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Brine Makes Roads Safe, But it Can Corrode Cars

3-6-15
Mechanics say the acidic compounds in brine can corrode cars even faster than rock salt, costing Americans about $6.5 million in repairs.
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Codey Responds to Christie Blaming Past Governors for Pension Crisis

3-5-15
Former Gov. Dick Codey says Gov. Christie should stop blaming past governors for the pension situation and work to fix the problems.
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Officials Question Christie’s Involvement in Exxon Settlement

3-5-15
Environmentalists and some elected officials are questioning Gov. Christie's involvement in the settlement allowing ExxonMobil to pay $225 million for almost $9 billion in environmental damages.
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Some Businesses Thrive, Others Suffer with Snow Storm

3-5-15
Companies that provide snow removal are happy when the snow comes, while others see fewer customers.
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Salon Owner Helps Those Who’ve Lost Hair from Illness

3-5-15
Danielle Grillo turned her salon into a place that helps people who have hair loss from medical side effects.
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Officials Discuss Transportation Funds

3-3-15
With the Transportation Trust Fund expected to run dry July 1, officials talked about what can be done to replenish it.
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Assembly Committee Passes Measure to Encourage Offshore Wind

3-2-15
The Assembly Telecommunications and Utilities Committee passed a resolution urging the state BPU to stop dragging its feet on offshore wind.
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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.
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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.
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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.