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The Seeing Eye Trains Guide Dogs for Visually Impaired

9-23-14
Since 1929, The Seeing Eye in Morristown has been giving sight in the form of guide dogs to the blind and visually impaired.

Man with special needs left alone on county bus

9-23-14
TINTON FALLS, N.J. (AP) — A bus driver who allegedly left a special needs man alone on a bus for more than two hours last week has been suspended without pay. The man apparently was not harmed during the incident. But further details have not been ...
140922Cruz

Booker, Pascrell Bills Would Target Health Care Disparities Among Minorities

9-22-14
The ReDUCE Act aims to lessen the disparities for health care among minority groups.

Clementi family become advocates after suicide

9-21-14
NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. (AP) — The family of a New Jersey college student who committed suicide after his roommate recorded him with another man has emerged as a champion for LGBT and vulnerable youth. Founded by the 18-year-old's family, the Tyler ...
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One Family’s Struggle with Return Home NJ

9-19-14
A developmentally disabled man returned to New Jersey through the Return Home NJ program is facing charges after allegedly threatening his roommate in a group home.

CDC: Severe respiratory illness now in 22 states

9-19-14
NEW YORK (AP) — Health officials say 22 states now have confirmed cases of an unusual respiratory illness in children. An uncommon virus — enterovirus 68 — is causing the illnesses. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention officials said ...

Gloucester County gets monitors for future leaks

9-19-14
WOODBURY, N.J. (AP) — Gloucester County is getting weather monitors in the wake of a 2012 train derailment that leaked a dangerous gas in southern New Jersey. The county prosecutor's office secured $150,000 in grants. Coordinator Bill Donovan ...
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Case of Enterovirus Confirmed in NJ

9-18-14
The CDC has confirmed one enterovirus case in New Jersey so far, but one doctor anticipates more cases in the state this season.
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Founder of Liberian Girls School: Ebola Outbreak Continues to Grow

9-18-14
Katie Meyler of Bernardsville has returned to Liberia despite the continuing threat of the Ebola virus. She says the outbreak continues to grow exponentially and that fast action is needed to control the spread of the disease.
140918Wanko

Hospitals Work to Prepare for Future Storms

9-18-14
A new report says many hospitals experienced critical challenges during Hurricane Sandy and now they're working to be better prepared for future storms.