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07/02/2018 05:51 PM
New Jersey should step up on civil rights as Washington steps down | Opinion

Rev. Charles Boyer of the Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Woodbury, N.J., speaks during a news conference announcing a school desegregation lawsuit against the state of New Jersey at the state house in Trenton, N.J., on Thursday, May 17, 2018. A group of civil rights and religious leaders, led by former New Jersey Supreme Court Justice Gary Stein, alleges that the state's public schools remain segregated due to a law requiring children to attend their neighborhood schools coupled with existing housing segregation.


06/19/2018 01:30 PM
Inspira opens radiation oncology center in Woodbury

Mario Sergi, Director of Radiation Oncology, Inspira Health Network leads a tour of the linear accelerator and SmartVue Natural Light Solution folowing a ribbon cutting ceremony, Tuesday May 15, 2018, to celebrate the completiong of the new Radiation Oncology facitlity in Woodbury, NJ. One of the first in the world, the SmartVue Natural Light Solution which provides a view of the outside from inside the treatment room, and allows natural light into the area.


06/10/2018 01:58 PM
2 N.J. hospital systems are about to get a lot bigger

The first phase includes an eight-level parking garage consisting of more than 800 spaces and is expected to be finished in spring 2019. The highlight of the second phase is a seven-floor patient tower that will launch next March, with an anticipated completion in spring 2021.


06/06/2018 09:25 PM
Ocean City High School Students Receives Scholarship in South Jersey Diverse Minds Writing Challenge

Pictured left to right are Susan Coan, Atlantic City region vice president; Marley Goudie, of Marmora, winner of this year's Diverse Minds Writing Challenge ; and Mark Olshan, associate executive vice president, B'nai B'rith International. Pictured left to right are Susan Coan, Atlantic City region vice president; Marley Goudie, of Marmora, winner of this year's Diverse Minds Writing Challenge ; and Mark Olshan, associate executive vice president, B'nai B'rith International.