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  • Camden building takes panes not to block view

    An office building rising on the city’s Waterfront will offer dramatic views of the Delaware River, downtown Philadelphia and the setting sun. But those vistas won’t be viewed just by workers inside the future headquarters of American Water Co. People on a busy Camden street will be able to see them, too – by looking […]

  • Inspira Health Network Celebrates Opening of Williamstown Center

    Inspira Health Network has opened its newest urgent care location, Inspira Urgent Care Williamstown. Located at 364 Berlin-Cross Keys Road, the 5,126-square-foot center is designed to provide care for a wide range of non-life-threatening illnesses and injuries. It features 10 exam rooms and on-site X-ray services for Urgent Care patients. “Inspira is growing rapidly to […]

  • Cherry Hill council advances new redevelopment plan

    Cherry Hill Township council on Monday night approved a revised redevelopment plan that calls for fewer homes and more trees on some 20 acres between Hampton Road and Cuthbert Boulevard. The changes, made after meetings with unhappy neighbors, allow for 252 apartments at the complex, down from 300 units, according to a summary provided by […]

  • Inspira plans to expand Vineland hospital to meet patient demand

    Inspira Medical Center in Vineland is adding two stories to its outpatient wing to be completed late next year, officials announced this month. Demand has grown for both emergency care and inpatient beds at the hospital, which led to plans to add 36 private-patient rooms, two family lounges and a consultation room, officials said. ER visits […]

  • Boardwalk Hall lobby to go through $10 million renovation project

    For years, people attending events at Historic Boardwalk Hall have been greeted by a dark, uninviting lobby. But that is about to change, as the Casino Reinvestment Development Authority looks to spend more than $10 million to renovate the area. As part of the renovation, the contractor will replace the escalators, which hasn’t been done […]

  • Agri-Tourism Redefines the Brand and Expands the Season on the Jersey Cape

    The positive impact from the increase in wineries, breweries and distilleries in Cape May County is being felt in many ways. The growth in beverage tourism, a large component of agri-tourism, is evident during the summer months, but is also directly linked to the increase in visitors during the shoulder season, according to a release. […]

  • Temple University Signs Transfer Agreement with Cumberland County College

    Temple University has joined the list of schools that will ease their process of transferring for students at Cumberland County College (CCC). CCC officials and President Dr. Yves Salomon-Fernandez, welcomed Temple University’s Michele O’Connor, Associate Vice Provost for Undergraduate Studies, and Hailey King, Coordinator of Undergraduate Strategic Initiatives-Transfer, signing the agreement that will allow students […]

  • Project brings market-rate housing back to Atlantic City

    A year from now, the Atlantic City’s skyline will look completely different. The Stockton University Gateway project will be open in the Chelsea section of the city. In the South Inlet section, Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City and The Beach at South Inlet, a residential project on a grassy 4-acre lot bound by […]

  • Lidl opens its first grocery store in New Jersey

    A long line of people stood outside on a brisk and cloudy Thursday to get a glimpse of a new grocery store in Vineland. Lidl, an international discount chain, opened its first location in New Jersey and celebrated its grand opening with a ribbon-cutting ceremony. The combination of dancing, music and curiosity about the new […]