Uncertainty is common for some residents of New Jersey towns considering municipal energy aggregation programs, which one expert explains is very different from individual contracts that may have burned consumers in the past.
A fire that leveled a home in Freehold is only one of several emergencies that taxed firefighters, electrical maintenance crews and water workers in three counties on one of the most bitterly cold days of 2015 to date.
A 39-year-old who once called Port Monmouth home will spend at least 10 years in prison, and perhaps as many as 20, for running what New Jersey investigators call the largest indoor-marijuana growing operation ever uncovered in the state.
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