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Friday, September 15, 2017 2:56 PM

Senator Singer is silencing his constituents on Facebook

Senator Robert Singer has tried to silence me and his constituents by deleting our comments and banning us from his official campaign page. If Senator Singer is deleting people's comments and or preventing people from commenting, how is he serving all of his constituents?



Wednesday, September 13, 2017 12:00 AM

Tolls on interstates? Higher MVC fees? A new plan wants drivers to pay, pay, pay

A non-profit think tank wants New Jersey drivers to dig deeper into their pockets to help the state Department of Transportation and NJ Transit catch up on needed projects.

The organization, Fund for New Jersey, calling for putting tolls on interstate highways, leasing state toll roads to private operators and raising motor vehicle fees in a report called "Crossroads NJ" set to be released Wednesday.


Friday, September 8, 2017 3:01 PM

5 Interesting Fun Facts about Amy Cores


Thursday, September 7, 2017 12:00 AM

Lakewood fraud arrests spur amnesty program for Medicaid cheats

The wave of arrests in Lakewood in alleged welfare fraud schemes has prompted state officials to establish an amnesty program that will let Medicaid cheaters avoid prosecution if they come forward.

But participants will be required to repay Medicaid for the benefits they received while ineligible, and pay an additional civil penalty based on the amount of improperly received benefits. Participants also must voluntarily withdraw from Medicaid for a one-year period.


Wednesday, September 6, 2017 12:00 AM

New Data Shows 30 New Jersey Towns With Most Heroin Abuse

In New Jersey, heroin is a problem everywhere. And in many places, it's only getting worse.

Each year, Patch takes a look at the 30 communities that have the highest number of heroin treatment cases statewide from the most recent year available (see list below).

For many New Jersey counties, heroin abuse remains a major factor in a steep increase in drug abuse cases in recent years — particularly in Ocean County, where the number of overdoses has more than doubled in recent years.

Indeed, Ocean County had the most towns — nine — on the list of 30 towns based on the state's newly recent data derived from 2016 statistics. Three were from Middlesex — including the small borough of Middlesex and the large township of Woodbridge, which had a 75 percent increase in cases between 2015 and 2016.


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