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Memorial Walk for Moose set for Sunday

DELRAN — The Second Annual Memorial Walk for Moose will be held Sunday at 11 a.m. in honor of the chocolate Labrador retriever who was stolen from his owners and left to perish in a hot car last summer.

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Singleton introduces three education reform bills

TRENTON — Assemblyman Troy Singleton is no stranger to controversial subjects.

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Democratic Assemblyman Starts to Leave His Mark on Education Policies

Singleton releases package of three bills, working on revision of 1995 Charter School Law

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$1M grant to pay for new bridge between Cinnaminson, Riverton

TRENTON — A $1 million state grant will be used to replace a bridge across Pompeston Creek between Cinnaminson and Riverton.

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NJDOT awards $1 million grant for Burlington County bridge replacement

The Burlington County Bridge Commission has been awarded a $1 million grant to replace the nearly 80-year-old Pompeston Creek Bridge connecting Riverton and Palmyra.

 

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413,000 NJ mental health records submitted for gun checks

TRENTON — The New Jersey Judiciary is making significant progress in its efforts to provide mental health records to law enforcement about people disqualified from obtaining firearms.

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Christie signs 10 new gun bills, including local lawmakers' anti-trafficking measure

PhillyBurbs.com
By David Levinsky Staff writer

TRENTON — Gov. Chris Christie signed 10 gun measures into law Thursday, but he held off on several others sent to him by the Legislature this summer, including the most controversial ones.

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Bills to assist veterans signed into law

PhillyBlurbs.com
By David Levinsky Staff writer

TRENTON — Measures to help out-of-work veterans and veterans organizations were among the more than two dozen bills Gov. Chris Christie signed into law this week.

 

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She's proud to be a Habitat homeowner

PhillyBlurbs.com
By Chris Bishop

RIVERSIDE — Diane Chambers, a retired schoolteacher from New York, always dreamed of owning her own home.

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NJ Now Requires Doctor’s Note For Handicapped Parking Permit Renewals

CBS Philly
By David Madden

TRENTON, N.J. (CBS) — A new law takes effect in New Jersey today that requires those using handicapped placards for parking in the state prove that they are, in fact, disabled.

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