News Room

  • Atlantic City Electric to modernize grid

    Atlantic City Electric will spend $79 million on system upgrades and new infrastructure to its electric grid to further improve system reliability during the next five years. The New Jersey Board of Public Utilities announced Wednesday its approval of PowerAhead, the electric company’s grid-resiliency program. PowerAhead is a wide-ranging plan to update the electric grid […]

  • MGM and Caesars look to partner on Atlantic City project

    MGM Resorts International, owner of Borgata, and Caesars Entertainment Corp. are looking to team up on a project in Atlantic City. “It has been great to have a partner like MGM who is looking at properties that we can go develop,” said Mark Frissora, President and CEO for Caesars Entertainment. “We think the future is […]

  • AtlantiCare bringing giant ‘medical mall’ to Stafford

    It won’t be your typical medical office building. A 60,000-square-foot-building going up on Route 72 in Stafford, next to Walmart, will be home to AtlantiCare Health Park, Manahawkin Campus. In 2015, AtlantiCare, which also operates AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center in Galloway and is part of the Geisinger Health System, purchased the former Pathmark and a […]

  • Ocean Drive Bridges Top County List for Replacement

    Cape May County Engineer Dale Foster doesn’t even pause over the question of which bridges in Cape May County are in the direst need of replacement. Four of the five bridges along Ocean Drive, a stretch of scenic road connecting the county’s barrier island resorts, he says. The fifth, in the north end of Ocean […]

  • Atlantic County gets ratings boost on economic outlook

    Atlantic County‘s economic outlook got a ratings boost from Standard and Poor’s Global Ratings this month. According to a recent report, S&P raised the county’s economic outlook from “negative” to “stable,” citing strong county management, budgetary flexibility, and stability brought by the payments in lieu of taxes that casinos pay to Atlantic City. “Despite the […]

  • Washington Township development begins despite mayor’s misgivings

    A development project for more than 500 housing units, a medical facility and shops broke ground last week, despite the mayor’s not-so-enthusiastic support. Washington Square, a mixed-use development at Hurffville Crosskeys Road, is approved for hundreds of housing units and 70,000 square feet of medical and retail space on a 35-acre plot between Virtua Health […]

  • Millville Wheels & Wings Airshow featuring the Blue Angels set for May 27-28

    The Millville Army Air Field Museum (MAAFM) will proudly honor the 75th anniversary of Millville Executive Airport when it presents the United States Navy Blue Angels Flight Demonstration Squadron headlining the 2017 Millville Wheels & Wings Airshow — saluting all military and veterans on Memorial Day Weekend 2017. The prestigious U.S. Navy Blue Angels will […]

  • Kennedy Health System unveils $80M expansion at oldest hospital

    A two-year-long renovation at Kennedy University Hospital came to a close Tuesday, as the hospital revealed a sparkling, $80 million addition to its Cherry Hill campus. The day marked the end of the first phase of renovations at the campus. Several hundred people, including hospital administrators, doctors, nurses, community members and elected officials, arrived at […]

  • Construction on Stockton Tech Park officially begins after decade of delays

    After a decade of disappointments and setbacks, federal and local officials broke ground Monday on the Stockton Aviation Research and Technology Park. In the next few weeks, Hessert Construction Group will begin laying the foundation for the three-story, 66,000-square-foot building that will create an estimated 200 to 250 full-time jobs and feature high-speed connectivity to […]

  • Premier Orthopaedic opens expanded Vineland site

    Premier Orthopaedic Associates celebrated the grand opening of its expanded, 11,500-square-foot Vineland facility. The facility can perform same-day outpatient athletic joint replacements and allows for research and procedures such as stem cell transplants, ultrasound guided injections and platelet-rich plasma, or PRP, treatments, according to a statement. The contemporary design of the facility is part of […]

  • Atlantic County to break ground on Stockton Tech Park

    After a decade of delays and legal battles, Atlantic County is scheduled to break ground on the first building of the Stockton Aviation Research and Technology Park. Once completed, the park will providestable, high-paying jobs as county and state officials try to diversify the region’s gaming-dependent economy, which has struggled with the rise of competition. […]