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NJ Labor Commissioner Hal Wirths
NJ Labor Commissioner Hal Wirths in Liberty State Park (Townsquare Media)
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Good news from NJ labor chief, bad news from Fed on employment

It's very rare for good news to come out of a hearing on the New Jersey state budget, but that's what happened Thursday when New Jersey's labor commissioner testified before the Senate Budget Committee.

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Cocaine use is still a problem in NJ. (GeniusKp, ThinkStock)
Cocaine use is still a problem in NJ. (GeniusKp, ThinkStock)
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Dangerous ‘insanity drug’ showing up in New Jersey

A new synthetic drug described as dangerous and unpredictable is starting to show up in parts of the tri-state region.

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Route 35 repaving closure rescheduled to Monday

Scattered showers toss a wrench into the plans for the full closure of Route 35 for final repaving through Bay Head and Mantoloking. New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) officials now set it for Monday, April 20 - but caution that there will be a partial closure anyway tonight.

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Sketch of Emma Grace (NJ State Police)
Sketch of Emma Grace (NJ State Police)
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Emma Grace burial tomorrow, search for mother continues

The infant we've come to know as Emma Grace will be buried in Howell Township Saturday. But how her head and body ended up separately among trash at a Farmingdale recycling center last November is still a matter for investigators, and they hope that finding the mother will shed light on it.

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Scattered showers and storms today, but a wonderful weekend ahead

Steady rain this morning will transition to scattered showers and thunderstorms this afternoon and evening, before a big warmup this weekend.

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Ocean County Sheriff's Facebook Page
Ocean County Sheriff's Facebook Page
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Flags in NJ half-staff for Manchester patrolman

Flags at all New Jersey state buildings lower to half-staff Friday in memory of Manchester Police Officer Scott R. Thompson, who died suddenly at age 47 last week.

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"No Mommy, That One" Sculpture by Seward Johnson (TRBID)
"No Mommy, That One" Sculpture by Seward Johnson (TRBID)
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Downtown Toms River sculptures extol the everyday

A mom and youngster engrossed in a book...a window-washer...a gent perusing a newspaper. These and other activities that occur on any given day in downtown Toms River are depicted in 20 bronze sculptures that will occupy strategic spots there, beginning in May.

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Salaam Bhatti, deputy spokesperson for Ahmadiyya Muslim Community USA, Photo by Tom Mongelli, TSM News
Salaam Bhatti, deputy spokesperson for Ahmadiyya Muslim Community USA, Photo by Tom Mongelli, TSM News
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Ego Drives ISIS, Not Religion

Threats and attacks by Islamic State of Iraq (ISIS) and other extremist groups have nothing to do with religion, but rather ego, according to Salaam Bhatti, a deputy spokesperson for the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community USA.

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Eatontown apartment fire claims a victim

A severely-burned victim 's struggle for life since last Friday's Eatontown aparment fire is over.

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Toms River Police Department Squad Car (Tom Mongelli, Townsquare Media)
Toms River Police Department Squad Car (Tom Mongelli, Townsquare Media)
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Car flips in Toms River, driver survives

A driver whose sport utility vehicle rammed a concrete divider and turned over on Hooper Avenue in Toms River after midnight escapes with minor injuries, according to township police.

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