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Belmar Backs Off a Proposed Ban on Hanging Wet Beach Towels

Rejecting a suggestion by code enforcement officials, Belmar's mayor says residents there won't be prohibited from hanging wet clothing and towels on their front porches this summer.

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More bridges close as maintenance money runs out in NJ

With New Jersey's Transportation Trust Fund scheduled to run out of cash this summer, the state is being dotted with shuttered bridges that will remain closed indefinitely.

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Crash Injuries Claim Ocean County Detective’s Life

An Ocean County detective's nearly two-week fight for life since a car crash in Lacey Township comes to an end.

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New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie pauses while speaking in Camden Dec. 2. (AP Photo/Mel Evans, File)
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Bridgegate is a ‘traffic nightmare that never ends’ for Christie

A little over one year ago the Bridgegate scandal erupted in full force and a new poll released Wednesday by Quinnipiac University suggests the scandal is still taking its toll on Gov. Chris Christie.

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Snow is now accumulating rapidly on the median of the NJ Turnpike near exit 1.  (NJ Turnpike web cam photo)
Snow is now accumulating rapidly on the median of the NJ Turnpike near exit 1. (NJ Turnpike web cam photo)
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Bands of heavy snow could impact evening commute

Several inches of snow accumulation are expected in Central and South Jersey, and bands of moderate to heavy snow could make for a challenging evening commute.

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Governor Chris Christie gives the State of the State Address in the Assembly Chambers at the Statehouse in 2013
Governor Chris Christie gives the State of the State Address in the Assembly Chambers at the Statehouse in 2013 (Governor's Office/Tim Larsen)
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Christie, Democrats at odds over tax cuts and hikes

In his State of the State Address, Gov. Chris Christie called on the Democrat-controlled NJ Legislature to lower taxes while also pledging to veto any income tax increase he gets from lawmakers. Democratic leaders fired back and said the governor has to consider every revenue-raising option to help turn New Jersey's economy around.

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LBI Beach Storm Protection, by Rosetta Key TSM
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Lobbying Begins for Doubling Shore Protection Fund

Non-profit ocean advocacy group, Jersey Shore Partnership, launches a major lobbying effort to increase the annual Shore Protection Fund. Partnership Executive Director Margo Walsh said a bill is being drafted to double the $25 million contribution that helps fund major beach replenishment and repair projects.

As the New Jersey's coastline continues to c

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Sayreville War Memorial High School (Kena Betancur/Getty Images)
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Sayreville Could Face $1.5M Lawsuit by Alleged Hazing Victim

The Sayreville School District could face a $1.5 million lawsuit if one of the alleged victims of the recent hazing scandal follows through with plans to sue the district for negligence, according to a recent report by NJ Advance Media.

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Moorestown school officials explain the PARCC test
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Find activities for no-PARCC kids, NJ parents say

As debate continues over the controversial Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers test, boards of education across the Garden State are being lobbied by parents to make accommodations for students who refuse to take the exam.

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Monday January 19, 2015 Winning NJ Lottery Numbers

Here are yesterday's winning lottery numbers from the New Jersey Lottery:

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NJ Education Commissioner Defends PARCC Test

New Jersey Department of Education Commissioner David Hespe is trying to assure parents, students and educators that the PARCC test is both valuable and necessary.

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Ice covers a roadway. (Moses Robinson, Getty Images News)
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NJDOT prepares for next bout of winter weather

With more winter weather in the forecast for this week, New Jersey drivers and state transportation officials are hoping we don't see a repeat of what happened two days ago, when many roads suddenly became covered with a thin layer of black ice, causing hundreds of accidents.

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