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(Camden, NJ City Hall. File photo by John Ostapkovich)

Businesses Head Back To Camden, With Incentives

The actual moves are expected in coming years, starting in 2015, and the tax credits don’t kick in until then.


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2013 IN REVIEW: Lockheed Martin On The Move

Lockheed Martin, a staple in Newtown for many years, says it will transfer its commercial and satellite work to Denver.


The Lockheed Martin team posing with their robot. (Credit: Lockheed Martin)

Local Engineers Send Smart Robots To Department Of Defense Competition

Some of the top human engineers in the area are working to create the best robot.


file photo of Lockheed Martin's facility in Colorado Springs. (credit: Kevin Moloney/Getty Images)

Lockheed Martin Departure Means Uncertainty For Bucks County Charity

A Bucks County youth mentoring program is expected to feel the fallout from Lockheed Martin’s decision to close its facility in Newtown and cut several hundred jobs.


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240 Employees Face Layoffs At Lockheed Martin’s Moorestown Plant

The employees were notified on Nov. 6 at Lockheed Martin’s plant in Moorestown.



The Navy Inks Deal With South Jersey Employer That Retains Thousands Of Jobs

Officials in New Jersey are crowing about a new naval contract with Lockheed Martin which retains some 3,000 jobs.


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Medford, NJ Mayor Chris Myers Resigns Amid Sex Allegations

In October, allegations surfaced online involving a male prostitute that Myers allegedly encountered on a business trip for Lockheed-Martin to California, and the company placed him on leave.


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Recruiter Offers Advice To Laid-Off Lockheed Martin Employees

A local recruiter has some advice for area Lockheed Martin workers who may find themselves unemployed soon after the company announced plans to lay off more than 12-hundred workers, many of them in the Philadelphia area.


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Career Fair For Veterans Held In Cherry Hill

A career expo to help service members transition from military life into the civilian workforce was held today in Cherry Hill. 

Military.com and the Non Commissioned Officers Association of the United States of America(NCOA) held the event.