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Renault Winery files for bankruptcy protection

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Written by Charlie Pritchard Thursday, November 20, 2014 09:03 am

EGG HARBOR CITY – The Renault Winery, situated on Bremen Avenue on the border of Egg Harbor City and Galloway Township is the oldest active winery in New Jersey. On Thursday, November 13, the historic business, founded in 1864, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in order to ward off a sheriff’s sale scheduled for that day.

The move enables the business to remain open while it reorganizes its finances.

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Committee considers tax abatements for potential development in Hamilton Business Park

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Written by Charlie Pritchard Thursday, October 23, 2014 03:19 pm

HAMILTON TOWNSHIP – In an effort to attract businesses to the Hamilton Township Business Park, representatives of the township’s Industrial Commission presented the township committee with a plan to further its goal at the governing body’s meeting Monday, Oct. 20.

Industrial commission Marketing Director Tony DiDio of Colliers International, explained how New Jersey has formulated programs that attract businesses. DiDio focused on tax abatement programs that are being used in many communities to make them more attractive to industry.

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Thousands flock to new outdoor market

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Written by Charlie Pritchard Sunday, May 11, 2014 01:00 pm

Erin Flanigan of Philadelphia performed on the static trapeze as part of the opening day festivities at the Mercado market. Erin Flanigan of Philadelphia performed on the static trapeze as part of the opening day festivities at the Mercado market. HAMILTON TOWNSHIP – Sunday, May 4 marked day two of the opening weekend at the new Mercado Market, located on the grounds of the Atlantic City Race Course. It was obvious by the relaxed look on the face of Dina Guzzardo, who along with Dirk DaCosta founded the venture, that it was much less stressful than day one.

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Jersey Shore Children’s Museum hosts business mixer

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Written by Charlie Pritchard Tuesday, March 04, 2014 11:50 am

Financial advisor and board President and Matthew Gilliano speaks to some of the event’s guests about the museum’s current situation and its role in entertaining and educating area children. Financial advisor and board President and Matthew Gilliano speaks to some of the event’s guests about the museum’s current situation and its role in entertaining and educating area children. HAMILTON TOWNSHIP – The evening of Thursday, Feb. 20 was a rarity at the Jersey Shore Children’s Museum, located in the Hamilton Mall. That night, the organization’s board members hosted an adults-only event, “Mixer that Matters,” to promote the venue to local businesspeople and other interested guests.

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