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Vineland’s Landis Sewerage Authority to begin recycling methane into electricity generation

Landis Sewerage Authority officials hope to make the facility self-sufficient by harvesting methane from grease, food byproduct and manure to fuel operations. “This is to take waste and make energy,” said Dennis Palmer, executive director of the Landis Sewerage Authority … Continue reading

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Cape sheriff promotes plans for $38M jail

Cape May County freeholders will go out to bid soon on a new jail that will address overcrowding and inefficiencies, the sheriff said. Sheriff Gary Schaffer has been presenting the plans to various groups around the county this fall. The … Continue reading

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Rink to turn Cooper River Park ‘into a winter wonderland’

Outdoor ice skating is returning to a once-popular spot in Camden County. An ice rink is set to open next week, on Black Friday, in Pennsauken’s Cooper River Park. The 50- by 70-foot rink will be surrounded by music, strings … Continue reading

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AmeriHealth, Cooper expand their health plan to two new counties

AmeriHealth New Jersey on Monday announced the expansion of its co-branded health plan with Camden’s Cooper University Health Care to include Shore Medical Center in Atlantic County and Cape Regional Medical Center in Cape May County. AmeriHealth NJ also said … Continue reading

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Vineland re-appropriates $436,000 for sidewalk projects

Road improvement funds dating back to 2009 are going to be used to construct sidewalks near Wallace Middle School, according to an ordinance adopted by council Monday. The adopted ordinance re-appropriates $436,000 for the school sidewalk and other pedestrian safety … Continue reading

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Ground-breaking ceremony held for new TownePlace Suites by Marriott in Logan

With a Hampton Inn next door, the new TownePlace Suites by Marriott will be in good company, said owner Peter Bhai. A ground-breaking ceremony was held on Tuesday morning for the new hotel, which has an emphasis on longer stays, … Continue reading

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Woodbine Initiates Stockton College Connection to Enhance Open Space Concept

After his uncontested re-election Nov. 4, Republican Mayor William Pikolycky presided over his first post-election council meeting Nov. 6. The first order of business was the discussion of a potential partnership with Richard Stockton College of N.J. to develop Woodbine‘s … Continue reading

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Bancroft NeuroRehab plans move to Mount Laurel

For more than two decades, Bancroft NeuroRehab in Cherry Hill has been helping adults with brain injuries relearn such everyday tasks as cooking, cleaning, walking, and speaking. The highly individualized program also helps patients, including veterans, strengthen skills needed to … Continue reading

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Vine of the times: Wine region takes shape in South Jersey

On a recent visit to the Finger Lakes in upstate New York, Scott and Julianne Donnini picked up a tourism map and found something surprising: The map traced longstanding wine trails around the lakes but was emblazoned with an unexpected … Continue reading

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Atlantic City retail project gets started, belatedly

Amid great fanfare, a development company headed by Pennsylvania real estate mogul Bruce E. Toll held a groundbreaking ceremony in April for a $5 million retail project to spruce up the Boardwalk where the old Playboy casino once stood. Not … Continue reading

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