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$1.8 million Linwood medical complex provides path to health

LINWOOD – The impressive $1.8 million AC Best Docs medical and wellness complex in the Cornerstone Commerce Center is laid out in a loop. Marc Cohen, who had a lead role in its design, thinks of it as a “circle … Continue reading

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CRDA rolling out new color-coded sign system for Atlantic City

Everyone is looking for some kind of sign – especially Atlantic City tourists. But a hodgepodge of confusing signs, quirky roads and oddly labeled exits have made it difficult for out-of-towners to figure out where they’re going. That’s why the … Continue reading

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First NJ Sandy elevation grants approved for 26 Brigantine homes

A statewide program that aims to help homeowners elevate their homes after Hurricane Sandy has approved grants for 26 properties in Brigantine. Those are the first grants approved through the Hazard Mitigation Grant Program, which was announced last summer. The … Continue reading

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DRPA sets sights on toll, painting, tunnel and paving projects

Track work on the Benjamin Franklin Bridge isn’t the only thing keeping the Delaware River Port Authority (DRPA) busy. While the authority is in the midst of replacing the 30-year old rails that carry PATCO trains across the bridge, it … Continue reading

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Stockton institute measures Atlantic City tourism industry

Nearly four years ago,┬áThe Richard Stockton College of New Jersey embarked on a mission to create a gambling and tourism think tank that would rival the academic gambling voices in the western part of the country. Today, the Lloyd D. … Continue reading

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EDA to begin offering N.J. entrepreneurs one-on-one access to investors

The state Economic Development Authority will begin making a quarterly commitment to giving Garden State entrepreneurs individual access to angel investors and venture capitalists. To help build the startup ecosystem in the state, the EDA will invite angels and VC … Continue reading

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Pennsville School District OKs high school infrastructure upgrades

The Pennsville School District’s Board of Education approved nearly $2 million of infrastructure upgrades for facility needs in the high school building. After the district was approved for ROD (Regular Operating Districts) grant funding, the district will borrow the funds … Continue reading

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Massive project underway to build Bay beaches

The rumble and squeal of heavy equipment cut the air at Pierces Point as work continued on a $1.6 million restoration project on five southern New Jersey beaches on the Delaware Bay critical to horseshoe crabs. The $1.65 million federally … Continue reading

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United starts flying out of Atlantic City to Chicago, Houston

Spirit Airlines is no longer the only game in town for passengers who want to fly out of Atlantic City International Airport. Central and southern New Jerseyans bound for Chicago and Houston now have an additional flying option available as … Continue reading

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Colliers International sells 78,000 sq. ft. industrial building in South Jersey

Colliers International’s Southern New Jersey division announced the sale of 180 Heller Place in the Interstate Business Park located in Bellmawr. According to Marc Isdaner, senior vice president and principal of the Colliers International Southern New Jersey division, said the … Continue reading

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