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Guest Opinion: We Can And Should Do More To Help Our Veterans

There is real pride a person has in knowing that they come from a family with a veteran.

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Training Helps Veterans Get Skills Needed For In-Demand Jobs

What do we owe the military women and men who sacrifice so much to keep us safe at home - besides our most profound thanks?

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Lawmakers Back Tax Breaks To Boost Apprentice Employment

Lawmakers unveiled a pair of tax credits aimed at boosting employment for skilled laborers by enticing employer participation in federal-level apprenticeship programs.

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Government Takes Lead On Prompt Payments — But Only For State Contracts

Legislators appreciate plight of small business owners, say efforts requiring faster payments should stay in private sector

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New Jersey's Recidivism Rate Plummets 19 Percent Over Past Six Years

Among factors driving the drop: more residential and community-based programs to help parolees stay on track and make the transition back to life outside prison.

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Employers Are Desperate To Fill These Jobs With Skilled Workers

You worked for years at the same job. Your attendance record was stellar, your productivity unrivaled. You were a valued employee - until you weren't.

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New Program Offers Free Lyft Rides From Medford Bars

MEDFORD – Two residents have started Medford Saving Lives, a nonprofit community-based foundation, to get residents home safely from bars and restaurants after a night out of drinking.

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Legislation To Assist Students At Rowan College At Burlington County On Murphy's Desk

The full Senate and Assembly voted unanimously Monday to approve legislation recognizing 3+1 programs and amending state rules to allow students participating in those programs to remain eligible for state financial aid, including tuition aid grants, Educational Opportunity Fund grants and NJSTARS scholarships.

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State Legislators Oppose Proposed Hazardous Waste Site

State legislators have joined Burlington County representatives in voicing their opposition to a proposal by Elcon Recycling Services, LLC to build a hazardous waste treatment facility along the Delaware River in Falls Township, Pennsylvania.

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Senior Housing Complex Coming To Riverton Road In Cinnaminson

CINNAMINSON, NJ — A 54-unit affordable rental senior housing community is coming to Riverton Road in Cinnaminson. Officials from Moorestown Ecumenical Neighborhood Development (MEND) and its joint-venture development partner, Conifer Realty, LLC recently joined Cinnaminson Township officials for a groundbreaking of the $12.9 million project on the former site of Cinnaminson Home.

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