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Former Clementon shopping center to see $50 million redevelopment project

The 30-acre former Acme and Grants shopping center site, with its sprawling parking lot along the White Horse Pike, will see a $50 million mixed-use redevelopment project, Camden County officials announced Tuesday. Leewood Real Estate Group/NJ plans to develop 205 … Continue reading

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From waste to watts: Deptford Kinsley Landfill transforms into solar farm

New Jersey and Gloucester County officials gathered at Kinsley Landfill Tuesday morning to formally celebrate work on turning the former dump into a solar farm. Work on the site first began early in the summer. When it is completed in … Continue reading

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Airfare at Atlantic City airport third-lowest in nation

Atlantic City International Airport continues to offer bargain-hunting travelers some of the cheapest airfares in the country, but United Airlines’ entry into the marketplace appears to be driving up ticket prices. Figures released Tuesday by the U.S. Department of Transportation … Continue reading

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Paid sick day bill for N.J workers begins advancing in Legislature

A bill that would make New Jersey one of the first states in the nation to require all employers offer paid sick days to employees cleared its first legislative hurdle this morning. After delaying action on the measure earlier this … Continue reading

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Steel company is Paulsboro port’s first tenant

An agreement has been reached with the first tenant for a state-of-the-art marine terminal still under construction in Paulsboro. The agreement for the Port of Paulsboro is between operator Holt Logistics Corp. of Gloucester City and NLMK USA, a steel … Continue reading

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Gas relief: PSE&G giving customers a break

As temperatures continue to drop, the state’s largest utility is giving another break to its South Jersey customers. Public Service Electric & Gas, which has more than 100,000 accounts in Burlington County, has said it is providing a credit for … Continue reading

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Woodbury officials break ground on former Woodbury Country club for rehabilitation center

Even Wednesday’s cold, rainy weather couldn’t stop a groundbreaking ceremony from happening at the former Woodbury Country Club, which will soon become a rehabilitation complex. With shovels in hand, including a unique baseball bat shovel, developers and Woodbury officials gathered … Continue reading

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More Than $1 Billion Committed in Sandy Housing Recovery Assistance Programs

Advancing the Administration’s commitment to rebuilding and putting families back in their homes, Governor Chris Christie today announced that more than $1 billion in housing recovery funds have been committed for programs such as the Reconstruction, Rehabilitation, Elevation and Mitigation … Continue reading

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Atlantic City airport may go international, mayor says

Atlantic City International Airport may finally live up to its name. The airport has lacked international service since Canada-based WestJet ended its flights between Atlantic City and Toronto in 2010 after failing to attract enough passengers to make the route … Continue reading

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$2.5B NJ Turnpike widening complete, lanes to open Friday

The massive $2.5 billion project to widen the New Jersey Turnpike between Interchange 6 and 9 is tentatively scheduled to open to traffic on this weekend, starting with the northbound lanes. Crews are finishing up the final work on what … Continue reading

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