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Teacher’s Union Vows Fight Over PERC Ruling

8-24-15
The state’s largest teachers union is vowing to fight a recent decision by the Public Employment Relations Commission over pensions.
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Newark Puerto Rican Parade Says Thanks, But No Thanks to Baraka Gift

8-24-15
The Newark Puerto Rican Parade Committee received a $5,000 donation from Mayor Ras Baraka, but the committee's president says that he is inclined to return he money as the committee is at odds with Baraka and his administration.
150821Flanagan

US Stock Market Struggles Against Chinese Economy, Low Oil Prices

8-21-15
This week was one of the worst in recent stock market history due to a flailing Chinese economy, tanking oil prices and the potential of the Fed raising interest rates.
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TCNJ Debuts Campus Town Community

8-21-15
The College of New Jersey revealed its new Campus Town, a new community within the Ewing campus for students that includes housing and retail amenities.
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Jaffe Morning Briefing: Aug. 21, 2015

8-21-15
Jaffe Communications gives its take on the news in New Jersey.
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Baraka Blasts Report on Violent Crime as City Endures Five Killings in 48 Hours

8-20-15
About five killings occurred in Newark within a 48 hour time span. Meanwhile critics say that more needs to be done in the city to combat the issue of violence.
150820Flanagan

With Deadline Approaching, Applicants Ask FEMA to Look at Their Cases Again

8-20-15
With the Sept. 15 deadline approaching, Superstorm Sandy victims are requesting that FEMA take another look at their claims.
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Court Rules in Child Neglect Case Over Toddler Left Unattended in Car

8-20-15
The state supreme court ruled that the mother accused of child neglect and abuse for leaving her 19-month-old unattended in her car deserves a chance for her case to argue her case again.
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Jaffe Morning Briefing: Aug. 20, 2015

8-20-15
Jaffe Communications gives its take on the news in New Jersey.
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Sandy Transparency Act Requires State to Provide Homeowners Information On Case Status, Deadlines

8-19-15
Senate President Steve Sweeney sponsored the Sandy Transparency Act, which requires the state to provide homeowners -- victimized by Superstorm Sandy -- information on case status, amounts and deadlines on grant and loan applications.