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Health Systems plan to build more to ease demand on emergency departments

Urgent care centers are popping up across South Jersey, but their popularity hasn’t yet stanched the flow of people seeking care in traditional emergency departments, hospital officials say.┬áSo health systems here are planning to build more. Last year, about 30,000 … Continue reading

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State invests in backup storage for solar power and wind energy systems

The state is funding more than a dozen projects to help make solar and wind power more reliable by providing backup energy-storage systems for the electricity they produce. These first-ever awards by the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities will … Continue reading

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Atlantic City’s Boardwalk to sparkle with new lighting

The ocean side of the Boardwalk will be brightened up by more than 160 LED light poles under a $12.8 million project that also includes new security cameras to enhance safety on Atlantic City’s signature attraction. The Casino Reinvestment Development … Continue reading

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State grant will help Salem County expand recreational park in Oldmans Township

A state grant will be helping the county make improvements to the recreational park in Oldmans Township, officials announced Friday afternoon. Workers pave the path at the Salem County Recreation Park in Oldmans Township last year. The $12,000 grant, made … Continue reading

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Land sale raises hopes for new South Jersey port

With few concrete details but a boatload of excitement, local and state elected officials gathered to usher in a new life for a piece of property on the Delaware River in Gloucester County. Officials announced that the site of a … Continue reading

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Creditors: “sophisticated” potential Revel buyers toured site this weekend

Attorneys for Revel Casino Hotel’s committee of unsecured creditors on Monday said they’ve been informed that “two extremely sophisticated and adequately capitalized buyers” toured the property this weekend. “The committee’s professionals and certain committee members also have been in contact … Continue reading

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250 turn out to hear plans on revitalizing Bader Field, Gardner’s Basin

A full house showed up at Atlantic City Council chambers Monday to hear plans by a team of city-appointed architects, planners, and engineers on how to convert Bader Field and Gardner’s Basin into moneymaking enterprises for the struggling city. “The … Continue reading

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Stockton and Rutgers to offer classes at the shore this summer

Beach reading will take on a whole new meaning this summer as both Stockton and Rutgers universities offer classes at the shore.┬áStockton will offer 23 courses at its new Island Campus, the former Showboat Casino Hotel in Atlantic City, purchased … Continue reading

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Gloucester County celebrates 20,000 acres of preserved land

Lucky Buck Farm on Wolfert Station Road in East Greenwich served as the host for the freeholders, local farmers and members of the agriculture community Monday afternoon as the Gloucester County land preservation program celebrated more than 20,000 acres preserved. … Continue reading

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Downtown Millville college campus expected to boost business

Robert Bruni expects to flip a lot more burgers. His targeted customer base: hundreds of hungry college students. Those college students should be here by September 2016, the date on which officials said Cumberland County College‘s Arts and Business Innovation … Continue reading

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