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November 2015

Guest Editorial : The governor's spin on drug treatment in New Jersey

The Star-Ledger concluded in its editorial today that Gov. Christie is spending less on drug treatment and admitting fewer people annually, even in the face of a blossoming addiction crisis and rise in fatal overdoses.... Read more →

Consumer News: How United became the airline flyers love to hate

Unfriendly skies? NEWARK--Shortly after 11 a.m., United Airline's Flight 71 inbound from Amsterdam settled gracefully on Runway 22L at Newark Liberty International Airport. Within minutes, it was followed by a succession of United arrivals on... Read more →

Tinton Falls Broker-Dealer Cited for Defrauding Over 170 Investors; Clients Loss Millions

View Bureau Order I View Court filing NEWARK – The New Jersey Bureau of Securities today filed legal action against, and separately revoked the registrations of, two individuals who operate a Tinton Falls broker-dealer who... Read more →

Reliable Sources Say Kyle Flood fired as Rutgers football coach

Kyle Flood has been fired as Rutgers football coach, two people familiar with the decision told NJ Advance Media on Sunday. Flood's ouster comes one day after the Scarlet Knights capped a 4-8 campaign, ending... Read more →

OFFICER DOWN: Police Officer Lloyd Reed, St. Clair Township Police Department, Pennsylvania

ST. CLAIR TOWNSHIP PENNSYLVANIA (November 29, 2015)--Police Officer Lloyd Reed was shot and killed on Saturday, November 28, 2015 while responding to a domestic disturbance call at a home at 131 Ligonier Street, in New... Read more →

Moorestown PD Investigating Attempted Burglary on Worthington Dr. and Burglary on Fellswood Dr

MOORESTOWN NJ November 29, 2015 (CNBNewsnet)--Moorestown Police are investigating and attempted burglary and a burglary/theft that occurred this weekend, Police responded to a burglar alarm activation at a reside nce in the 700 block of... Read more →

Rehab Center Pays $35,000 to a Deaf Man for not Providing an ALS Interpreter

press release TRENTON – Acting Attorney General John J. Hoffman and the Division on Civil Rights announced today that an Essex County rehabilitation center has paid a former patient $35,000 to resolve allegations the man,... Read more →

Kunming Shines At 89th Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade

Kunming, Yunnan, China (Photo credit: Wikipedia) NEW YORK, Nov. 28, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Kunming, China was under the spotlight on Thanksgiving, November 26, 2015 in the United States as Macy's Thanksgiving Parade presented for the... Read more →