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Burlington County Collision: Dems Threaten GOP Power At The Sheriff's Office

The retirement this year from law enforcement of Burlington County Sheriff Jean Stanfield prompted the mobilization of three men from within the department to take her place.

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Our Oceans Are Choking In Plastic, And Half-Measures Are Inadequate | Editorial

Every year, 8 million metric tons of plastic waste are dumped into our oceans. That’s the equivalent of one garbage truck load of petrochemical slop dropped every minute of every day into the sea.

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RCBC To Host Job Fair For Veterans

Rowan College at Burlington County is hosting a job fair for U.S. Military veterans on Nov. 7. More than 20 businesses and organizations have already signed up to participate.

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NJ Leaders To Make Another Big Push To Legalize Recreational Weed. Odds Are 50/50, Top Official Says

There will be a renewed push in the coming weeks to legalize recreational marijuana in New Jersey as top lawmakers “start going after votes” again to pass a bill in the state Legislature, state Senate President Stephen Sweeney told NJ Advance Media on Wednesday.

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NJ Gov. Phil Murphy Earned $2.2 Million In 2018, Lowest In Nine Years, Tax Returns Show

Gov. Phil Murphy and his wife, Tammy, reported earning $2.2 million in 2018, the year Murphy began his term as governor, the lowest amount the couple brought in over the last nine years, according to two pages of the couple's joint 2018 tax return and a summary released by the governor's office Wednesday. 

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Picking Up The Pace On Electric Vehicles - And Charging Stations - In NJ

New bill sets ambitious goals for multiplying public charging stations and could funnel millions in rebates to motorists

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Your Chiropractor Plan Stays The Same Under Horizon After State Rejects New Proposal

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Princeton Seminary Will Pay $27M In Slavery Reparations

Princeton Theological Seminary will set aside more than $25 million to pay reparations for its historical ties to slavery, thrusting the seminary to the forefront of a national debate over how America’s should reconcile with its slave-owning past.

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State Board Of Ed Advances Proposal To Eliminate Some Standardized Tests

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NJ Promised To Treat Its Dead Better. Instead, More Bodies Are Piling Up And Staff Is Fleeing

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