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Who's Running For NJ Governor? Most Residents Don't Have A ClueThe race to succeed New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is now on in earnest, and there's one problem confronting all the announced candidates.
NJ Supreme Court: Towns Must Update Affordable Housing Goals To Address State InactionIt's the latest in a series of rulings stemming from the four decades old "Mount Laurel decision" that requires municipalities to set aside housing for low income people.
US Supreme Court Delays Decision On NJ Sports Betting AppealAny decision on whether to consider the appeal could be months away.
Formal Opening For New Rowan University Business SchoolRowan University took the wraps off its new $63 million Rohrer College of Business.
Christie Says Wife Wouldn't Move To D.C.The Republican governor said he would have made at least a two-year commitment to be there.
NJ Lt. Governor Announces Bid For Governor, Takes Jab At ChristieNew Jersey's first Lieutenant Governor has now entered the fray to seek her boss's job.
Revived Talk Of South Jersey Light Rail Project In Light Of Camden DevelopmentAs Subaru's new headquarters in Camden continues to take shape, there's talk, and apparent planning, to improve public transportation options to the city as a whole.
NJT Addresses Sleep Apnea Concerns In Wake Of Hoboken AccidentNew Jersey Transit train engineers are being checked for signs of sleep apnea, in the wake of last year's deadly accident in Hoboken.
BurlCo Military Base Gets New Life With Refueling Plane UpgradeGood news for Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, which will be home to the latest in midair refueling tankers.
Judge Remands Bridgegate Complaint Against NJ Governor For A New HearingA northern New Jersey judge has ordered a new municipal court hearing on a private complaint alleging Governor Chris Christie failed to act during the Bridgegate scandal in 2013.
More Police Body Cameras Coming To South Jersey DepartmentsThe State of New Jersey has released a half-million dollars to 37 police departments, including 10 in South Jersey, to provide body cameras for police officers.
Region Copes With First Blast Of Winter Without Much Of A ProblemCrews had their plows down some streets, but this was for the most part a salting operation.

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