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The answer is yes by voters in Toms River to allow the Board of Ed to use $147-million in taxpayer funds to undertake various renovation related projects at several of the school buildings.

The former CFO of the non-profit 'New Horizons in Autism' has plead guilty to stealing nearly $115-thousand dollars from the organization for his personal profit.

A plan is moving forward in Trenton to allow convicted felons in Jersey to vote. Governor Murphy has come out in favor of giving those on probation or parole the right to cast a ballot, but some believe this does not go far enough.

The Shepard who led his flock for over a decade has been called home. Retired Bishop of the Catholic Diocese of Trenton, John Smith passed away on Tuesday following a lengthy battle with an illness at the age of 83.