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Governor says he’s old news but still draws a crowd

6-7-17
Gov. Christie was at St. Barnabas Medical Center in Livingston talking about changes to the state's Prescription Monitoring Program.

Primary winners kick off campaigns with events highlighting legislative priorities

6-7-17
Gubernatorial candidates Phil Murphy and Kim Guadagno hit the campaign trail the day after the primary talking about property taxes and women's health.

Ortley Beach replenishment effort underway

6-6-17
A long-awaited beach replenishment project in Sandy-damaged shore towns is now underway and its being met with relief and resistance.

President plans to privatize air traffic control

6-6-17
President Trump proposed to privatize the U.S. Air Traffic Control system and turn it over to a nonprofit corporation.

NJ Decides 2017: New Jersey Primary

6-6-17
New Jersey went to the polls to cast their ballots for gubernatorial candidates, Senate and Assembly seats and local elections for the primary Tuesday.

​ICE agents arrest unauthorized immigrants at NJ courthouses

6-5-17
ICE has reportedly picked up six unauthorized immigrants in state courts over the past five months, but even more in municipal courts using federal immigration warrants not issued by judges.

Gubernatorial candidates make final push before primary day

6-5-17
All the major party candidates for governor were filing their schedules with campaign stops before Tuesday's primary election.

Army Reserves and Hackensack UMC partner to provide medical training

6-5-17
Fourteen reserves, two from the Air Force and 12 from the Army, will begin two weeks of one-on-one training with Hackensack University Medical Center’s doctors.

Young Urban Leaders helps young adults in Camden succeed

6-5-17
A group in Camden called Young Urban Leaders provides leadership development to young adults through trips, conferences and guest speakers.

Booker, Gottheimer sponsor bills to battle lead contamination

6-5-17
Since 2000, more than 225,000 children in New Jersey were reported to have elevated levels of lead in their blood, according to the Environment New Jersey Research and Policy Center.