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Labor Department helping A.C. workers

Workers in Atlantic City have faced challenging times and the New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development has been on the scene to help people get re-employed or retrained for new careers. Recently, we were awarded a $29.4 million … Continue reading

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Tech nonprofit ‘Girl Develop It’ moves to South Jersey

“Why should Philly have all the fun?” That was the response from Pamela Bey when asked why she is working hard to build a South Jersey technology scene in Camden. Bey – the owner of Be Brilliant Media, a company … Continue reading

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As health market booms, Kennedy Hospital launches $200 million expansion in Cherry Hill

With an eye on rapid revitalization efforts around Cherry Hill and the expansion of competing health care systems, Kennedy University Hospital marked a major milestone on Thursday morning as it broke ground on a two-phase, $200 million expansion project to … Continue reading

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Stockton aviation park moves closer toward construction

More than a year after taking charge of the project, Stockton University is about to accept a land lease that will allow construction to begin on an aviation research park considered crucial for attracting new jobs and industry to South … Continue reading

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Woodbury hopes to keep Inspira hospital in the city

Compelled by the mere prospect that Inspira Medical Center could close its doors in the city, Woodbury leaders are vigorously planning to try to retain the hospital – a longtime institution in a city aiming to reinvigorate itself. City officials … Continue reading

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Newark airport monorail targeted for scrap heap, cost $354M to build

The 19-year-old AirTrain monorail system at Newark Liberty International Airport is being targeted for replacement. The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey has not publicly estimated the cost of a new system, or said when it expected the … Continue reading

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Salem County partners with state for Bayshore Heritage Scenic Byway signs

Salem County announced a partnership with the New Jersey Department of Transportation that will allow them to install signs along a cultural roadway. Established in 2009, The Bayshore Heritage Scenic Byway is a 122-mile route that cuts through 19 municipalities … Continue reading

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Kennedy breaking ground for Cherry Hill hospital renovation

Kennedy Health, the southern New Jersey system, announced that it will break ground on the $65 million Phase I renovation of Kennedy University Hospital in Cherry Hill, part of an overall $200 million revitalization of the hospital campus, which opened … Continue reading

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Vineland looks to the future rather than its storied past

This has long been a place where people tend to talk a lot about how things used to be. So in the 1960s and ’70s, when Vineland began suffering the diminishing relevance of its downtown – after a new mall … Continue reading

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Bergen companies propose sportsplex in Atlantic City

Almost a decade after Bader Field, Atlantic City’s municipal airport shut down, two Bergen County companies are in talks with municipal officials to redevelop the former airfield into a 142-acre sports complex, in hopes of bringing in thousands of young … Continue reading

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