Moorestown’s new town hall and public library heats up, and so does the water in the faucets below. “It got up to 180 degrees over the winter,” Catherine Ward said after climbing a steep … Continue reading

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Mantua’s former Acme location slated for gym, liquor store

The township’s former Acme supermarket storefront will soon hold a gym and a liquor store. Officials said a new Planet Fitness location, as well as a Wine Warehouse – which already operates several South Jersey stores – have begun the … Continue reading

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NJ homebuilding off to strongest start since 2007

Home building in New Jersey has gotten off to its strongest start since 2007, running 20 percent ahead of last year’s pace, according to new census data. So far this year, nearly 11,000 housing units have been approved, up from … Continue reading

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$260M tax credit proposed to lure energy firm to Camden

In a deal that would be bigger than that offered to the Philadelphia 76ers, the New Jersey Economic Development Authority on Tuesday disclosed a proposal to award Holtec International Inc. $260 million in tax credits to locate some of its … Continue reading

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Study looks at possibility of bringing cruise ships to Atlantic City

It’s not exactly full speed ahead, but Mayor Don Guardian’s proposal to bring cruise ships and their well-heeled passengers to the seaside resort will be studied by a state agency that oversees the Atlantic City Tourism District. The Casino Reinvestment … Continue reading

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