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How a reopened Revel could hurt the A.C. gaming market

ATLANTIC CITY — The proposed reopening of a casino at the shuttered Revel megaresort could put the city’s fragile gaming industry under more unneeded stress, financial analysts said.

Will ‘Brexit’ mean cheaper gasoline in South Jersey?

One benefit of ‘Brexit’ in South Jersey?

How the Expressway Connector rewrote Atlantic City

ATLANTIC CITY — Every time Laura Williams leaves her Erie Avenue home in the Monroe Park section of the city, she can’t help but think about how much the neighborhood has changed over the years.

Cumberland theaters see fortunes turn for better

Officials in Millville and Vineland say two Cumberland County theaters are looking at brighter futures in terms of providing entertainment, serving as downtown economic drivers and getting their finances in order.

Buena pharmaceutical firm tripling plant, doubling jobs

BUENA VISTA TOWNSHIP — The pharmaceutical company Teligent Inc. has broken ground on its expansion on Lincoln Avenue, which will triple its space to nearly 110,000 square feet.

Trump v. Wynn, and other Atlantic City battles

As president, Donald Trump has said he’ll get his way on the world stage — by making Mexico pay for a border wall and China change its trade policies, for a start.

Good to be home in Mays Landing

The Mays Landing Merchants Association offers lots to do at its Hometown Celebration this weekend at Lake Lenape Park East in Mays Landing. Live music, crafters, train rides and more continue from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday.

Patcong Creek event more crabber reunion than tournament

SOMERS POINT — As he drove his boat around Patcong Creek, heading into the Great Egg Harbor River, Ron Meischker saw people out on their boats casting their traps.

Old-fashioned bidding wars still happen in real estate

A home sale that closed recently in Linwood brought back pleasant memories for the agents and sellers involved. That’s because the deal came down to a bidding war between two buyers, an event that’s been a rarity lately in most South Jersey real estate transactions.

How much are homes selling for near you?

Transactions are from county property records. Settlement dates are listed; deed filings may be delayed. Location may reflect address of seller rather than property sold. If your property is incorrectly listed, call 609-272-7253.

Local Britons celebrate, stock advisers urge calm after Brexit

The United Kingdom’s vote to leave the European Union garnered mixed emotions Friday, sent stock markets tumbling and prompted uncertainty about the long-term impact on the U.S. and global economies.

Now that Britain wants out, EU must figure out how to do it

BRUSSELS (AP) — Now that Britain has voted to leave the European Union, the bloc's first order of business is figuring out how to get rid of it. Surprisingly, that's a tall order.

Egg Harbor Township sells liquor license for $420,000

EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP — The township sold a new liquor retail distribution license for $420,000 at a Township Committee meeting Wednesday night.

Pinelands may loosen rules on business signs

The state Pinelands Commission may give towns the power to regulate commercial signs at businesses within their borders, after years of restrictions that one mayor said stymied commerce.

United Way celebrates women who give

GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP — Attorney Ellen Bailey remembers years ago buying diapers to help a friend with a new baby. She didn’t think much of the assistance at the time but came to understand the impact it had on the friend.

North Wildwood retiree moves from trains to trams

WILDWOOD — John Gigliotti looked out the window of his North Wildwood home. He walked out to his backyard. He paced back and forth.

Cape May drone test showcases future of drones in disasters

LOWER TOWNSHIP — As a large crowd watched from the second floor of the Cape May Lewes Ferry building, a delivery drone took off in brisk winds from the lawn and headed out over the Delaware Bay.

Local 54 sets negotiation dates with 5 Atlantic City casinos

ATLANTIC CITY — The city’s casino-workers union, threatening to strike July 1 at five city resorts, has contract negotiations with casino management scheduled for Saturday and next week, a union spokesman said.

Brexit vote: How Britain leaving the European Union will affect you

On Thursday Britain voted to leave the European Union. The result will be a messy and complicated process that could take up to two years.

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