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AeroFarms vertical farming facility in Newark.

AeroFarms files with SEC to combine business with Spring Valley Acquisition

A definitive merger agreement between the companies was announced in March for approximately $357 million, including $125 million of proceeds from the PIPE Financing. The proceeds will be used to accelerate the Newark-based organization's growth strategy, including expanding retail distribution and market penetration and constructing additional farms.

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COVID-safe plexiglass seating is available indoors. Restrictions may be lifted, but the protocols will remain in place. - LT BAR & GRILL

Business barriers

With capacity limits being lifted May 19 and patrons allowed to sit on barstools again May 7, restaurants will have the opportunity to bring in more business in a less rulebound way, reminiscent of pre-pandemic business.

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Eric LeGrand at the future site of his Coffee House with Woodbridge Mayor John McCormac and Redevelopment Agency Executive Director Caroline Ehrlich. -JEFFREY AUGER

Homecoming

The next chapter of Eric LeGrand’s remarkable story is set where it all began, in his hometown of Woodbridge. And in a come-full-circle moment, it takes place in the neighborhood where he lived the first few years of his life, where the former Rutgers University football star is planning to open LeGrand Coffee House downtown later this year.

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