Author: Steve Adubato

A conversation about the safety and effectiveness of vaccines.

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A commission headed by Secretary of State Tahesha Way will aim to maximize census participation in March 2020.

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The NJEDA Innovation Challenge Grant aims to boost citywide growth.

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The Garden State Initiative aims to help make the local economy more competitive.

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The nation’s next big birthday (in 2026) offers an ideal opportunity to showcase NJ’s patriotic past. Local historians and state officials plan to prepare the state's historic spots for the nation’s Semiquincentennial celebration.

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Fond memories of the Jersey Shore, from warm evenings on the porch to all-night parties at the disco.

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The Governor's STEM Scholars program aims to make future grads aware of the state's diverse job opportunities.

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Initial production capacity would be approximately 4.8 million megawatt-hours of energy annually—enough to serve roughly 500,000 New Jersey homes.

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Big Brothers Big Sisters can change lives—but more mentors are needed.

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In May 2013, Camden disbanded its 141-year-old municipal police department and replaced it with a force run by the county. Fast-forward almost six years. Camden County Police Chief J. Scott Thomson says the situation is improving.

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