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Lawmaker expresses urgency in push to pass bill after Sea Isle City balcony collapse
State Sen. Troy Singleton is using the fatal balcony collapse in Sea Isle City last month to increase calls for fellow legislators to pass a bill that would require further scrutiny of the structural integrity of multifamily dwellings.
Democracy must be reborn in every generation. That requires a civic education. - Opinion
Our founding fathers recognized that we would only be able to maintain the democratic form of government that they established in the Constitution if we had an informed and engaged citizenry.
Lawmakers to take up liquor license system reform
Bill would gradually relax existing cap, lower costs
College affordability advocates push for a ban on scholarship award displacement at all New Jersey universities
College affordability advocates in New Jersey are calling on the state to ban scholarship displacement at all higher education institutions.
Burlington County Commissioners, Senator Singleton and the Burlington County Regional Chamber of Commerce kick off County’s first Winter Restaurant Week
MOUNT HOLLY – Calling all foodies. Burlington County’s first Winter Restaurant Week is here!
Burlington County Adds A Second Restaurant Week
If one is good, two is better, right? That’s the thinking of the folks in Burlington County, whose annual restaurant week has proven to be so popular that they are adding a second, winter edition.
Burlington County Commissioners honor leaders and achievers for Black History Month
MOUNT HOLLY – The Burlington County Commissioners continued to celebrate Black History Month this week by honoring several more of the county’s most inspiring leaders and achievers.
New Jersey Lawmakers Send Governor Bill To Let Marijuana Businesses Claim State Tax Deductions As Partial 280E Workaround
New Jersey lawmakers sent the governor legislation on Monday that would allow licensed marijuana businesses to deduct certain expenses on their state tax returns, a partial remedy as the industry continues to be blocked from making federal deductions under Internal Revenue Service (IRS) code known as 280E.
NJ Lawmakers to employ veterans, fill teacher shortage
NEW JERSEY (KYW Newsradio) — New Jersey’s teacher shortage is no secret.
Lowering the boom on noisy car parties
Officials seek to counter excessive disruptions from Philadelphia