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150428Cruz

HUD Designates Camden as Urban Hope Center

4-28-15
The federal department of Housing and Urban Development has designated Camden as one of eight urban hope centers, showing it's moving in the right direction.
150428Medina

Hispanic Chamber Chair: Opening Business Relationships with Cuba Could Lead to Democracy

4-28-15
New Jersey Statewide Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Chairman Carlos Medina says that Cuban business have a willingness to work with the U.S. and he believes opening business relationships could lead to democracy in Cuba.
150427Cruz

New Mixed Income Housing Development Continues Newark Downtown Rebound

4-27-15
Newark officials unveiled two new properties that will include affordable housing units.
150427Orton

Etsy’s IPO for Investors and ROI for Artists

4-27-15
Some New Jerseyans are using Etsy to sell their wares and are having great success.
150424Hill

Stevens Institute Hosts Trading Day for High Schoolers

4-24-15
For the second year, Stevens Institute of Technology held Trading Day for high school students to compete in investing in the stock market.
150423Aron

Senate Republicans Introduce Job Creation Bills

4-23-15
Senate Republicans introduced bills aimed at creating jobs statewide, with some linking state colleges and universities with employers.
150423Wanko

Waterfront Home Sales Along The Shore Increasing

4-23-15
Waterfront property across the Jersey Shore have increased in sales. Some properties are reaching its accessed value prior to Hurricane Sandy.
150423Adelman

NJAWBO President: Women Owned Businesses On The Rise

4-23-15
NJ Association of Women Business Owners President Mary Adelman spoke with NJTV News anchor Mary Alice Williams about how women owned business are on the rise and how they're faring in today's economy.
150422Aron2

State Education Funding Flat for Fourth Year in a Row

4-22-15
Some lawmakers expressed concern that education funding from the state has remained steady for four years while costs for districts have increased.
150422Hill

New System Aims to End Chronic Homelessness in Mercer County

4-22-15
The Coordinated Entry and Assessment System is meant to help chronically homeless singles in Mercer County.