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150717INTV

Union Spokesman: Casino Workers Willing to Strike to Restore Benefits

7-17-15
UNITE HERE Local 54 Spokesman Ben Begleiter says Taj Mahal casino workers voted to authorize a strike after they were stripped of pensions and health benefits.
150717Flanagan

Firefighters Train at Condemned Homes in Mount Holly

7-17-15
Firefighters got hands-on training at several condemned homes slated for demolition in Mount Holly.
Chris Porrino will rejoin Lowenstein Sandler LLP. - (FILE PHOTO)

Christie’s chief counsel returning to Lowenstein Sandler firm; McElroy Deutsch lawyer tapped as replacement

7-17-15
Chris Porrino will step down as Gov. Christie's chief counsel at the end of July.
150716Cruz

In Camden, Christie Pushes Criminal Justice Reforms for the Nation

7-16-15
Gov. Christie called for reform in the criminal justice system during a speech in Camden. He touted drug courts and treatment over incarceration, as well as bail reform.
150716Flanagan

Latest Attack on DCF Workers Renews Call for Leah’s Law

7-16-15
After two child welfare caseworkers were attacked on the job in Pennsville, state lawmakers say it's time to approve Leah's Law, which would offer greater protection to those at the Department of Children and Families.
150714Wanko

Teaching Students How to Rescue Hostages in Drill

7-14-15
The Monmouth County Emergency Response Team teaches students how to rescue hostages as part of a drill for the Monmouth County Sheriff's Office Annual Youth Week.
150713Vannozzi

Jersey City Dedicates Precinct to Slain Officer

7-13-15
The new West District of the Jersey City Police Department has been dedicated to Detective Melvin Santiago, who was killed in the line of duty.
150713Flanagan

NJ Blue Holes Can be Beautiful But Deadly

7-13-15
Old quarries that have filled with water form blue holes in New Jersey. The picturesque places look like swimming pools, but some have drowned in the very deep, cold waters.
150713Tittel

Sierra Club Director: DEP Did Not Protect Environment with Exxon Settlement

7-13-15
New Jersey Sierra Club Director Jeff Tittel says that the Department of Environmental Protection did not protect the environment in New Jersey when it agreed to a settlement with Exxon for contaminating refinery sites.
150710Flanagan

Sen. Lesniak, Environmentalists Ask Judge to Let Them Intervene in Exxon Settlement Case

7-10-15
Sen. Ray Lesniak and a group of environmentalists have asked a Superior Court judge to let them legally intervene in the Exxon settlement case. The company has agreed to pay $225 million to the state of New Jersey for environmental damage, but opponents say Exxon owes close to $9 billion.