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Ohio company unveils 400K sq.ft. South Jersey facility

An Ohio fencing and railing company has opened its new manufacturing and distribution center in Galloway near Egg Harbor City. The 400,000-square-foot center will house Barrette Outdoor Living’s aluminum and vinyl fence and rail manufacturing operations, the company said in … Continue reading

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Evesham landmark to be redeveloped

A proposed redevelopment project could breath new life into a site that once served as a staple in town to residents and passers-by alike. If all goes as planned the long-shuttered Olga’s Diner will be torn down to make room … Continue reading

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New Cumberland technical high school preps for first classes

Patients are already waiting for the first full-time students to arrive at the new Cumberland County Technical Education Center. The five medical mannequins, or patient simulators, are just a few of the state-of-the-art materials students will use when they arrive … Continue reading

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Stockton takes over Noyes museum ownership

Stockton University is now the official owner of the Noyes Museum and its artwork. In a press release issued Tuesday by the university, The Mr. and Mrs. Fred Winslow Noyes Foundation and The Noyes Museum of Art announced the transfer … Continue reading

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Atlantic City Electric hosts interns with energy

More than a dozen undergraduate and graduate students have had the opportunity this summer to take part in Atlantic City Electric (ACE) internship programs in various departments at the company, where the students gain hands-on experience working in the office … Continue reading

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Atlantic City receives $50 million bid for Bader Field

The highest bid for Bader Field was $50 million, a figure much lower than city officials had publicly hoped for, auctioneer Max Spann announced Thursday. The city is still considering the two bids for the former airport, Max Spann said … Continue reading

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Hidden Camden forest to become nature preserve

At the edge of a rundown neighborhood in Cramer Hill – past overgrown lots, abandoned houses and homes protected by iron bars – is a natural wonder. It’s an urban forest that stretches along the Delaware River waterfront, an isolated … Continue reading

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LoBiondo Announces More Than $2.4 Million to South Jersey Airports

U.S. Congressman Frank A. LoBiondo (NJ-02), Chairman of the House Aviation Subcommittee, on Aug. 12 announced two separate grants from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), including $2,341,458 to the Delaware River & Bay Authority for the Millville municipal airport. The … Continue reading

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New Eight & Sand brewery celebrates SJ rail history

Woodbury, like many Gloucester County towns, has as its backbone a freight rail line from which you can trace local history. So, when longtime buddies Chris Mazzone of Sewell and Chris Burke of Absecon christened their craft brewery, there was … Continue reading

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Burlington County’s Crystal Lake Park in Mansfield to reopen after $2.6M renovations

Burlington County’s newest improved park, now with hiking and horse trails, a picnic pavilion and better public access, was once slated for about 600 new homes in the rural township. Back in 2007, the county, in its largest preservation deal … Continue reading

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