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Strike Looms for Verizon Workers if Agreement Isn’t Reached

Verizon customer service workers, installers and repairmen are prepared to strike effective Wednesday morning if Verizon doesn't agree to their contract demands, which include wage increases and job security.

FAA Gives OK to Increase Air Traffic at Newark Liberty Airport

The FAA is easing restrictions on the number of takeoffs and landings coming in and out of Newark Liberty International Airport. The measure will allow for more flights by different airlines and help to reduce airfares, according to the Port Authority.

Bakery’s Italian Rainbow Donut Creation is in Demand

Glaze Donuts in New Milford sells Italian rainbow donuts, among other unique treats.

Author and Motivational Speaker talks About Living with Autism

Kerry Magro talks about his life and living with autism as well as the goals of the autism community.

Sen. Menendez Accuses Three Airlines of Price Gouging

Sen. Bob Menendez has called for the U.S. Department of Transportation to investigate American, Delta and United Airlines for price gouging.

State’s Reval Order Stirs Ruckus with Urban Mayors

The state of New Jersey has ordered Elizabeth, Dunellen and Jersey City to perform a revaluation by November of 2017. Leaders of those municipalities believe the decision is political.

RWJ, Barnabas Health Merger Creates NJ’s Largest Health Care System

The new RWJBarnabas, the product of a merger between Robert Wood Johnson and Barnabas Health, includes 11 acute care hospitals and dozens of other facilities and will reach nearly 5 million people.

Assembly Speaker Introduces ‘Compromise’ AC Rescue Bill

Assembly Speaker Vincent Prieto has introduced a bill offering an alternative to a total state takeover for Atlantic City. But Gov. Christie says he's not interested in it.

Pfizer, Allergan Merger Called Off

After the Obama administration announced new regulations to prevent companies from moving their headquarters overseas, the merger between Pfizer and Dublin-based Allergan was called off.

WPU Professor Discusses Gender Stereotypes

William Paterson University Professor Elizabeth Haines says gender stereotypes haven't changed much in recent decades.