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  • Camden County College establishes path for nontraditional and lower income students

    For a good number of students, four-year private universities are not within their financial reach, yet they still have a dire need for additional education and training. Camden County College President Donald Borden is keenly aware of what’s at stake for students who can’t attain education after high school. “If students don’t get a post-secondary […]

  • Bike path construction underway at Cow Point

    If you see construction on what’s known as the Cow Point property on Stokes Road, don’t be alarmed. A bike path is coming. Township officials announced Tuesday that crews are constructing the path, which is part of the Medford Bicycle Plan and will travel along Branin Road, on the north edge of the preserved 150-acre […]

  • Inspira Vineland treats seniors in new specialized emergency department

    When Stella McFarland and her family were transported to the emergency department at Inspira on a recent Thursday morning, they didn’t know she would be getting treatment in a specialized area designed for seniors. In a separate waiting area, large windows with natural light replace harsh, artificial light. The chairs stand at different heights, accounting […]

  • Expanding bank could be Commerce clone

    Some new bank branches in South Jersey might already seem familiar. Free checking? Extended hours? A mascot? Sounds a lot like Commerce Bank, which dominated this area until its sale to TD Bank‘s parent firm in 2008. But the branches – in Cherry Hill, Sicklerville and Medford – were opened this year by expansion-minded Republic […]

  • Stockton, S.J. Gas Share Urban Investment Award for A.C. Gateway Project

    HADDONFIELD, N.J. — Stockton University and South Jersey Gas were honored with the Urban Investment Award at the Southern New Jersey Development Council’s Annual Awards Reception held in Haddonfield. The award was presented for their collaborative effort in developing the Atlantic City Gateway Project, which includes a new residential campus in Atlantic City and a […]

  • Will new athletic facility for Rutgers replace Campbell’s Field on Camden waterfront?

    Talks underway to raze Campbell’s Field on the Camden waterfront and replace it with a sports complex for Rutgers-Camden have excited some and concerned others. But a Camden County spokesman says it’s premature to either fear or celebrate what may happen to the valuable eight acres that provide a perch for viewing Philadelphia’s skyline and […]

  • Hungry? 25 food trucks coming to Pitman this weekend

    If you come to Pitman this weekend, you can “travel the world,” or so Pitman Police Chief Dan McAteer says. That’s to say you can taste different cuisines from all over the world, when the town hosts its 2nd annual food truck festival on Saturday to benefit the police department’s K-9 unit and Ranger, its […]

  • CRDA looks to purchase former Ginsburg Bakery

    The Casino Reinvestment Development Authority is exploring the idea of purchasing the former Ginsburg Bakery to house equipment and offices used by the Special Improvement Division. The 59,000-square-foot building has been empty since 2015, when Ginsburg Bakery merged with another bakery and moved to Camden County. During the agency’s meeting in October, the board approved […]

  • NJ invests $8.4M to expand talent development centers

    New Jersey’s Department of Labor & Workforce Development announced an $8.4 million investment of state funds into expanding the state’s talent development centers, which are dedicated to creating partnerships between industries and state colleges to offer training and employment opportunities. The state will create four additional talent development centers that focus on the industries of […]

  • Salem County Railroad’s Facelift Expected to Boost Tourism, Economy

    An old railroad is about to get a new look. On Tuesday, October 31st, the Salem County Board of Chosen Freeholders officially broke ground on a new railway project. “The project encompasses miles of railroad,” said Bob Vanderslice, Salem County Freeholder Director. “It’s estimated to cost about a million dollars a mile.” However, to counter […]