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Why Kawaida Towers in Newark will serve as symbol of past — and future

Mayor Ras Baraka tried to deny the historical significance of the announcement — if only for a few minutes. He told the crowd assembled in Newark on Wednesday that the most important thing about the...

‘It’s irresponsible. It’s crazy talk’: N.J. leaders rip tunnel report

Say this for everyone and anyone from New Jersey associated with the Gateway Tunnel project: They are not going to settle for anything less than what is needed — two new tunnels under the...

How AtlantiCare is helping to ensure South Jersey is prepared for all things COVID

It’s well known up and down the state: South Jersey often views itself as its own entity. Part of New Jersey? Absolutely. But the region, perhaps more than other area in the state, always...

M Station, transformative project for Morristown, breaks ground

Peter Bronsnick, the New Jersey president for SJP Properties, couldn’t resist as he stood under a tent in a vacant parking lot in Morristown that one day will become M Station, one of the...

All in the numbers: A look at ‘astonishing’ accomplishments at Stevens

Forgive Stevens Institute of Technology President Nariman Farvardin if he’s into numbers. After all, he’s the head of one of the top STEM schools in the country. He’s a geek (his words, not mine...

The goal: Allowing women to speak their truth — without consequences

The asks — all of which fall in line with the rules of basic decency — are plentiful. So, don’t think for a second that the 76-page report released by the ad hoc Workgroup on...

Palatucci, N.J.’s top RNC official, faces his toughest challenge

As he drove the final 50 miles or so of his 14-hour trek to Amelia Island, Georgia — site of the winter meetings of the Republican National Committee — Bill Palatucci very well knew...

Leading by example: At Trinitas, Horan is one of 1st to get COVID vaccine

Gary Horan knows there was some reluctance among the employees at Trinitas Regional Medical Center to get the COVID-19 vaccine, so he did what any good leader would do: He volunteered to get one...

Study: Women who get more help at home are more productive, happier at work...

The premise seemed obvious. When the state went on lockdown and working parents not only had to work at home, but care for their children at the same time, the general consensus was that...

Why Evergreen Fund sets N.J. apart — and could set up state for future

New Jersey Economic Development Authority CEO Tim Sullivan loves to talk about how the proposed tax incentive programs could have a major impact — particularly in the state’s most challenging areas. He talks about the...

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Vantage Commercial helps medical office expand with lease in Voorhees

Vantage Commercial leased a 2,000-square-foot space in Voorhees to Soba for its newest medical office expansion, and its first location in New Jersey. Located at...

Lynch to be reinstated as CEO of American Water

Walter Lynch will be reinstalled as CEO of American Water, effective Jan. 31, after his recovery from a recent injury and hospitalization, according to...