Author: Steve Adubato

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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New Year, Nagging Issues

January 7, 2019

Murphy, Sweeney need to shake hands and come out swinging at the problems facing our state.

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Former Newark priest Robert Hoatson dedicates himself to supporting and advocating for victims of sexual assaults.

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State, local communities roll out initiatives to battle opioid epidemic.

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New Jersey’s new education commissioner shares his thoughts on testing, pre-K, charters and more.

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Lieutenant governor Sheila Oliver hopes to tap her wealth of experience to address NJ’s toughest issues.

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Trash is wreaking havoc on our waterways. At the Shore, towns and volunteers are taking action.

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Six years after the devastation of Hurricane Sandy, Shore businesses reflect on their painful recovery.

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Students & Free Speech

May 18, 2018

Where should schools draw the line?

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An ex-governor shares lessons about tough choices, big-picture thinking and respect for your foes.

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