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6/15 A new nightlife scene and stunning sunsets at dinner. This A.C resort is upping its game.
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6/15 ACIT Expansion Will Increase Capacity and Programs
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6/15 Demolition starts at site of future Stockton Atlantic City residence hall
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6/15 EDA grant program aims to help projects in 3 key cities get started
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6/15 Emerging from pandemic: Panel will probe how manufacturers can use new incentive programs
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6/15 Has your business taken more space in 2021? The EDA may have a loan for you
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6/15 N.J. reveals massive $5.2B surge in projected tax collections. You read that right.
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6/15 NJ budget windfall may top $4 billion
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6/15 NJ gears up $10M of loans for businesses recovering from COVID
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6/15 Our view: CRDA's renovation of Atlantic City Boardwalk bathrooms is an investment in tourism
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6/15 Our view: Fund Jersey Shore oceanfront paths, crucial infrastructure that must be maintained
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6/15 Reps. Kim, Lamb and Fitzpatrick Introduce Bill to Help Veteran Owned Businesses Rebuild America
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6/15 Strong Financial Stability and Flexibility Earn Atlantic County Top Credit Ratings
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6/15 Survey surprise: Lots of (high-paying) jobs, but little interest in filling them
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6/15 With customers owing millions in back payments, NJ extends ban on utility shut-offs
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6/10 Housing, shopping, train stop part of Galloway Route 30 project discussion
A multimillion-dollar, mixed-use commercial and residential project at Pomona Road and the White Horse Pike is consistent with the ...Read More

6/10 If infrastructure bill passes, area's shovel-ready projects could benefit region
Don DeGrazia, 102, of Northfield, has seen a lot of U.S. history and remembers the great job done by the Civilian Conservation... ...Read More

6/10 N.J. homeowners could get hit with huge flood insurance premiums unless Congress acts
Almost 8 in 10 New Jersey homeowners with federal flood insurance would have to pay more for coverage if the Federal Emergency... ...Read More

6/10 SBA grants update: The window for PPP loans has closed
The Small Business Administration said Tuesday that it is no longer accepting applications for the paycheck protection program... ...Read More

6/10 Stimulus check update: 2.3M Americans support monthly $2,000 checks
There have been three rounds of coronavirus stimulus checks. Nearly 2.3 million Americans have signed an online petition asking.. ...Read More

6/10 The U.S. added a modest 559,000 jobs in May, a sign of more hiring struggles
Last month’s jobs gain was above April’s revised total of 278,000, the Labor Department said, yet well short of employers’ need... ...Read More

6/10 These little known health insurance options may save small employers big money
These plans can be a way for smaller companies to attract workers by providing a better health insurance benefit. ...Read More

6/10 VegFest, featuring vegan food and plant-based clothing, returns to Atlantic City
Billed by organizers as New Jersey's No.1 homegrown food festival, VegFest is returning to the resort after taking last year off.. ...Read More

6/7 Career Classroom: Vo-tech students in Atlantic County prepare for careers in aviation industry
When Atlantic County identified aviation as a key industry to help diversify its economic base beyond the gaming and tourism ...Read More

6/4 A.C. chamber to host esports industry webinar Friday
New Jersey’s population density, its location between New York City and Philadelphia, and the amenities and venues available in.. ...Read More

6/4 Addiego to Host Webinar with the NJ Economic Development Authority on Phase 4 of the Small Business Emergency Assistance Grant Program
In response to the impact the COVID-19 Pandemic had on our small businesses and non-profits, Senator Dawn Addiego championed... ...Read More

6/4 After 2 years offline, NJ reopens applications for real estate incentives
After being shuttered for nearly two years, the New Jersey Economic Development Authority opened applications June 1 for a.... ...Read More

6/4 Another push for local governments to share work and cut costs
NJ property-tax bills hit another record high. Will lawmakers agree on measure said to cut bills? ...Read More

6/4 Atlantic County seeks $1.8 million CDC grant for community health workers
Atlantic County is seeking a $1.8 million federal grant to fund three community health workers to improve care to at-risk... ...Read More


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ACEA Promotes High-Tech Collaborations
Hosts Demonstrations at Atlantic City International
March 31, 2021 – 11 AM Session

ACEA Promotes High-Tech Collaborations
Hosts Demonstrations at Atlantic City International
March 31, 2021 – 2 PM Session

ACEA President Lauren Moore on
Middays with David Spatz, April 1, 2021