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NORTHFIELD - Crews picked up one of the oldest buildings in the county Wednesday as they prepared it for a new foundation.
VINELAND — A nonprofit corporation is ready to build a 17-unit affordable-housing development here that will be managed by the city’s housing authority.
Absecon is working on a plan to comply with state law regarding affordable housing developments.
A proposal to replace the Fanny D. Rittenberg Middle School at 528 Philadelphia Ave. with senior citizen housing has taken another step toward fruition.
MULLICA TOWNSHIP - It was the location of a produce stand before being turned into a home for families with special needs.
The Freehold-based non-profit organization Collaborative Support Programs of New Jersey plans to demolish this White Horse Pike home to rebuild a home for the disabled.
STAFFORD TOWNSHIP - Construction is under way on the next phase of the Stafford Park complex - 112 units of apartments that will serve to satisfy the town's affordable housing requirements.
Rick Beauchamp, 52, of Middletown stands on the deck of the house that he is constructing on Marlin Road in Tuckerton. Beauchamp already has a summer house next door, but he had the chance to buy the lot and is building his dream vacation home, which will cost him $350,000.
Rich Uschmann, 52, of Mount Laurel is building a house on Parker Road in Tuckerton. Uschmann is unemployed after being laid off more than a year and a half ago as a municipal construction official.
CVS under construction on White Horse Pike in Galloway Twp. Galloway Twp. issued a dismal number of building permits last year with just 15 for new housing units compared to over 100 in neighboring townships. Friday April 01 , 2011.(The Press of Atlantic City/Anthony Smedile)
Empty lot next to new homes on Meadows Drive in Galloway Twp. Galloway Twp. issued a dismal number of building permits last year with just 15 for new housing units compared to over 100 in neighboring townships. Friday April 01 , 2011.(The Press of Atlantic City/Anthony Smedile)
ORLANDO, Fla. - From the South Florida rock in its concrete slab to the roof trusses milled in Yulee, Fla., Greg and Jennifer Gent's new house may be the only one in Central Florida built entirely with U.S.-made products.
The core members of the Save the Goshen School House Committee are, from right on the lower level, Dottie Tomlin, Chief Financial Officer Cindy Gorman, Donna Soffe and Rebecca Smith Valleley; and upper level, from left, Secretary Nancy Smith, Chairman David Ennis, Naomi Tomlin, Gloria Lackey, Aaron Lackey, Lois Soffe, Craig Goodheart and Goshen Fire Chief Frank Svitak.
Natali Vineyards is offering Goshen Schoolhouse white table wine and donating $2 per bottle sold to the Save the Goshen School House fund.
A dozen people packed the small back room of the Goshen Volunteer Fire Company's Station 74 on a recent Wednesday evening for their monthly committee meeting.
The historic Goshen School House, which sits on Route 47 just south of Goshen-Swainton Road in the Goshen section of Middle Township, was built in 1872 and was used for classes until 1961.
WASHINGTON — U.S. builders slowed their pace of housing construction slightly in July. But in a hopeful sign for future construction, applications for building permits rose to their the highest level since August 2008.
"Bird Cloud" sounds like a promising title for one of Annie Proulx's Western novels, but it's actually the name of the dream house she built herself on a vast wind-beaten stretch of Wyoming prairie. Her new book shares a name with the ranch and details the long, bittersweet road to the realization she has embarked on a folly.
In this book cover image released by Scribner, "Bird Cloud," by Annie Proulx, is shown. (AP Photo/Scribner)
As summer ends, students begin thinking about who their teacher will be this year, and who might be in their class.
Juan Robles, left, talks about his new home on North Virginia Avenue with Otero Jones, president of the Dekbon Community Development Organization, and Kim White, executive director for Dekbon.
ATLANTIC CITY - The two-and-a-half-story home on North Virginia Avenue stood empty for 17 years and was slated for demolition when it caught the eye of Kim White and Otero Jones.
An early morning fire left a charred building at Annapolis Avenue and the bay in Atlantic City on Wednesday.
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