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Program Gives Students with Special Needs Real World Job Experience

2-11-15
Brick Township High School offers a Structured Learning Program, which allows students with special needs to work as interns at various participating businesses.
150210Aron

Revel Sale on Hold

2-10-15
The sale of the shuttered Revel casino to Glenn Straub is on hold after the deadline to close passed. But a judge gave the parties until March 16 to sort out the details.
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Property Valuation Committee Co-Chair: NJ Needs Reduction in Property Taxes

2-10-15
Property Valuation Committee of the State Bar Association Co-Chair David Wolfe says that property taxes in New Jersey continue to increase because they are a primary source of funding for municipalities but that the state needs to reduce them.
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School Bus Ads Bring Additional Revenue to Districts

2-10-15
Some New Jersey school districts are selling ad space on buses to generate funds for their budgets.
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Legislation Would Prohibit Action Against Employees Who Can’t Get to Work During State of Emergency

2-9-15
Sen. Peter Barnes crafted a bill that would prohibit businesses from taking adverse employment actions against an employee who can't get to work during a state of emergency.
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Power Auction Could Mean Lower Electricity Prices for Ratepayers in New Jersey

2-9-15
Cheap natural gas is only one factor in the possible price drop. Outstanding actions against one utility and parent-company merger could also help.
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AC Casino Closures Affect Other Businesses

2-5-15
Formica Brothers Bakery, in business in Atlantic City for nearly 100 years, is starting to struggle with the closing of casinos.
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Casino Workers Turn to Food Bank for Help

2-4-15
After Robert Worrell got his hours cut at Harrah's and his wife Ngoc lost her job at Revel, the couple has been going to the Community FoodBank of New Jersey.
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These towns have N.J.’s highest property taxes

2-4-15
By Emily Bader for NJBIZ“Another day, another dollar,” the saying goes. Well, when it comes to property taxes, for the average New Jerseyan, it's more like “another day, another $22.”Because, as a state with one of the nation’s ...
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Business Picking Up in New Jersey

2-3-15
The economy has improved with more businesses popping up in northern and central New Jersey, according to The Goldstein Group.