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160513Delmore

Network Center Prepares for Spike During Political Conventions

5-13-16
The Global Network Operations Center, or GNOC, is outfitting Cleveland and Philadelphia for a spike in internet usage during political conventions by deploying antenna systems across the city.
160512Flanagan

Route 35 Project $76M Over Budget, 1 Year Over Deadline

5-12-16
The total price tag to repair a 12.5-mile stretch of Route 35 from Bay Head to Seaside Heights devastated by Superstorm Sandy will be $341 million, an estimated $27 million per mile.
160512Cruz

An Atlantic City Deal Appears Close, Or Not, Depending on Who You Talk To

5-12-16
Lawmakers haven't come to an agreement on what to do with Atlantic City, but some say a deal is close.
160511Aron

Christie Announces Business Tax Break, Talks AC and Trump Transition Team

5-11-16
At an event where he announced another business tax break, Gov. Christie also talked about the ongoing financial crisis in Atlantic City and Donald Trump's decision to name him head of his transition team.
160511Hill

Newark Rent Control Board Rejects Landlord’s Application

5-11-16
Members of the Newark Rent Control Board unanimously voted to reject a landlord's request for a rent increase of nearly 17 percent.
160511Delmore

Almost 12 Percent of New Jerseyans Go Hungry

5-11-16
A report by the national nonprofit Feeding America measured the food insecurity rate and found the highest rates of hunger in New Jerseys' four southern-most counties.
160510Cruz

Senate Budget Committee Quizzes Acting Treasurer on State of State’s Pocketbook

5-10-16
The acting state treasurer talked about New Jersey's ability to make future pension payments during the Senate Budget Committee hearing.
160510Wage

NJ Groups Debate Over Effects of Raising the Minimum Wage

5-10-16
New Jersey Working Families Executive Director Analilia Mejia and the NJBIA President and CEO Michele Siekerka debate the effects of raising the minimum wage.
160509Vannozzi

Holtec Brings Construction, Jobs to Camden

5-9-16
After receiving a $260 million tax incentive from the state to relocate to Camden, Holtec is building and plans to hire about 1,000 people to work on the site by the end of the decade.
160506Cruz

Dems Caucus on the Morning After in Hopes of Generating Another Compromise Bill

5-6-16
Assembly Democrats met with the hopes of hammering out a new compromise Atlantic City rescue bill after Speaker Vincent Prieto failed to garner enough support for his proposal.