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Christie Administration Announces Record $23.7 Million in Clean Communities Grants

The Christie Administration is awarding a record $23.7 million in Clean Communities grants to help municipalities and counties conduct litter cleanup efforts to help beautify New Jersey’s communities and roadsides. “Each New Jersey county is receiving Clean Communities money to … Continue reading

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Cooper House will open doors today

The soft launch of The Cooper House, the new restaurant in Cooper River Park, will take place today. A grand opening celebration is still set for June 5. The wholly renovated restaurant takes the place of The Lobster Trap, which … Continue reading

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PSE&G Looks for State Approval to Spend $275 Million on Solar Farms

The state’s largest utility is seeking to invest $275 million to build 10 solar grid-connected projects on former garbage dumps and brownfields, a proposal requiring approval from the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities. Public Service Electric & Gas is … Continue reading

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Dranoff plans to build apartments on Camden’s waterfront

Carl Dranoff, the Philadelphia-based developer who transformed Camden’s former RCA Victor factory into the city’s first luxury apartment building, has plans to build an apartment complex on the waterfront. The 156-unit building, next to the Campbell’s Field baseball stadium, would … Continue reading

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Atlantic City casino revenue up 4.4% so far in 2016

The city’s casino industry continued to grow moderately through the first four months of 2016, generating 4.4 percent more gambling revenue than during the same stretch last year, state regulators reported Thursday. The eight casino operators and their online affiliates … Continue reading

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Cape May County OKs $6.2M for central-dispatch center

Cape May County freeholders on Tuesday approved a $6.2 million bond ordinance to build a central-dispatch center for police, fire and rescue at the Cape May Airport. The county plans to move its emergency management offices and dispatch center out … Continue reading

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Tropicana to add new restaurants

Tropicana Atlantic City will add new seafood restaurants off the casino floor in collaboration with Iron Chef Jose Garces as the casino undergoes $40 million in renovations. Philadelphia-based Garces owns more than 15 restaurants across the country and once had … Continue reading

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Mt. Holly passes two ordinances for park improvements

Mt. Holly will receive funding for two park improvement initiatives thanks to the passing of bond ordinances at a recent town council meeting. The first bond ordinance authorizes funding for the $2.2 million renovation and rehabilitation of Mill Dam Park … Continue reading

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Golden Inn pushes back reopening after $15M renovation

The Golden Inn of Avalon, in the midst of a $15 million renovation and rebuilding project, hopes to open its 155 rooms to guests starting in mid-June. But the hotel’s new owners did have to move at least a few … Continue reading

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Merchantville wants old rail yard to be its new engine

A triangular tract of now mostly vacant land that was the engine of Merchantville’s growth in the 19th century could be the key to the borough’s future. “This is the last developable site in town,” says Mayor Ted Brennan, a … Continue reading

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