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Cumberland County to open new, bigger clinic for veterans

South Jersey veterans will have a new and bigger facility to go to for health services by the end of the year. That’s when the Cumberland County Community Based Outpatient Clinic is scheduled to open a 10,000-square-foot facility that’s almost … Continue reading

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Holtec hopes to be ‘catalyst for change’ in Camden

The steel frames dominate the South Camden¬†waterfront, making an imprint on the former shipyard site big enough to change the landscape and infrastructure along Broadway. Officials at Holtec, the company moving its headquarters and manufacturing facilities here, hope to help … Continue reading

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Greetings from Asbury Park, opening first hotel in 50 years

In the Jersey shore city that gave Bruce Springsteen’s debut album its name, owners of the first new hotel to open there in more than 50 years hope they can convince locals and tourists alike that what was once considered … Continue reading

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Two more South Jersey nuclear plants get key approval

A federal safety agency has approved as many as two new reactors at an existing nuclear complex off the Delaware River in Salem County. The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission’s Atomic Safety and Licensing Board gave preliminary approval to PSEG Nuclear, … Continue reading

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New restaurant to open soon at Cooper River Park

The spectacular view of the Cooper River remains the same at the new Cooper House restaurant, while the place has been given a complete makeover and new menu. More than a year after upgrades began to spruce up the once-popular … Continue reading

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Burlington senior living community completes multimillion-dollar clean energy project

A Burlington-based senior living community has completed a $8.9 million renovation project to upgrade its energy infrastructure. “With this project, ENER-G Rudox delivers a solution that many are excited about, but few have accomplished. We have been able to turn … Continue reading

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Starting a food business? Rutgers incubator can help

Patrick Leger stood in a processing room at Rutgers Food Innovation Center on Friday, watching as an assembly line of bottles were filled with pure strained tomatoes, First Field’s latest product. First Field has grown considerably since Leger and his … Continue reading

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Amazon to open two more fulfillment centers in New Jersey

Amazon announced this morning that it plans to open two more fulfillment centers in New Jersey; the move will add more than 2,000 full-time jobs to the state. The fulfillment centers will be located in Florence and Carteret, Akash Chauhan, … Continue reading

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Toms River moves ahead with $10 million land buy

Fifty-six acres of land in North Dover could be preserved as open space after the Township Council voted unanimously Tuesday to acquire the property. The council approved spending $10.3 million to buy the land following a public hearing at which … Continue reading

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Summer in A.C. means big shows on the beach, in the air

This will be a summer of big conventions and fighter planes, of Toby Keith performing on the beach and the Miss America Competition remaining in her city of origin. The city’s tourism industry is expecting some big events this summer … Continue reading

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