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SUV driven by Robert Jennings (Manchester Police Department)
SUV driven by Robert Jennings (Manchester Police Department)
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Manchester driver hospitalized after dump truck crash

A driver from Manchester is recovering from injuries he incurred in a Wednesday afternoon crash in the township involving his SUV and a dump truck.

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Nicholas Corsair (Toms River Police Dept)
Nicholas Corsair (Toms River Police Dept)
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Two crashes in 10 hours tied to same driver, and also to mom

The Toms River 19-year-old charged in connection with a Tuesday night crash on Route 9 in the township was arrested again the next morning in connection with a hit-and-run on the same stretch of highway. Now his mom faces charges as well, for allegedly letting him get behind the wheel while impaired.

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iStock/Townsquare Digital
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Predawn armed robbery attempt in Jackson under probe: report

An alleged overnight robbery attempt and possible shooting in Jackson is under investigation by township and Ocean County law enforcement.

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New Developments in Separate Sex Assault Cases Against Jersey Shore Politicians

On the heels of being accused of sexual assault by a 15-year-old boy in Jackson, Daniel Toth has withdrawn his bid to again serve on the Brick Township Council.

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A NJ veterans helpline was saved with late funding. (Michelle Malven, ThinkStock)
A NJ veterans helpline was saved with late funding. (Michelle Malven, ThinkStock)
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New Jersey’s veterans helpline saved

To offset federal cuts, Gov. Chris Christie and the Legislature agreed to add money to the State budget to provide funding for the "Vets4Warriors" program and for other veterans' services, including health care.

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New solar energy incentives sought by NJ lawmaker

Assemblyman Tim Eustace wants to jumpstart New Jersey's fading solar energy effort with new incentives for areas of the state where solar is most needed.

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A NJ assemblyman says underfunding transportation funding is not a new problem. (Maciej Korzekwa, ThinkStock)
A NJ assemblyman says underfunding transportation funding is not a new problem. (Maciej Korzekwa, ThinkStock)
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Transportation underfunding is nothing new, assemblyman says

New Jersey's Transportation Trust Fund will go bankrupt at the end of this fiscal year at midnight June 30, 2016 unless a new, sustainable, recurring revenue source is identified.

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Route 539 initiative
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Route 539 initiative aims to reduce fatalities

Since 2013, there have been 11 fatalities on County Route 539 in Ocean County, a main corridor motorists use to travel from the Jersey Shore to Trenton.

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Millennials dining less, restaurants offering more

Food establishments are hoping to reverse the dining trends of millennials who, according to recent reports, have cut back significantly on their restaurant visits over the years.

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Many first-year college students make some unhealthy choices when it comes to nutrition.
Many first-year college students make some unhealthy choices when it comes to nutrition.
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6 tips for avoiding the ‘freshman 15′

It has long been rumored that many first-year college students pack on an average of 15 pounds during their first semester of college. While it is common to put on some weight during that time, the so-called "freshmen 15" is actually a myth.

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