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Inspira Medical Center Vineland celebrates 10-year anniversary

After a decade of service, 633,402 emergency room visits, 155,366 admissions, 141,750 surgeries, 21,281 births and a name change – Inspira Medical Center Vineland continues to serve its community. The hospital celebrated its 10th anniversary on Aug. 8. “The opening … Continue reading

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For Camden neighborhood, park project to open up a path to the river

This industrial five-acre lot in Camden’s Waterfront South neighborhood is slated to become Phoenix Park come spring. It would be the neighborhood’s first access point to the Delaware River – and a welcome escape for the community, which has for … Continue reading

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Bridor to add pastry manufacturing to Vineland facility with $32 million expansion

Bridor Inc., an international bread and pastry manufacturer, is recommitting itself to its Vineland facility by investing into a $32 million expansion. The facility will be expanded from 136,000 square feet to 183,000 square feet and the amount of employees … Continue reading

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Philly-area restaurateur expanding into Jersey

Expected to open by the year’s end, Harvest Seasonal Grill & Wine Bar is being created by restaurateur Dave Magrogan. He’s the man behind regional chains Kildare’s Irish Pub, Doc Magrogan’s Oyster House and Stella Rosa Ristorante, all rooted in … Continue reading

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Burlington Twp. builds toward comeback

A ShopRite, a Kia dealer, a McDonald’s and another Burlington Coat Factory warehouse are on the way. A Walmart Supercenter and a Chick-fil-A already have arrived. The Burlington Center Mall is undergoing a transformation. These businesses are part of a … Continue reading

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Official Groundbreaking for Gloucester Township Premium Outlets Set for August 7

Ground will officially be broken on the Gloucester Township Premium Outlets project Aug. 7, retail real estate company Simon announced. During the groundbreaking, the latest project renderings will be unveiled to the public. The outlets are projected to open at … Continue reading

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Airfares from Atlantic City remain among cheapest in the nation

Atlantic City International Airport‘s reputation for having some of the nation’s cheapest ticket prices remained intact in the most recent quarterly airfare report compiled by the federal government. Figures released this week by the U.S. Bureau of Transportation Statistics show … Continue reading

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South Jersey arts organizations receive $1.1M in grant funds from N.J. council

Arts programs in Gloucester, Salem and Cumberland counties will receive more than $1.18 million in grant funding from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts. Announced at the council’s 48th annual meeting in Trenton, the grants were awarded to … Continue reading

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Medford eases Rt. 70 restrictions for business development

Neither new shopping centers nor fast-food restaurants are permitted along Route 70 in the Pinelands community of Medford. Only the smallest of new businesses can locate there because of restrictions on building size. Those are among scenarios that would change … Continue reading

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LoBiondo Announces More Than $3 Million for South Jersey Airports

U.S. Congressman Frank A. LoBiondo (NJ-02), Chairman of the House Aviation Subcommittee, today announced $1,050,000 in federal funding from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to Cape May County for their county airport and $2,055,120 to the┬áCity of Millville for their … Continue reading

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