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Custodian appointed in Republic First Bank saga (updated)

A court-ordered cooldown did not stop the “destructive conduct” between the two competing sides in the institution's proxy fight, leading Judge Paul Diamond to name Alfred Putnam of Faegre Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP as special custodian to temporarily assume control of the bank. Later Friday, the Norcross team applauded the move in a letter.

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Health-focused affordable housing project gets underway in Newark

“This is an exciting day for the City of Newark, University Hospital and the State of New Jersey as this innovative hospital and housing partnership designed to help our most vulnerable populations moves forward,” Lt. Gov. Sheila Oliver said at an event celebrating the laying of the foundation for the project coming to a portion of the city's Georgia King Village. “There is a direct correlation between limited access to health care and homelessness and these new supportive housing rental units with access to a full-service health clinic are going to help break the cycle of homelessness in Newark.”

Free entry announced at New Jersey state parks

For one year, regardless of residency, all visitors will have entrance fees waived at state parks, forests and recreation areas, “from High Point State Park in Sussex County to Cape May Point State Park in Cape May County."

Jersey City’s 99 Hudson racks up ‘sweet 16’ weeks of sales (slideshow)

The state's largest building — at 79 stories — is drawing residents to this Hudson County waterfront.

Senate Republicans introduce new budget plan

The nearly 20-page resolution lays out a framework of how to allocate $8 billion of previously unexpected revenues that are forecast for the current and upcoming fiscal years, along with $3 billion in leftover and unallocated federal COVID-19 money.

Custodian appointed in Republic First Bank saga (updated)

A court-ordered cooldown did not stop the “destructive conduct” between the two competing sides in the institution's proxy fight, leading Judge Paul Diamond to name Alfred Putnam of Faegre Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP as special custodian to temporarily assume control of the bank. Later Friday, the Norcross team applauded the move in a letter.

Read the full story

Health-focused affordable housing project gets underway in Newark

“This is an exciting day for the City of Newark, University Hospital and the State of New Jersey as this innovative hospital and housing partnership designed to help our most vulnerable populations moves forward,” Lt. Gov. Sheila Oliver said at an event celebrating the laying of the foundation for the project coming to a portion of the city's Georgia King Village. “There is a direct correlation between limited access to health care and homelessness and these new supportive housing rental units with access to a full-service health clinic are going to help break the cycle of homelessness in Newark.”

Free entry announced at New Jersey state parks

For one year, regardless of residency, all visitors will have entrance fees waived at state parks, forests and recreation areas, “from High Point State Park in Sussex County to Cape May Point State Park in Cape May County."

Jersey City’s 99 Hudson racks up ‘sweet 16’ weeks of sales (slideshow)

The state's largest building — at 79 stories — is drawing residents to this Hudson County waterfront.

Senate Republicans introduce new budget plan

The nearly 20-page resolution lays out a framework of how to allocate $8 billion of previously unexpected revenues that are forecast for the current and upcoming fiscal years, along with $3 billion in leftover and unallocated federal COVID-19 money.



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