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Ground broken for upscale stores on vacant lot next to Atlantic City’s Boardwalk Hall

By next spring, crowds leaving events at Boardwalk Hall will no longer have to pass a vacant tract of land serving as a reminder of shuttered casinos. A portion of the site that has been home to the Playboy Casino … Continue reading

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Lourdes plans new center while cutting jobs

The Lourdes Health System has announced it will open its latest care facility in New Hanover while at the same time the organization, which has a massive hospital in Willingboro, will be cutting 23 hospital-based positions. None of the jobs … Continue reading

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Pemberton Twp. to embark on $7.2M dam repair project

Three dams in the Country Lakes area will get long-needed repairs this summer after the Township Council introduced a $7.2 million bond ordinance. The dams that form Spring Lake, Long Lake and Colony Lake have been considered substandard by the … Continue reading

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$42 million center to be built at Joint Base

Work is beginning on a new Army electronics research and aviation center at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst – a $42 million project that will keep one of the last vestiges in New Jersey of the once-massive Fort Monmouth research complex. Six … Continue reading

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Another redevelopment zone passes in Mount Holly

The township council voted, 3-1, Monday to create a redevelopment zone, after listening to concerns expressed by about a dozen residents and shop owners who worry that their properties may be seized through eminent domain. The 30-acre zone includes 120 … Continue reading

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American Water Invests in Water Main Upgrades in Cinnaminson

By the end of April, New Jersey American Water is expected to complete approximately $1.3 million in water main replacements in Cinnaminson, Mount Holly and Riverton. When the new water mains are put into service, customers can expect increased water … Continue reading

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The next fight: NJBIA ready to challenge paid sick-leave plan

For a third time in just over six months, Stefanie Riehl is dusting off her boxing gloves. Riehl, the assistant vice president of employment and labor policy with the New Jersey Business & Industry Association, began fighting against mandatory paid … Continue reading

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Freeholders Approve Open Space Projects

Freeholders agreed to shared service agreements for Open Space projects for five of six municipalities. The seventh, Woodbine, will have its project approved at the next freeholder meeting later this month. For Upper Township, it means $280,350 to upgrade the … Continue reading

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Egg Harbor City plans to develop Philadelphia Avenue site

City Council introduced an ordinance to amend its redevelopment plan for the city-owned ambulance building and vacant land around it on Philadelphia Avenue to designate a 300-foot wooded area as wetlands. The change to the plan was required by the … Continue reading

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Moorestown to Consider Bringing Solar Power to the Township

The township mayor is looking into the idea of bringing solar power to Moorestown, and council is looking to have a presentation from an expert on the issue make a presentation in May. “I’d like to look into the idea … Continue reading

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