Tuesday Aug 26
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Atlantic City struggles to change its image Casino closings will lead to job losses in Ocean County.
Sun Aug 24, 2014
Opinion: With 'sunshine' come a few burns
There is no question that OPRA, despite its flaws and those who abuse it for political ends, has been beneficial in shedding light on matters that might otherwise remain hidden.
Wed Aug 13, 2014
Revel more viable as a mixed-use commercial space, say experts
With Atlantic City's Revel Casino Hotel not turning a profit as a casino hotel since it opened in April 2012, experts say the property could have more viability as a mixed-use commercial space.
The Daily Journal
Village ShopRite stores raising funds for HERO Campaign
During the month, ShopRite cashiers will ask customers if they wish to purchase a $1 HERO Ribbon as they go through checkout.
Tue Aug 12, 2014
New Educational Institute Case Study Walks Students through Accounting Tasks
American Hotel & Lodging Educational Institute 800 N. Magnolia, Suite 300 Orlando, FL 32803 United States Tollfree: 349-0299 Phone: 999-8100 Fax: 236-7848 Visit Website The American Hotel & Lodging Educational Institute has published a new learning resource to help hospitality management students better understand the many ways accounting is used ... (more)
Mon Aug 11, 2014
Mapping a deadly 1860 shipwreck off Atlantic City
A remotely operated vehicle - with embedded camera - was lowered over the side of the survey boat and slowly dropped through the ocean depths.
Thu Aug 07, 2014
The Jersey Journal
Sicklerville man, former Stockton police officer admits selling drugs to undercover DEA in Clementon
CAMDEN - A former Richard Stockton College of New Jersey police officer admitted Thursday to selling oxycodone-based pills to an undercover officer as well as a witness who was cooperating with law enforcement officers, U.S. Attorney Paul J. Fishman announced.
Wed Aug 06, 2014
Sparta High School Alumni Attends Young Americans for Liberty Conference at George Mason
Cameron Hardy, Sparta High School Class of 2011, was one of 325 student leaders representing more than 200 schools from all 50 states, who were invited by Young Americans for Liberty to participate in the largest event in the organization's history.
Mon Aug 04, 2014
Lower Township Gazette
Stockton raises funds for Hammonton High School students
Residents, business people, alumni and others interested in the future of Hammonton are helping The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey raise $100,000 for a new scholarship fund dedicated to students who attend high school in Hammonton, according to a release from Stockton.