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Jersey Dems Seeking to Expand State Voting Rights

TRENTON-New Jersey Democrats are launching what they are calling the "New Voter Empowerment Act" which will allow 17 year olds to vote in the...

U.S. Congressman MacArthur Asks for Facebook to Stop Attacking Him on...

WASHINGTON, DC-New Jerseyans, many who are transplants from New York City these days are known for their rough exteriors and brash personalities, but one...

James Carville Asks Democrats to “SCREW” Republicans by Saving Obama’s Legacy

WASHINGTON-Democrat strategist James Carville wants to screw Republicans and the majority of Americans who in 2016, voted both for President Donald Trump and for...

Ocean County to Spend $1,000,000 on Service Center Improvements

STAFFORD-After just eight years in operation, Ocean County's Board of Chosen Freeholders have announced they will be spending nearly $1,000,000 in upgrading their Southern...

Jackson MUA: Commissioner is Township Resident

JACKSON-The Jackson MUA said on Thursday that the authority has sufficient reason to believe one of its commissioners, Geneva Clayton does, in fact, reside...

Lakewood fraud amnesty offer gets 159 takers who will repay $2.2M

The Medicaid fraud amnesty program offered to Ocean County residents after 26 people were arrested last summer in a massive sweep has resulted in...

Lakewood Janitor Tips Off Drug Dealer Prior to Police Raid

by Al DellaFave LAKEWOOD-Ocean County Prosecutor Joseph D. Coronato and Lakewood Chief of Police Gregory H. Meyer today announced the arrest of Jorge L. Lopez....

Toms River Students Learn All About Waste at Atlantic County Utilities...

TOMS RIVER-Mr. Vernachio's AP Environmental Science students at High School North visited the Atlantic County Utilities Authority last week. They were provided first-hand looks...

McGuckin Wants to Run the Table on New Jersey Public Utilities...

TOMS RIVER-New Jersey has been hit hard this year by back-to-back-to-back damaging nor'easters and one New Jersey Assemblyman wants JCP&L to pay dearly for...

Pennachhio: First Responders Could Soon Need 6 Point ID Verification at...

Republican state Senator Joe Pennachhio is looking to make it harder for New Jersey's first responders to get their EMT & paramedic certification cards by enabling...