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NJ parents sound off on standardized tests

In poll results released Monday, Garden State parents made clear their displeasure with standardized tests like the controversial Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers exam.

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Monday morning winter storm forecast (Dan Zarrow, Townsquare Media)
Monday morning winter storm forecast (Dan Zarrow, Townsquare Media)
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Snow Has Begun; Blizzard Expected; State of Emergency Declared

Our first major winter storm of the season is expected to bury New Jersey in snow tonight, with up to 2 feet of accumulation expected under blizzard conditions. Gov. Chris Christie has declared a state of emergency in anticipation.

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Ronald McDonald House of Southern New Jersey (Facebook)
Ronald McDonald House of Southern New Jersey (Facebook)
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South Jersey Non-Profit Supports Sick Children and Families

Since 1983, the Ronald McDonald House of Southern New Jersey has provided a home-away-from-home for families of seriously ill and injured children, who are being treated at nearby hospitals.

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NJ Restaurant Industry Getting a Better Start in 2015

New Jersey's restaurant industry seems to be faring better this winter, but experts are still trying to determine why.

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Legislation Filed to Protect Unpaid Interns in NJ

Interns in New Jersey could soon have more rights under legislation being pushed by nearly a dozen state lawmakers.

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An electronic sign warns of the snow storm on I-195 (NJ DOT)
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Commuters, Road Crews Prepare for Snow Storm

Commuters, transit agencies and road crews are gearing up for the major snowstorm expected to hit New Jersey on Monday night and Tuesday.

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Shoppers prepare for the storm at ShopRite in Matawan
Shoppers prepare for the storm at ShopRite in Matawan (Chris Swendeman, Townsquare Media NJ)
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Blizzard warning Monday night: over 2 feet of snow expected

A potentially historic winter storm is shaping up for New Jersey, with upwards of 2 to 3 feet of snow, whiteout conditions, and coastal flooding expected.

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Major winter storm likely Monday night: double-digit snowfall expected

Our first major winter storm of the season is likely Monday night, with the potential to bring very heavy snow and blizzard conditions to New Jersey.

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Following several inches of snowfall across New Jersey overnight, the cleanup begins.  (Dan Zarrow photo)
Following several inches of snowfall across New Jersey overnight, the cleanup begins. (Dan Zarrow photo)
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Winter storm continues as snow changes to rain

While New Jersey’s heaviest snow finished falling overnight, wet and icy conditions will last all day Saturday.

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(AlexRaths, ThinkStock)
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Report: NJ’s teen driver program still needs improvement

A new national report on teen driver safety released by the Traffic Injury Research Foundation reveals that New Jersey's Graduated Driver's License program is among the best in the country, but it could be better in two key areas.

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Legislation aims to protect your cell phone records

A New Jersey lawmaker has introduced a new bill (A-4108) that would require law enforcement agencies to get a search warrant before they can access personal information from anyone's cell phone.

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Transportation Trust Fund Closer to Depletion

Despite all the talk about hammering out a deal to find a dedicated funding source for the New Jersey Transportation Trust Fund, lawmakers and Gov. Chris Christie have not been able to reach an agreement yet. If no deal is reached by July 1, the TTF will officially go bankrupt and most road and bridge projects will be halted.

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