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(L-R) Manchester PD Lieutenant James Sharkey' Mayor Kenneth Palmer; Leisure Village West Pet Club President Anne Gormley; K9 Officer Marc Micciula and Storm; Lieutenant Vincent Manco (Allan Goldberg, CPP Coachman Studios)
(L-R) Manchester PD Lieutenant James Sharkey' Mayor Kenneth Palmer; Leisure Village West Pet Club President Anne Gormley; K9 Officer Marc Micciula and Storm; Lieutenant Vincent Manco (Allan Goldberg, CPP Coachman Studios)
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Manchester pet advocates support police K-9 unit

Pet lovers in Manchester show their appreciation for the township's hardest-working dogs with a $1,000 donation to the township police K-9 unit through the Manchester Township Police Foundation.

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Megan’s Law registrant accused of slipping off the radar

An alleged lapse in Megan's Law compliance lands a Howell Township man temporarily behind bars, but if he's found guilty it could be up to five years.

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NJ Zombie Walk in Asbury Park to be Buried

Rising costs and growing popularity will become the nails on the coffin for the annual New Jersey Zombie Walk in Asbury Park. The organizer of the free event announced on Facebook Thursday that he's cancelling it. 

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N.J. lawmakers push for ‘Right to Try’ unapproved drugs

A group of lawmakers is hoping to give terminally ill people in New Jersey access to drugs that are in the clinical trial stage, but have not yet been approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. Currently, there are 24 states that have enacted a "Right to Try" law.

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Another Drowning in Ocean County this week

For the second time this week in Ocean County, a person has drowned. This time a 77-year-old man was found dead in a pool at home on Radcliffe Road Thursday afternoon, according to The Lacey Reporter.

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Decent weekend weather for N.J.: Scattered sunshine, spotty showers

As last night's thunderstorms clear out of New Jersey Friday morning, skies will clear away and humidity will drop slightly as the weekend approaches.

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Second Public Meeting on Route 9 Study to be held in Lakewood

There's mixed emotion as to whether another study of Route 9 actually will result in improvements being made to the congested highway through Lakewood and Toms River Townships, after decades of hopes being raised.

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NJ’s heroin epidemic is ‘spiraling out of control’

Last year there were 781 heroin-related deaths in the Garden State, and the scourge shows no sign of letting up.

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Battling unemployment insurance fraud in New Jersey

A stunning number of people try to fraudulently obtain unemployment insurance benefits from the State of New Jersey every week. One legislator wants a law to really punish these scammers, while the state's labor commissioner weighs in on his department's successful battle against this type of fraud.

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Jordon DeGroote, 17, could become the youngest Board of Education member in the state. (degroote4boe.org)
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West Windsor-Plainsboro student seeks public office

If he gets the most votes in November, a rising senior at West Windsor-Plainsboro High School South will become the youngest Board of Education member in New Jersey.

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