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150121Flan

NJDOT Shuts Down Bridges Amid Emergency Inspections

1-21-15
The New Jersey Department of Transportation has closed several bridges, but officials wonder where the money to fix them will come from.
150121Bri

Clerks Bogged Down By Commercial OPRA Requests

1-21-15
Companies are using New Jersey's Open Public Records Act to gather information about citizens, which takes up a lot of municipal clerks' time.
150121Wanko

Belmar Prepares for Winter Weather

1-21-15
After seeing its salt supply dwindle last year, Belmar officials are hoping this winter season brings less snow.
jaffe

Jaffe Morning Briefing: Jan. 21, 2015

1-21-15
Jaffe Communications gives its take on the news in New Jersey.
150120Aron

Health Care Summit Tackles Costs, Access, Quality

1-20-15
Assembly Minority Leader Jon Bramnick led a health care summit at Kean University.
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.
150120Murray

Monmouth Polling Director: 73 Percent of Americans Believe a Terror Attack is Likely

1-20-15
Monmouth University Polling Institute Director Patrick Murray says 73 percent of Americans polled believe that a terror attack like the one that occurred in Paris is likely to happen in America.
150120Wanko

Robbinsville Program Lets Residents Give to Charity While Shopping Local

1-20-15
Keep It Local Robbinsville allocates 2 percent of customers' purchases at participating local businesses for charity.
Jersey City Mayor Steven Fulop said the planned 95-story tower is "another milestone moment" for the city. - (AARON HOUSTON)

‘Tallest building in N.J.’ planned for Jersey City

1-20-15
A Chinese developer is planning a 95-story, 760-unit condominium building in Jersey City.
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Assembly Bill Would Increase Suicide-Awareness Training for New Jersey Educators

1-20-15
New measure would require teachers to spend two hours each year learning ways to identify and avoid these tragedies.