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Work on seawall marks a new era for Atlantic City Inlet

For Inlet residents and businesses here, the seven-decade wait is over. Large cranes stationed along the Boardwalk last week began work on a new seawall to reconnect the South Inlet with the North Inlet for the first time since 1944, … Continue reading

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Egg Harbor Township affordable housing slated at former Clarion site

The former Clarion Hotel and Convention Center on the Black Horse Pike is being transformed into the township’s newest affordable housing complex by contractors for Renewable Jersey at Egg Harbor Township LLC. The Atrium Apartments at Egg Harbor will feature … Continue reading

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New Jersey universities adding ‘college towns’ near campus

Students returning this month to two New Jersey state colleges will find big differences next to campus as developments materialize seeking to add the bustle of traditional college towns. A $74 million building next to Rowan University opened this month, … Continue reading

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Jersey tomato gets boost from Rutgers

The Jersey tomato has a special place in its home state’s self-image, and not only because New Jersey’s farmers grew and sold more than 62 million pounds of them last year, $38.1 million worth. The Rutgers New Jersey Agricultural Experiment … Continue reading

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Pleasantville festival merges summer fun, barbecue competition

Saturday was a pretty good day for the Pleasantville Endless Summer Festival. This year was the first time a barbecue cook-off accompanied the Endless Summer Festival. More than a half-dozen cooks — professional and casual — put their secret recipes … Continue reading

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Wine, dine on Cooper River

As summer winds down, it’s more tempting than ever to get outside, near water, and savor the beautiful evenings. Visit South Jersey has hosted innovative events all summer to bring attention to South Jersey’s wine-making industry. Locally Grown events at … Continue reading

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Ribbon-cutting ceremony welcomes five businesses to Landis Avenue in Vineland

Government officials and business leaders briskly walked up and down the 500 and 600 blocks of East Landis to cut all five ribbons in about 45 minutes. Local officials acknowledge there is much to be done to return downtown Landis … Continue reading

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Resorts to unveil $5M conference center next week

Resorts Casino Hotel plans to unveil a nearly $5 million conference center next week on the Boardwalk, part of a larger push by city properties to capture more of the lucrative East Coast corporate meetings market. The space, with 15,000 … Continue reading

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Fishermen’s Energy Demonstrates Offshore Wind Foundation Access Ladder

Fishermen’s Energy¬†has built a full-scale mock-up of a new type of access ladder that it hopes will increase safety and provide greater access to offshore wind turbines. On Aug. 13, the offshore wind developer provided a hands-on demonstration of the … Continue reading

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New logo, price tag for Rowan at Burlington

Students, faculty, administrators and alumni celebrated Tuesday the new partnership between Burlington County College and Rowan University, along with a new tuition price tag and a new college logo. The rebranded Rowan College at Burlington County unveiled the name in … Continue reading

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