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Recovery Continues Two Weeks After Superstorm Sandy
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Sandy Rebuilding Could Spur New Jersey’s Economy [AUDIO]

Sandy has caused untold billions of dollars in damage all over the Garden State, and major rebuilding efforts are being planned in numerous communities up and down the shore.

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A Housing Shortage In NJ? Experts Say It Could Happen [AUDIO]

Last week, we were telling you how the pace of construction of single-family homes is picking up in many parts of the country, but Jersey continues to lag behind.

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New Home Construction Pace Picks Up [AUDIO]

New Commerce Department data shows the pace of construction of single family homes and apartments in September was the fastest since the summer of 2008.

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NJ Leaders Push Higher-Ed Bond Question Ahead Of Election [AUDIO]

New Jersey voters will be asked to approve a higher-education bond question on the November ballot that will allow the state to borrow $750 million to fund construction projects at the state's colleges and universities. Its an issue that has bipartisan support, but in the end its up to you.

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New Used Car Lot Coming to Hillsborough [Photo]

Lets say that you're on your way to a very important business meeting. You're on heavily travelled Route 206, passing through Hillsborough Township (Somerset County) and your car suddenly explodes (a figure of speech), like on the "Simpsons." What do you do?

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Spring Housing Market Blossoms Nationwide [AUDIO]

There's good news when its comes to the housing market. The spring home selling season could be the strongest its been in years.

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Builders More Optimistic, But Still Worried [AUDIO]

The news from the builders' front is a mixed bag. They are still not doing the new housing sales volume of former times, but they continue to show optimism that buyers will be coming back.

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More New Homes Going Up In New Jersey This Year [POLL]

It was a lackluster 2011 for home builders in New Jersey, but modest improvement is expected this year.

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Committee Approves $1.3-Billion For NJ Transportation Projects

A legislative budget oversight committee has approved $1.3 billion in borrowing to keep transportation projects on track through the end of the year.

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