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Barnegat mining quarry could become adult community

Would you live in an adult community with art and sewing classes on site, parks and ponds to venture through and hospitality and wellness groups for needed assistance? What if it were built on an old mining quarry? Barnegat residents … Continue reading

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Blue Angels to perform at Millville Army Air Field Museum’s 2017 air show

The U.S. Navy’s Blue Angels flight demonstration squadron will headline the Millville Army Air Field Museum’s annual air show in 2017. Museum officials said the elite unit will perform in the skies above Millville Airport during the Wheels and Wings … Continue reading

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BPU approves $130M N.J. Natural Gas pipeline

The state Board of Public Utilities has approved the construction of a much-opposed natural gas pipeline that would run through several Burlington, Monmouth and Ocean county towns. The 28-mile, 30-inch pipeline would begin in Chesterfield and continue through North Hanover, … Continue reading

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Bike paths proposed for Atlantic City

Imagine a world where residents and visitors could bike from Ventnor to Gardner’s Basin. Residents gathered in City Council chambers Wednesday evening for a public information session on the possibility of bike lanes on Atlantic Avenue. The bike lanes would … Continue reading

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PATCO’s old rails get new life

What do you do with your trash when it’s the length of several men and is measured in tons? This is a question the Delaware River Port Authority faced last year during its renovation of PATCO rail over the Ben … Continue reading

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For 76ers, this is what ‘state-of-the-art’ looks like in Camden

While it remains a work in progress, the Philadelphia 76ers on Tuesday released a digital rendering of what its new “state-of-the-art” training facility coming to the Camden waterfront later this year is expected to look like. The 125,000-square-foot building will … Continue reading

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Ex-NFL player opens massive N.J. fitness complex, 8 years in the making

When former NFL wide receiver Kevin Johnson ended his playing career, he set out to create a one-stop health shop that would cater to everyone from those wanting to fit a quick workout into their busy schedules to high schoolers … Continue reading

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Borgata planning a massive outdoor pool complex to replace Festival Park

The resort’s concert venue Festival Park, which has hosted shows by The Killers, Southside Johnny and Willie Nelson, didn’t perform up to hotel’s expectations. “The occasional concerts simply did not provide us a profitable option,” Borgata senior vice-president of operations … Continue reading

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Cumberland County breaks ground on new arts and innovation center

Members of the community gathered Friday on the corner of High and Vine street for the groundbreaking ceremony of the Millville Arts & Innovation Center. The project for the new center has been a labor of various groups for the … Continue reading

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Landis Avenue to Welcome Microbrewery

A generational trend in craft beer consumption is making its way to the heart of Vineland, with the city’s newest microbrewery expected to open by summer. Brinx Jones Brewing Company is the vision of a Camden County entrepreneur who plans … Continue reading

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