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At least 9 projects planned along Black Horse Pike

A seven-mile stretch of the Black Horse Pike in Egg Harbor and Hamilton townships is running hot with a new commercial boom, with at least 10 projects planned or under construction, local officials said. That section from Fire Road in … Continue reading

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Dredging of three OC lagoons to begin early September

The city will resume its back bay dredging program next month. Snug Harbor, Glen Cove and the mouth of South Harbor lagoons will be dredged beginning the first week of September as part of the city’s ongoing effort to deepen … Continue reading

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Barrette opens Galloway operation; ‘almost 250′ workers in old Lenox factory

A new manufacturing business is now up and running in the long-closed Lenox China plant, putting almost 250 people to work in Atlantic County. Barrette Outdoor Living says the company is making aluminum and vinyl fence and railings in the … Continue reading

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Here’s how crews move all that sand from ocean floor to the Jersey Shore

Much of their time aboard the Dredge Liberty Island for Capt. James “Woody” Hoffman and his crew is déjà vu. For weeks at a time, they sail back and forth between an underwater island in the Atlantic from which they … Continue reading

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Wildwood wants to make a better first impression

Cape May County is working with the city on a plan to give visitors a better first impression at the beach resort’s main entrance. Drivers who cross the George Redding Bridge arrive with little fanfare on a five-lane avenue dotted … Continue reading

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What role do satellite campuses play in economic development?

Kim Conner sees more than bricks and steel rising at High and Vine streets in Millville. She also sees hope that the future Cumberland County College‘s Arts and Business Innovation Center, and the estimated 500 students it will bring to … Continue reading

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How the Atlantic City MUA became the key to the city’s future

It all boils down to the water. For nearly two years now Atlantic City’s leaders and the state have engaged in a delicate dance, trying to figure out how to fix the city’s crashing finances, maximizing its assets while maintaining home … Continue reading

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Ohio company unveils 400K sq.ft. South Jersey facility

An Ohio fencing and railing company has opened its new manufacturing and distribution center in Galloway near Egg Harbor City. The 400,000-square-foot center will house Barrette Outdoor Living’s aluminum and vinyl fence and rail manufacturing operations, the company said in … Continue reading

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Evesham landmark to be redeveloped

A proposed redevelopment project could breath new life into a site that once served as a staple in town to residents and passers-by alike. If all goes as planned the long-shuttered Olga’s Diner will be torn down to make room … Continue reading

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New Cumberland technical high school preps for first classes

Patients are already waiting for the first full-time students to arrive at the new Cumberland County Technical Education Center. The five medical mannequins, or patient simulators, are just a few of the state-of-the-art materials students will use when they arrive … Continue reading

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