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The Monmouth County Board of Chosen Freeholders made a big splash Thursday March 23rd2017. The Board Of Freeholders passed the 2017 Budget. Freeholder Gary Rich says the board takes the budget seriously. They will soon begin writing next years budget in the next few months.
Circle of Life: the 'Cash me ousside' girl lands a show, while a former reality star is dancing in Atlantic City. Go ahead, United passengers, wear leggings. And, the 'Justice League' looks fierce!
Fog, drizzle, showers, and thunderstorms are in the forecast for Monday and Tuesday, but Wednesday and Thursday look spectacularly sunny.
Last Easter morning, Bill and Tammy Schmincke found their son Steven, who had struggled with opiate addiction for the past four years, unresponsive in their home. They do not want their son's story to be swept under the rug.
Some specialty areas can't find enough qualified candidates, says the head of the NJ Nursing Association.
New Jersey hospitals advised to remain vigilant and increase security to prevent a possible terror attack.
A new survey of small business owners shows more optimism in their ranks about the future than at any time since before the great recession started.
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More millennials are fleeing New Jersey more than any other generation.
One way to try and keep the younger generation in New Jersey, many companies are transforming old, dilapidated office buildings to cater to the changing needs of the millennial workforce...
Criminal history background checks would be expanded to cover family day care providers under legislation likely to soon reach Gov. Chris Christie’s desk.
At the beginning of February, at least 1,600 jobs were up for grabs at boardwalk piers in Seaside Heights and the Wildwoods.
An investigation is underway in Stafford Township after a male teenager allegedly blew past a stop sign in a Hyundai Elantra near the intersection of Nautilus Drive and Treasure Avenue striking a Ford Taurus with two elderly individuals inside around 9 am Sunday morning.
Service on the North Jersey Coast Line was suspended after a Middletown woman was struck by a train Saturday night.
The Barnegat Township Police Department has announced on their Facebook page that they will be taking part in a statewide initiative to combat distracted driving for the month of April, also known as “Distracted Driving Awareness Month”...
The eastbound lanes were closed for several hours at Hooper Avenue,
NJ Transit's 7600 series Northeast Corridor trains are canceled and Amtrak's Northeast Corridor service could have delays on Saturday, the only remaining impacts from Friday's derailment.