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Camden County unveils new property info database

Getting your own information shouldn’t be a hassle. Now it won’t be. The Camden County Clerk’s office said Thursday a new searchable database of property information will be available free to county residents. “You can now view deeds, mortgages and other documents filed … Continue reading

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Woodbury unveils 1.2 miles of bike/pedestrian trails

On July 28, the City of Woodbury and the Road Runners Club of Woodbury will host a ribbon cutting ceremony to introduce the new bike and pedestrian paths that connect Woodbury’s Stewart Lake Park, Frances Avenue Fields and Tatum Street. … Continue reading

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South Jersey cities to receive $265,000 in housing grant money

Three South Jersey cities are among the recipients of a $75 million federal housing grant, the Department of Housing and Urban Development announced Monday. Housing authorities in Atlantic City, Pleasantville and Vineland were chosen to receive the grant money, which … Continue reading

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$1.8M in grants awarded to 26 projects

New Jersey and Pennsylvania communities will be receiving $1.8 million in grant money for 26 revitalization projects. The Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission (DVRPC) announced the communities that will be recipients of the grant money earlier this month. Projects include … Continue reading

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Stockton University adding new housing for 90 students in Galloway

Stockton University is getting some new off-campus student housing this year, but it won’t be in a motel. Galloway Mayor Don Purdy, through D&M Galloway Holding LLC., is converting a partially-finished office complex at 421 Chris Gaupp Drive into student … Continue reading

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Rowan gets grant to recruit women, minorities into engineering

Rowan University has received a $1.9 million grant to recruit and assist more women and minority students in engineering programs at the college. The five-year grant from the National Science Foundation will also be used to design diversity programs that … Continue reading

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South-end Ocean City homeowners enjoying big, new beaches

The summer after Hurricane Sandy in October 2012, the beach at 57th Street was reduced to a tiny strip of sand. Homeowners had been advocating for a beach fill long before that. The federal government had approved the project in … Continue reading

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Comcast Expands Low-Cost Internet Offer to 1.3 Million More Households

The Internet Essentials program will now be available to some childless adults. In a partnership with the department of Housing and Urban Development, Comcast will offer its Internet Essentials service to adults in HUD housing, whether or not they have … Continue reading

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Stockton farm is ‘science in action’

It’s a hot, humid day, but Stockton University professor Ron Hutchison, farm manager Caitlin “Cat” Clarke and four of five summer interns are working steadily. They are building a greenhouse at the Stockton farm. Now in its fifth year, the … Continue reading

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Atlantic City pushes back Bader Field auction

The Bader Field auction is postponed. City Council on Wednesday pushed back the sealed-bid auction a day before bids for the former airport were due. The new deadline for bids is Aug. 4. There was no council discussion on the resolution. City … Continue reading

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