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150120Cruz

Newark to Use Civilian Complaint Review Board to Help Oversee Police

1-20-15
Mayor Ras Baraka will use an executive order to create the Civilian Complaint Review Board, which will help oversee the Newark Police Department.
150120Flanagan

Camden Begins Demolishing Blighted Houses

1-20-15
As part of an $8 million plan, Camden has started demolishing more than 600 abandoned homes.
150120Bri

Police Read to Camden Students

1-20-15
A new program meant to better community/police relations and literacy pairs Camden police officers with students.
150119Wanko

Asbury Park Remembers Martin Luther King Jr.

1-19-15
In remembrance of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., the Asbury Park community held a march to build better relationships between residents and law enforcement.
150116Aron

Judge to Decide if Pension Fund Must Be Fully Funded

1-16-15
Judge Jacobson will rule on a suit brought by state unions fighting the Christie administration's reduction of pension payments.
150115Wanko

NJ Connect for Recovery Offers Counseling for Drug Addiction

1-15-15
The Mental Health Association in New Jersey recently launched a free, confidential call line for those coping with addiction.
150114Johnson

U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security Discusses Immigration

1-14-15
U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson says that the Department of Homeland Security has issued a number of directives regarding immigration.
150114Bri

Rutgers Professor Faces Ethics Complaint

1-14-15
The New Jersey Charter Schools Association has filed an ethics complaint against Dr. Julia Sass Rubin, saying she's using her position at Rutgers to improperly advocate for public schools and Save Our Schools NJ.
150114Wanko

Training K-9s to Assist Monmouth County Law Enforcement

1-14-15
The Monmouth County Sheriff's Office K-9 Unit has six dogs that help track narcotics, explosives and suspects.
150113Johnson

U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security: Companies Share Responsibility to Protect Against Cyber Attacks

1-13-15
U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary Jeh Johnson says that there is a lot that companies can do to protect their networks from cyber attacks.