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West New York Mayor Takes Cuban Migrant Crisis to Heart

2-17-16
West New York Mayor Felix Roque, acting as a private citizen, has spent almost a quarter of a million of his own dollars by traveling to Costa Rica and rescuing scores of migrants from terrible conditions as they waited for permission to migrate to the U.S.
151217Flanagan

Alleged Discrimination Leads to Investigation of One Newark

12-17-15
This November, Newark’s School District agreed to address alleged discrimination via an investigation from the U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights.
151215Vannozzi

Evesham Safe Ride Program Expands to Voorhees

12-15-15
Before rolling out the safe ride program in Evesham Township, police were making about six drunk driving related arrests each month. Currently they've had two in a hundred days.
151211Vannozzi

Racial Divide After Protests at Princeton University

12-11-15
They weren’t expecting the national debate that would follow their 32-hour sit-in and now members of the Black Justice League are defending their protests, after many on Princeton University’s campus say it’s created more of a racial divide.
151126Wanko

At Langosta Lounge Thanksgiving Means Sharing a Free Meal

11-26-15
At Langosta Lounge in Asbury Park Marilyn and Richard Schlossbach along with hundreds of other volunteers have been preparing a free Thanksgiving meal to anyone in need for nearly 10 years.
151126Vannozzi

Celebrating Thanksgiving with a Tribute for Troops Aboard Battleship New Jersey

11-26-15
It’s the 11th Annual Thanksgiving Tribute for Troops at the historic Battleship, the highest ranking navy vessel in U.S. history. Volunteers served a turkey dinner with all the trimmings to veterans and active military from Joint Base-Mcguire-Dix-Lakehurst, the Dover Air Force Base and several others.
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Camden County Families Celebrate National Adoption Day

11-20-15
More than 40 Camden County families opened their homes during National Adoption Day.
151106Vannozzi

Census Shows 1 in 4 Homes in New Jersey Speak a Language Other Than English

11-6-15
There’s been a small but significant increase in the percent of people age five and older who speak a language other than English, in New Jersey its gone from about 30 percent to 31 percent from 2010-2013.
150923Cruz

Remembering Baseball Legend Yogi Berra

9-23-15
Baseball Legend and Montclair resident Yogi Berra has died at the age of 90.