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President Obama Address Troops At Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst In New Jersey
President Obama Address Troops At Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst In New Jersey (Mark Makela, Getty Images)
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Property tax relief could be extended to all NJ veterans

A New Jersey lawmaker wants to extend property tax relief to all veterans in the state, regardless as to whether they served in combat or not.

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EPA will Soon Release the Findings of A Sans Trimmer Study

Federal Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) officials are coming to Toms River in February to release the findings of its decade long study of the effects of Sans Trimmer on lab rats.

They're trying to determine if the chemical byproduct, discovered in Toms River's drinking water, was responsible for an alarmingly high childhood cancer rate

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Happy New Year! I Want a Divorce

January is a big month for broken hearts. In fact, it's considered National Break Up Month by a number of experts and online forums.

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Whooping Cases on the Decline in NJ, but Still Serious

New Jersey has seen a decline in cases of pertussis, also known as whooping cough, in recent years, but hundreds of kids are still getting the highly contagious respiratory disease. Newborns are especially at risk for serious complications and even death.

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Cars off the icy Garden State Parkway in Sayreville
Cars off the icy Garden State Parkway in Sayreville (The Lakewood Scoop)
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A messy day: freezing rain, rain, and snow

A complicated mix of wet and wintry weather is moving across New Jersey today, making travel conditions messy for most of the day.

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Newborn found burned on roadway dies; Mother charged

The mother of an infant set afire on a South Jersey road has been charged with murder, according to the Burlington County Prosecutor's Office.

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Category: New Jersey News, News
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We asked Christie: Is there too much school testing in NJ?

There is mounting unhappiness about the Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers test, known as PARCC.

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Suspect believed to have shoplifted from the Wine Gallery and the vehicle he left in
Suspect believed to have shoplifted from the Wine Gallery and the vehicle he left in (Brick Police)
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Suspect in Brick Township Shoplift Caper Sought

Theft at a Brick Township liquor store has police combing through surveillance images. They think they have a suspect. Now they're looking for your help to identify him.

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Thursday January 15, 2015 Winning NJ Lottery Numbers

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

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Chris Nolze & Parents, by Tom Mongelli Townsquare Media
Chris Nolze & Parents, by Tom Mongelli Townsquare Media
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Physically Challenged Toms River Teen Pays it Forward

Listen to the Full Townsquare Tonight Interview

A young Toms River man, who's endured unbearable physical challenges and numerous surgeries, starts a foundation to help others. On WOBM-AM's To

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Judge Allows the Acquisition of Beach Parcels in Margate

A U.S. District Judge is reportedly allowing the Army Corp of Engineer's beach replenishment project in Margate to move forward. However, the judge told the state Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) that they must give property owners in the city the chance to challenge the state's taking of easements, according to NJ.com.

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NJ Transit expands Quiet Commute program

The riders have spoken, and NJ Transit will expand its program that offers a 'Quiet Commute' to those who need one.

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