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150302Vannozzi

NJ Transit Riders Frustrated with Service, Possible Fare Hikes

3-2-15
Those who commute using NJ Transit say service has been less than ideal this winter and they're not happy about the possibility of paying more.
150227Wanko

Spoon Full of Hope Offers Meals to the Community

2-27-15
A community restaurant in Union Beach lets those who can't pay for a meal work for it.
150228Hill

Community Hope Helps Homeless

2-27-15
Community Hope helped homeless veteran Marcenia Cofield get a place to live for her, her daughter and her five grandchildren.
150226Orton

An Uncertain Future for Surflight Theatre Buildings

2-26-15
The non-profit Surflight Theatre has filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy to liquify property to pay off creditors.
150225Cruz

Christie Flips Script on Critics Expecting Doomsday Budget Address

2-25-15
After a judge ruled the Christie administration must make full pension payments, the governor focused on pension reform during his budget address.
150225Colligan

NJ PBA President: Health Care System Has Been Frustrating

2-25-15
NJ PBA President Patrick Colligan says that the health care system with the state has been frustrating because the PBA has not received information and hasn't been able to make any changes.
150225Vannozzi

TTF Not in Christie’s Budget Address, But Remains Lingering Issue

2-25-15
Gov. Christie didn't talk about the Transportation Trust Fund during his 2016 budget address, but the fund will run out of money July 1.
150224Aron

Christie Focuses Budget Address on Pension System

2-24-15
Gov. Christie discussed a proposal where the NJEA would manage a new pension system for its members as a way to fix the current system.
150224Bram

Asm. Bramnick and Wisniewksi Discuss 2016 Budget Address

2-24-15
Assemblymen Jon Bramnick and John Wisniewksi discuss Gov. Chris Christie's 2016 Budget Address with Chief Political Correspondent Michael Aron.
150224Weinberg

Sen. Weinberg: There is No Deal to Save the Pension System

2-24-15
Senate Majority Leader Loretta Weinberg says although Gov. Christie said there was a deal to save the state's pension system during his budget address, that's not true.