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Suburbia’s March to Oblivion New York Times February 23, 2008

THE mortgage crisis has put “for sale” signs in front of houses across the country — including so-called McMansions — the large, expensive, often tasteless homes that have taken up so much sub ... read more »

Judge invalidates Campbell Soup expansion plan approval

Tuesday, January 8, 2008 By RENEE WINKLER Courier-Post Staff CAMDEN ... read more »

Campbell's Soup Asks for Another 2-Month Extension

Campbell's Asks for Another 2-Month Extension Campbell gets time to secure OKs for headquarters plan SARAH GREENBLATT Courier-Post Dec. 6, 2008 By SARAH GREENBLATT Courier-Post Staff ... read more »

PEAK OIL: WALL STREET JOURNAL, NOVEMBER 19, 2007

Oil Officials See Limit Looming on Production. ... read more »

Death and Destruction: My Commute From Work This Morning. Story and Photos

"At least two people died and 10 were injured in a fiery multi-vehicle crash in an Interstate 5 tunnel south of Santa Clarita late Friday, closing the freeway in both directions until at least Tuesday ... read more »

The grand design for Philadelphia's Delaware River waterfront: Help Philadelphians reconnect with their river.

The plan's biggest idea - and easily the most controversial - is the Penn Praxis recommendation to march the city's street grid right down to the river. In voicing his strong support,Democratic mayoral nominee Michael Nutter calls for "a more urban, Philadelphia-style feeling along the water." ... read more »

NJ: Affordable housing shift blocked by court

By Tom Hester Jr. Associated Press TRENTON - A state appellate court yesterday ordered the state to reconsider a plan by a wealthy Monmouth County community to pay a poverty-laden nearby town to take on its affordable housing obligation, a decision hailed as crucial by affordable housing advocates. ... read more »