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If You Make Less Than $150K, You Could Be Eligible For Childcare Money Under Expanded N.J. Program

New Jersey is raising the income limits so more families are eligible for a new state program designed to dramatically cut childcare costs for school-age kids who are remote learning during the coronavirus pandemic.

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Pandemic In NJ Forces 1.2 Million To Become ‘Food Insecure,’ Report Says

Number surges by 56% this year, higher than national rate due to hard-hit hospitality and leisure industries

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Cops vs. Counselors: Do NJ Schools Need To Rebalance Spending?

TRENTON — A state lawmaker is worried that districts might be spending too much money on security guards and school police officers and not enough on mental health professionals.

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Mail-In Ballots Have Started To Go Out In N.J.

Election season is underway in N.J. with some county clerks saying they have started to send out mail-in ballots ahead of the Oct. 5 deadline for counties to get them in the mail.

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BurlCo Helping Small Businesses Through Zero-Interest Loan Program

MOUNT HOLLY, NJ – The Burlington County Board of Chosen Freeholders and Burlington County Bridge Commission announced on Thursday the launch of a new interest-free loan program aimed specifically at aiding small businesses impacted by the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

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As Governor Murphy Signed Strongest Environmental Justice Bill Into Law, He Also Spoke Of Desire To Sign “The People’s Bill” Into Law

(East Orange, NJ) – Today, Governor Phil Murphy signed bill A-2212/S-232 into law, an environmental justice bill that would make New Jersey a leader in environmental responsibility. During the bill signing ceremony, Governor Phil Murphy, elected officials, and advocates present also used their platform to mention the importance of another significant bill that would make New Jersey a leader amongst states in the country:”The People’s Bill”.

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NJ Election 2020: Voting In New Jersey. Your Questions Answered

What you need to know about how to navigate both mail-in and in-person voting for the November election

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Burlington County Begins Implicit Bias Training For All 900 Police Officers

WESTAMPTON — All 900 police officers in Burlington County will soon be trained to recognize the unconscious prejudices they may have and examine how they can affect interactions with the community as well as their performance on the job.

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NJ Towns Burdened By Pollution Now Have Power To Say ‘No’

Long sought by environmental justice advocates, new law gives locals ability to reject new developments

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Burlington County Holds First Ever 9/11 Remembrance Ceremony

WESTAMPTON — Of the nearly 3,000 lives lost on Sept. 11, 2001, seven had strong Burlington County ties.

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