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PSE&G touts new NJ power plant

New Jersey’s largest utility is touting a new power plant that’s being built at a facility that was severely damaged by Superstorm Sandy. Republican Gov. Chris Christie and Democratic State Senate President Steve Sweeney were among those taking part in … Continue reading

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Three Camden projects get tax breaks

A state authority approved a $20.5 million tax break Tuesday for an apartment complex described as the start of a massive makeover for Camden’s Waterfront. The Economic Development Authority also backed incentives worth $14 million for a garage that would serve workers … Continue reading

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Avalon Completes Back Passing Beach Nourishment Project

The Borough of Avalon has completed a successful sand back passing project on its north end beachfront. The project resulted in 55,000 cubic yards of sand being taken from a central Avalon beach and moved to areas along the north … Continue reading

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Blatstein could own A.C.’s Garden Pier next month

The city is a step closer to selling Garden Pier for $1.5 million to developer Bart Blatstein. City Council introduced an ordinance Wednesday letting the mayor and city clerk strike a deal with Blatstein’s Tower Investments Inc. for the pier. … Continue reading

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Power stays on: Permit allows 2 N.J. nuclear reactors to keep operating

New Jersey granted a five-year permit that will allow PSEG Nuclear to continue to draw billions of gallons of water from the Delaware River to cool two of its nuclear reactors in Salem County. The Department of Environmental Protection’s permit does … Continue reading

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Rowan Led Research Team Develops Highly Accurate Blood Test For Alzheimer’s Disease

Early detection of Alzheimer’s Disease may be more possible than ever thanks to a group of researchers from Rowan University. The team of researchers was led by Dr. Robert Nagele from the university’s School of Osteopathic Medicine and Durin Technologies. The group announced that … Continue reading

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Stockton President Discusses Expansion Into Atlantic City

About 520 Stockton University students will get a view overlooking the beach in Atlantic City, according to the plans for the school’s expansion presented by President Harvey Kesselman this week. Kesselman made his presentation at the New Jersey Alliance for … Continue reading

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Olde Stone Village holds community yard sale June 11

The Washington Township Historic Preservation Commission will host its annual Community Yard Saturday June 11 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Old Stone Village, Egg Harbor Road. Shopper entry is free. Shop over 50 yard sale spaces and tour … Continue reading

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Could a train station be coming to ACY?

Legislation that would clear the way for the construction of a train station at the Atlantic City International Airport was advanced by the Assembly Transportation and Independent Authorities Committee Monday morning. The bill, sponsored by Assemblyman Tim Eustace, a Democrat … Continue reading

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Demolition of long-vacant bank paves way for ‘walkable’ downtown Evesham

Ken Harper was just 10 years old when he walked into the doors of the then-First Bank of Marlton on the corner of Cooper Avenue Main Street in Evesham Township and opened his first bank account. His wife, Terri, said … Continue reading

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