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Smoking Ban Gets Revision [AUDIO]

The proposed smoking ban at New Jersey's public beaches, forests and parks was tweaked during this week's hearing on the bill in the state Senate.

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New Trucking Rules Raise Concerns [AUDIO]

Nearly a year into major changes within the trucking industry, there's still plenty of concern that the cons could be outweighing the pros.

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Category: National News, News Tags:
Toms River tolls
Toms River tolls (NJ DOT)
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More Tolls Coming to NJ Roadways? [POLL/AUDIO]

A long-standing federal ban on interstate tolling could soon be lifted under a $302 billion transportation plan by the Obama administration.

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7 Months After Hurricane Sandy, New Jersey Shore Open For Memorial Day
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NJ Beach Badge Fees Hold Steady [AUDIO]

After Sandy there were dire predictions that Jersey shore communities would be forced to dramatically increase fees for beach badges to help pay for cleanup and restoration work. But it turns out the vast majority of shore towns are holding beach badge costs steady this summer.

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Beachgoers play volleyball on the Atlantic City beachfront before a national pro volleyball tour began.
Beachgoers play volleyball on the Atlantic City beachfront before a national pro volleyball tour began. (AP Photo/Wayne Parry)
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Hiring Still Strong for NJ Tourism Industry [AUDIO]

With the summer tourism season just ahead, there are still many jobs available in the state's hospitality, tourism and retail industries.

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Oyster Creek Sirens Tested Today
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Assessing Earthquake Risk at Oyster Creek [AUDIO]

The Oyster Creek Nuclear Power Plant in Lacey Township, Ocean County, is among 21 plants nationwide being ordered by the Nuclear Regulatory Commission to conduct in-depth analyses of earthquake risk.

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Harsher Penalties for Hit-and-Run Boaters [AUDIO]

Boaters who leave the scene of an accident in New Jersey would face the same criminal penalties as motorists, under legislation approved by the Assembly Law and Public Safety Committee.

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New Movoto Map Shows Each State's wealthiest person
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Tax Credits Possible for Seasonal Employers [AUDIO]

Shore-area businesses being hit with higher costs associated with the minimum wage increase could get some assistance, under proposed legislation.

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Belmar Boardwalk (Michael Loccisano, Getty Images)
Belmar Boardwalk (Michael Loccisano, Getty Images)
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Shore Tourism Gains Momentum [POLL/AUDIO]

Destination marketing experts say a great deal of collective effort has gone into changing the national perception of the Jersey Shore.

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Wounded Soldiers Visit Afghanistan with Operation Proper Exit
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Menendez Lends Support to Joint Base

Though the Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst has not been listed on the list of potential base closures, Sen. Bob Menendez (D-NJ) has joined the growing list of officials voicing their support for the military instillation.

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Millennials are volunteering their time as a way to gain experience and make contacts that could help lead them to jobs.
(mangostock, ThinkStock) Millennials are volunteering their time as a way to gain experience and make contacts that could help lead them to jobs.
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Millennials: The Volunteer Generation [AUDIO]

In the final installment of our five-part series, “Millennials,” we discuss how people of this generation are doing volunteer work as a way to learn valuable skills and make connections while they continue to search for work.

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Sandy damage
Jersey shore damage caused by Superstorm Sandy in October 2012 (Mark Wilson, Getty Images)
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Sandy Rental Assistance Runs Out [AUDIO]

As of Thursday, rental assistance for Sandy victims through the Federal Emergency Management Agency has run out, leaving 1,300 people in the lurch according to the Wall Street Journal.

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