Two months after demolition began in earnest, the last of the buildings on the former Wheatena property came down last week.
Two industrial properties won tax appeals dating back as far as five years, with reductions ranging from 7 to 23 percent.
A former furniture store property on Route 1 changed hands earlier this year for the first time in more than 12 years, selling for $1.775 million.
The Rahway Arts District (RAD) split its executive director position and plans to expand the Board of Trustees to include representation beyond its downtown boundaries.
City Council will vote next week on an ordinance that will set in motion the creation of a new public street through what today is Lot B as part of the 208-unit Main & Monroe development.
An Oliver Street apartment complex won a tax appeal judgment of almost 10 percent off its property tax bills for 2014 and 2015.