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Welltower sells Marlton medical building to Fla.-based REIT for $63.9M

Tuesday December 6th, 2016 04:57:51 PM Jacob Adelman

House concert: South Jersey couple makes musicians and audiences feel at home

Tuesday December 6th, 2016 03:26:50 PM
The show's about to start, and Kathy McHugh makes her way to the front of her family room. "Thank you for coming," the 55-year-old court reporter beams, as the conversations among 50 people sitting on sofas and in rows of chairs subside into an expectant hush.

House concert: South Jersey couple makes musicians and audiences feel at home

Tuesday December 6th, 2016 03:26:13 PM
The show's about to start, and Kathy McHugh makes her way to the front of her family room. "Thank you for coming," the 55-year-old court reporter beams, as the conversations among 50 people sitting on sofas and in rows of chairs subside into an expectant hush.

Pistachio Girl fired from job at Citizens Bank Park

Tuesday December 6th, 2016 06:31:07 AM
Pistachio Girl has been fired from her job as a food vendor at Citizens Bank Park. In an interview with Red Ice TV, an internet outlet that promotes white identity politics, Emily Youcis, 26, said she was terminated by Aramark Corp. after being told her social media activities supporting white nationalist ideas did not reflect her employer's values.

Christie rejects restrictions on solitary confinement for N.J. prisoners

Tuesday December 6th, 2016 06:30:37 AM
TRENTON - Gov. Christie on Monday vetoed legislation aimed at restricting the use of solitary confinement in New Jersey's prisons, declaring that the state does not use the controversial disciplinary practice.

New law forgives N.J. college loans if student dies

Tuesday December 6th, 2016 06:30:37 AM
New Jersey's student loan agency will no longer require repayment of loans if a student borrower dies, under a law signed Monday by Gov. Christie.

N.J. worker charged with coercing sex by threatening moms' visits with children

Tuesday December 6th, 2016 06:30:37 AM
A former New Jersey child protection worker has been indicted on allegations of coercing two mothers to engage in sexual behavior in exchange for positive reports and unsupervised visits with their children, the state Attorney General's Office announced Monday.

An evening of tracing South Jersey village's history - house by house

Tuesday December 6th, 2016 05:00:03 AM
MAURICETOWN, N.J. - Usually around June, work begins on the honey-do lists in this tiny Cumberland County maritime village. Porches get painted, new bathrooms are installed, floors are replaced, and any number of other renovations are completed over the ensuing months, so that by December - on one "magical" night - the historic homes and "museum buildings" here glow in candlelight and holiday spirit for an annual house tour that began more than 30 years ago.

Liberty Property Trust begins work on Camden Waterfront development

Monday December 5th, 2016 10:22:24 PM Jacob Adelman

Toll now planning 29-story tower on Jewelers Row for more condo units

Monday December 5th, 2016 07:00:37 PM Jacob Adelman

Why some want to take the name off TCNJ's stately admissions building

Monday December 5th, 2016 05:35:58 PM
TCNJ students discovered during a local history research course that their admissions building is named after a man who supported segregation. Now what?


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