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Jersey Shore Rental Business Up, But Not at Pre-Sandy Levels

4-6-15
Most realtors say the summer rental business for properties at the Jersey Shore is steadily improving, but most are still not reaching the levels they were before Hurricane Sandy hit.
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Medford Officials Consider Buying Cemetery to Generate Revenue

4-6-15
Members of the Medford Township council are working out an agreement to purchase Park View Cemetery, which estimates project could generate about $80 million over 50 years.
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Former Olympic Fencer Runs Business, Teaches Kids the Sport

4-6-15
Orange native Robert Cottingham, a member of the 1988 and 1992 U.S. Olympic fencing team, now runs his own business in Newark and teaches young people how to fence.
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Revel Sale to Straub Approved

4-3-15
Florida developer Glenn Straub will buy the shuttered Revel casino for $82 million.
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Transportation Commissioner: Fund Will Be Broke Next Year

4-2-15
Transportation Commissioner Jamie Fox told the Senate Budget Committee that while the Transportation Trust Fund is not depleted yet, it will be July 1, 2016.
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Turning Waste into Energy

3-31-15
Ridgewood's Department of Public Works is making waste profitable, saving money for taxpayers and reducing greenhouse gases.
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Governor and Legislature Expect Similar Revenue Growth

3-30-15
The Assembly Budget Committee met at the State House today to hear revenue projections for the state.
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Picatinny Arsenal Introduces Girls to Engineering

3-30-15
The Army's Picatinny Arsenal holds an annual event called "Introduce a Girl to Engineering," which shows girls the types of work they can do with engineering degrees.
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Job Figures Show State Expanding, Jersey City Booming

3-27-15
Jersey City officials say its residential building boom is creating jobs and economic activity that hasn't been seen in decades.
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AC Emergency Managers Call for Major Cuts, Diverting Payments to Help Struggling City

3-25-15
To help save Atlantic City from bankruptcy, the emergency managers have recommended a $10 million cut in operating costs and layoffs, delaying or reducing pension and benefit payments and diverting money from other areas.