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Buena pharmaceutical firm tripling plant, doubling jobs

The pharmaceutical company Teligent Inc. has broken ground on its expansion on Lincoln Avenue, which will triple its space to nearly 110,000 square feet. The project is expected to be finished in 2017, according to the company. Its number of … Continue reading

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Construction Slated to Begin on Stockton’s “Island Campus” in Atlantic City

The project to overhaul Atlantic City’s economy is about to go into overdrive. Not only is the city government facing an end-of-year deadline to dramatically cut its budget or face an unprecedented state takeover, but a key recommendation to spur … Continue reading

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These Students are Digitizing Water Company Records. Next Time a Main Breaks, You’ll Thank Them

When the records detailing more than 9,000 miles of water main across New Jersey are really a collection of paper records assembled over time, field crews can end up wasting valuable time just trying to figure out where things are. … Continue reading

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Dermody breaks ground for new distribution facility

On June 22, Dermody Properties, a national industrial acquisition, development and operating firm headquartered in Reno, Nev., and Great Point Investors LLC broke ground on a new distribution facility at LogistiCenter¬†at Logan, a 5.5-million-square-foot, Class A industrial park located in … Continue reading

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Massive real estate auction nets Atlantic City $1.7 million

This cash-starved city sold $1.7 million worth of property Thursday at an auction that drew more than 100 people and sparked lively bidding on a few choice pieces of land. The $1.7 million purchase value of the property would also … Continue reading

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Seafood & Music Festival set for Saturday, Sunday

This Saturday and Sunday, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. both days, the Tuckerton Seaport will host its annual Baymen’s Seafood & Music Festival. Enjoy delicious Jersey fresh clams, crabs, scallops and shrimp from the finest local seafood purveyors. Drink … Continue reading

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From greens to green space: Golf course becomes N.J. state park

With the first day of summer came the dedication of Gloucester County‘s first state park. The Department of Environmental Protection on Monday formally opened the Tall Pines State Preserve, which used to be a golf course. The new park’s 110 … Continue reading

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Atlantic City MUA moves closer to private partnership

The Atlantic City¬†Municipal Utilities Authority recently took steps to explore leasing itself to a private company, resuming the ongoing saga over the resort’s water works. The authority’s board passed a resolution in May hiring Acacia Financial Group for advisory services … Continue reading

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CRDA votes to restore funds for Boardwalk Hall light shows

The Atlantic City Alliance is going away, but the Boardwalk Hall light shows it started are coming back. Members of the state Casino Reinvestment Development Authority voted unanimously Tuesday for that agency to take over most of the activities and … Continue reading

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German Supermarket Selects South Jersey Town for New Store, Reports Say

A German supermarket chain looking to open stores throughout the East Coast has chosen Millville for one of its new locations. The company, Lidl, selected a large undeveloped property off North 2nd Street. Lidl US, LLC anticipates building a 36,170-square-foot … Continue reading

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