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Garden State Express: October 15, 2012

Oct 15, 2012

A golf resort takeover in Galloway Township yields an early surplus for Richard Stockton College, the oldest church in Atlantic County marks its 220th anniversary and an effort is underway to save a ...


Garden State Express: October 12, 2012

Oct 12, 2012

Trenton Titans open the hockey season at Sun National Bank Center, an emergency drill will close the Bayonne Bridge for four hours Sunday morning and thousands of high schoolers have attended the ...


Garden State Express: October 11, 2012

Oct 11, 2012

Jersey City Film Festival opens with 53 movies playing through Sunday, Englweood Cliffs officials approve rezoning for new LG Electronics headquarters and the courts have ruled the Camden Diocese ...


Garden State Express: October 10, 2012

Oct 10, 2012

A $12 million charter school has opened in downtown Camden, Pleasantville is planning to ventilate gases from a landfill under two schools and a vacant Lambertville high school was demolished in one ...


Garden State Express: October 9, 2012

Oct 9, 2012

Newark officials break ground on a $27 million affordable housing development, state officials approve rules for handheld gambling in Atlantic City and Don Larsen's "perfect" World Series game jersey ...


Garden State Express: October 8, 2012

Oct 8, 2012

Jets Ticket Prices Take a Dive in Secondary Markets.

Statue to honor Moorestown's 87-year old Community House.

Long Branch Parade celebrates Columbus Day.



Garden State Express: October 5, 2012

Oct 5, 2012

Two months of delays are expected on I-195 in Robbinsville until a new overpass is ready, Ramapo College has broken ground on a $54 million nursing center and Elizabeth Public Library celebrates its ...


Garden State Express: October 4, 2012

Oct 4, 2012

Tests show parasites are present in Garret Mountain reservoirs in Woodland Park, Parvin State Park in Pittsgrove Township fully reopens Friday after cleanup from June storm and the Atlantic City ...


Garden State Express: October 3, 2012

Oct 3, 2012

Perth Amboy's Lauren Marrocco is New Jersey Teacher of the Year, pressure is on for the demolition of a 158-year-old Lambertville school building and South Jersey Healthcare got federal approval to ...


Garden State Express: October 2, 2012

Oct 2, 2012

The suspended director of the Atlantic City Rescue Mission has been given severance options, a judge ruled a train collection must be moved from the Pemberton railroad station and the College of St. ...


Garden State Express: October 1, 2012

Oct 1, 2012

HUD is sending $15 million to Passaic County to pay for Irene repairs, the Small Business Administration has named a Hackensack woman NJ Minority Small Businessperson of the Year and Hammonton's Eagle ...


Garden State Express: September 28, 2012

Sep 28, 2012

Millville has put restrictions on football game attendance, the Mater Dei Nursing and Rehab Center in Newfield is closing and Rutgers and Atlantic Cape Community College have opened a building in Mays ...


Garden State Express: September 27, 2012

Sep 27, 2012

The elevation and flood buyout process has begun in Pompton Lakes, Atlantic City Council approves $103 million in bonds to pay casino tax refunds and construction has begun on a solar farm to power ...


Garden State Express: September 26, 2012

Sep 26, 2012

Members of the Paterson City Council voted against declaring a state of emergency, Princeton approved a study to investigate an arts and transit project and a new runway safety feature was installed ...