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Growing New Jobs in Newark for Veterans

5-21-15
Rutger's Veterans Environmental Technology Solutions program is putting unemployed veterans back to work and allowing them to give back to the community in a new way.
150520Flanagan

NJ Transit Commuters Concerned About Proposed Fare Hike

5-20-15
Those who get to work using NJ Transit have been expressing concerns at public hearings regarding the proposed 9 percent fare hikes.
150520Schlager

What’s Hot at the Jersey Shore This Summer

5-20-15
NJ Monthly Editor Ken Schlager speaks about what's new for the Jersey Shore this summer as Memorial Day weekend prepares to kick off.
150520Hill

Marine Gives Back to Veterans Through Backpacks for Life

5-20-15
U.S. Marine Sgt. Brett D'Alessandro started the non-profit Backpacks for Life, where he fills backpacks with supplies and distributes them to homeless veterans.
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Is Your Car is Affected by Takata’s Airbag Recall?

5-20-15
Takata has recalled its airbags, affecting 34 million U.S. vehicles. You can enter your vehicle's VIN on a recall look-up website to see if you're affected.
Verizon's Basking Ridge facility. - (CUSHMAN & WAKEFIELD)

Verizon sells Basking Ridge complex in $650M leaseback deal

5-20-15
Verizon has sold and leased back its operations complex in Somerset County.
150519Hill

Should New Jersey Allow Motorists to Pump Their Own Gas?

5-19-15
New Jersey lawmakers are considering ending the ban on self-serve gas in the state, but some say the move will lead to layoffs.
150519Flanagan

BPU Votes to Deregulate Verizon’s Landline Services

5-19-15
Members of the Board of Public Utilities voted to deregulate, or reclassify, Verizon's landline services over the next five years. Opponents say they will go through the agreement and may file a legal appeal since rates will rise.
150515Hill

NJ Dems Propose Bill to Reduce Out-of-Network Health Care Costs

5-15-15
The Out-of-Network Consumer Protection, Transparency, Cost Containment and Accountability Act aims to cap prices and treat out-of-network fees more like in-network rates.