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Local 54 rallies outside Taj Mahal, other unions join

More than 1,000 union workers from around the country joined the striking Trump Taj Mahal employees on a march of solidarity Thursday night that culminated with a rally in front of the Taj.

113-year-old New Jersey woman has title of oldest American

PITTSTOWN, N.J. (AP) — A 113-year-old New Jersey woman is the new holder of the title of oldest American.

Wawa coffee thief steals $3k worth of caffeine

A woman who has stolen nearly $3,000 worth of Wawa coffee over the past year may be losing sleep at night.

Traffic up on AC Expressway, passengers up at airport in first half of '16

The Atlantic City Expressway collected $35.7 million worth of tolls in the first six months of this year, a 2.4 percent jump over the same period last year.

Local 54 parent union endorses Hillary Clinton

Unite-Here, a union representing 270,000 workers across North America, including more than 9,600 casino workers in Atlantic City, has endorsed Democrat Hillary Clinton in the race for the White House.

South Jersey cities to receive $265,000 in housing grant money

Three South Jersey cities are among the recipients of a $75 million federal housing grant, the Department of Housing and Urban Development announced Monday.

'Jersey's Greatest Hits' radio station in Manahawkin sold

Manahawkin radio station WJRZ-FM has a new owner, a Florida media company that also bought 20 other stations in seven regional markets, several of them in New Jersey and the Philadelphia area.

No updates on Toby Keith concert, so what happened?

For those who had hoped to see Toby Keith in concert Saturday, it’s not going to happen. And whether the country music star will come to Atlantic City at all this summer is in doubt.

Businesses buying in to Somers Point

SOMERS POINT — A recent influx of new businesses has opened up in Somers Point in the past year, the result of efforts by city officials and a marketing campaign aimed at drawing new residents to town.

Electric car sales slump, but not electric charging stations in South Jersey

The price of gasoline may be dissuading some drivers from buying electric cars, but it hasn’t stunted the growth of charging stations being built in South Jersey.

Propane prices good for grilling, may become bad for heating

It may be a bargain to grill those burgers this summer, but some analysts expect the flow of cheap propane to slow down when it comes time to start heating homes this winter.

Sea Isle arcade owner to Wall Street banker, by 22

Mike Dolio’s business life hasn’t lasted that long, because he just graduated from Villanova University last year. But a career that started on the Promenade in Sea Isle City has taken him where he wanted to be, which is Wall Street in New York.

Strike wears on Taj Mahal casino workers as Icahn deadline nears

ATLANTIC CITY — For more than two weeks, the late-night silence in front of Trump Taj Mahal Casino Resort has been interrupted by the sounds of drums and chants for a new contract.

Stockton farm is 'science in action'

GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP — It’s a hot, humid day, but Stockton University professor Ron Hutchison, farm manager Caitlin “Cat” Clarke and four of five summer interns are working steadily.

What kind of job does a sustainability major get you?

“You can’t save the planet if you’re unemployed.”

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.

How A.C. became a key talking point in the presidential race

The road to the White House runs through Atlantic City, apparently.

AAA Mid-Atlantic: New Jersey gas prices down sharply

TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — Motorists are seeing sharply lower prices at the pumps in New Jersey.

New product line, improved efficiency prompts Durand Glass to seek more workers

MILLVILLE — Sweat rolled down Gregory Decoster’s forehead as he walked between machines forming red-hot melted glass into everything from tumblers to candle jars at Durand Glass’s sprawling complex here.

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