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Officials In Camden County Warn Homeowners Of Troubling Trend At Fire Scenes

Officials in Camden County say the number of contractors aggressively soliciting business at fire scenes has gotten out of control.


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NJ Rep: More Transparency Needed With Sandy Aid

A New Jersey congressman says the state should allocate more of its federal post-Sandy aid money to rebuilding damaged homes and make the program more transparent.


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Corbett Carves Out Slice Of State Contract Pie For Small Businesses

Governor Tom Corbett has announced a new initiative to carve out a slice of state contracts for small businesses.


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Mild Winter Means Happy, Busy Construction Workers

Contractors say the unseasonably warm winter weather has been a welcome gift from mother nature this year after a brutal, snow-filled 2011.


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Angie’s List: Contractor Down Payments

We’ve all heard horror stories where someone gives a contractor a $5,000 down payment and then never hears from them again. An important part of a home improvement project is the down payment.



3 On Your Side: NJ Cracks Down On Contractors

How much do you know about the home improvement contractors that you hire to do work around your home? 14,000 contractor complaints were received by the New Jersey Attorney General’s office last year alone. 3-On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan finds that has prompted a state crackdown on contractors who are violating the law.



3 On Your Side: NJ Crack Down On Contractors

Are you thinking about hiring someone to do some work around your house? With spring just around the corner, the New Jersey Attorney General’s office is reminding consumers to beware of unregistered contractors.