$1.5M to revitalize key city storefront 01/07/2005
WOODBURY -- Sixty years ago, people came from all over to shop in downtown Woodbury.
Boutiques sold the latest fashions from New York and there wasn't anything that couldn't be bought right here.
State tags $3 million for road barriers 01/06/2005
A stretch of Route 295 in Burlington County where an East Brunswick man was killed in a car crash last month will be equipped with barriers designed to prevent vehicles from crossing into oncoming traffic, state officials said yesterday.
Economists say state will add jobs in'05 01/06/2005
New Jersey is expected to add more than 60,000 jobs in 2005, just below the estimated 70,000 jobs gained last year, two economists said yesterday.
Turnpike officials keep Rt. 92 process moving 01/06/2005
The New Jersey Turnpike Authority has reapplied to the state for the environmental permits needed to fill nearly 13 acres of wetlands to build Route 92, a controversial, $300 million connector road between Route 1 and the Turnpike in South Brunswick.
Fed sees ongoing N.J. economic growth 01/06/2005
New Jersey's economy is chugging along steadily, with the state's unemployment rate at a three-year low, the construction industry strong and few hurdles, the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia said yesterday.
Completed subway tunnel links Newark to its future 01/05/2005
For the past two years, crossing Mulberry Street in Newark to get from her office at Park Place to the parking garage has been a challenge for Angela DiGiovanni.
World Construction Spending Nears $4 Trillion for 2004 01/03/2005
The 55 countries with the largest construction markets spent $3.9 trillion on construction in 2004, according to study by Global Insight Inc., a Waltham, Mass.-based economic consulting and research firm. It projects that the overall world market for construction will grow by 2.6% in 2005 and show an average annual growth rate of 2.6% through 2008. In nominal dollars not adjusted for inflation, the world market's annual growth rate would be 6.7%.
New year promises more growth 01/02/2005
Like the slogan for a laundry detergent, 2005 will likely be 'new and improved' for much of Sussex, Warren and Morris counties.
Schools, homes and upgrades in the works 01/01/2005
Now that 2004 is in the past, what's in store for Cumberland County in the New Year?
The Daily Journal asked a few questions to find out what officials believe and hope the future holds for residents:
Good progress seen in Rte. 41-42 work 01/01/2005
DEPTFORD TWP. -- Local officials say they are pleased with the ongoing massive road project in town, which has at times caused delays and is not expected to be completed until 2006
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