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  • 2-day country music, food truck festival coming to Atlantic City’s Bader Field

    A two-day festival combining country music and food trucks will occupy Bader Field in the fall. The Garden State Country Music Food Truck Festival will pull together “nationally headlining country music artists” and more than 40 food trucks from the area Sept. 30 and Oct. 1, according to the event’s website. While acts have not […]

  • Tesla wants to open store in Cherry Hill

    An electric-car maker wants to convert a local furniture store into a sales and service outlet for its vehicles. Tesla Inc. is seeking approval to redevelop the former By Design store on Route 70 east of Haddonfield Road, according to Cherry Hill’s planning board. The board is to consider the company’s plans on Monday night. […]

  • CRDA plan looks to expand Atlantic City’s appeal

    A lot has changed since the Casino Reinvestment Development Authority developed its Tourism District master plan in 2012.¬†Five casinos closed. The city’s value dropped by $11 billion in five years. Now the state agency that oversees the district is developing a blueprint that might make it easier for companies to turn old industrial buildings into […]

  • The next Keurig? Why Swiss-based Flatev is setting up its U.S. manufacturing in New Jersey

    Flatev, a Zurich, Switzerland-based food and tabletop appliance manufacturer in the flatbreads space, will establish its first global manufacturing operation at the Rutgers Food Innovation Center business incubator facility in Bridgeton. Flatev executives met with officials from the Rutgers Food Innovation Center, Choose New Jersey and other business leaders in Princeton on Friday to demonstrate […]

  • American Water building underway in Camden

    Construction equipment rumbled Monday at the future site of American Water Co. headquarters along the Delaware River waterfront. More than 600 employees will call the new five-story, 220,000 square-foot building home. The company will consolidate its workers from its Voorhees headquarters and from leased facilities in Cherry Hill, Haddon Heights and Mount Laurel into the […]

  • Pinelands Commission approves South Jersey Gas pipeline

    New Jersey regulators have approved a measure allowing a natural gas pipeline to run through the federally protected Pinelands preserve. The Pinelands Commission voted Friday morning on the fate of the 22-mile South Jersey Gas pipeline proposed to run from Maurice River Township to the B.L. England generating station in Upper Township. Supporters say the […]

  • Former Camden library may have new life

    A redevelopment project could turn the page for a long-vacant downtown library building. A cafe and office space are planned for the neoclassical structure at 418 Federal St. that served until 2011 as the headquarters for a municipal library system. Ongoing projects include a Rutgers University-Camden nursing school on the 500 block of Federal Street […]

  • Comcast adds 170 hotspots in Cherry Hill

    Comcast recently added more than 170 outdoor Wi-Fi hotspots in the Cherry Hill region. The company said the new Xfinity hotspots, added in or near parks, shopping centers, dining areas, government offices and other areas, brings the number of hotspots available to customers to more than 750. “As we continue to invest in our Wi-Fi […]