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Support grows for 177th to house F-35s

The New Jersey Air National Guard’s 177th Fighter Wing, based at Atlantic City International Airport, is among the units being considered by the U.S. Air Force to house the new F-35 fighter jets. The Air Force has started the process … Continue reading

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FAA Tech Center to test new unleaded gas

From the development of environmental friendly pavements aimed at reducing greenhouse gas to the creation of unleaded fuels for the general aviation industry, the William J. Hughes Technical Center is at the forefront of making the blue skies a little … Continue reading

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In Gloucester Twp., present intrudes on future

As David Mayer sees it, a mayor’s office is a great place to catch a glimpse of the future. “Mayors can see things before others do, because of the developers who come in and express interest,” says Mayer, 49, a … Continue reading

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Conner Strong forms alliance with Century to accelerate growth

Insurance brokerage and consulting firm Conner Strong & Buckelew announced that it has formed a strategic alliance with Century Equity Partners to accelerate its expansion goals. Century will acquire a minority interest in Conner Strong, the Marlton-based firm said in … Continue reading

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DRBA Airports Participate in New UAS Notice System

Delaware River and Bay Authority (DRBA) officials announced April 7 that the agency’s airports, including New Castle Airport – ILG, Cape May County Airport – WWD, Millville Airport – MIV and Delaware Air Park – 33N, have been selected to … Continue reading

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Housing, retail planned for Pennsauken Mart site

Camden County closed a $6.2 million deal Thursday to build apartments on the site of the old Pennsauken Mart on Route 130 in South Jersey. The Camden County Improvement Authority said it has reached a long-anticipated agreement with Delco Development … Continue reading

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Federal commission approves construction of gas compressor station in county

Federal regulators have granted an Oklahoma-based utility company’s request to build a natural gas compressor station in northern Burlington County, claiming the project would have “minimal adverse impacts” on landowners and the surrounding communities. The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission issued … Continue reading

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PSE&G to do work on Camden gas lines

PSE&G, the gas and electric utility serving Camden County, will begin replacing older gas lines in the city of Camden next week. “These upgrades are part of PSE&G’s three-year program to replace up to 510 miles of aging gas infrastructure … Continue reading

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New Pleasantville complex finding retail tenants

Two retail units at City Center on Main Street in Pleasantville will soon be occupied, and 7,000 square feet of space is still available for businesses to move in. “The perception is that we can’t fill the storefronts because they’re … Continue reading

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Rowan College at Burlington County unveils new Student Success Center

Representatives of Rowan College at Burlington County unveiled the first images of the Student Success Center, which is designed to be the centerpiece building as the college transitions its main campus from Pemberton Township to Route 38. Blueprints and renderings … Continue reading

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