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Sham NJ College Helps Enrollees Obtain Student Visas, Not Diplomas
NJTV News | April 6, 2016 | Education
Over three years, the University of Northern New Jersey enabled a thousand foreign nationals from 26 countries to get valuable enrollment papers
Proposed PATH Train Link to Newark Airport Isn’t Likely to Get Off the Ground
NJTV News | March 30, 2016 | Transportation
Gateway tunnel under Hudson and new bus terminal in Midtown among projects expected to get higher priority
Christie, Prieto at Odds Over Deals with Public Worker Unions in Atlantic City
NJTV News | March 21, 2016 | More Issues
Assembly speaker wants to retain collective bargaining agreements; governor promises veto
Jersey City's Changing Face Raises Questions About Impact of Development
NJTV News | March 21, 2016 | More Issues
Some fear gentrification could squeeze out working-class residents, minorities
They Supported Christie – Now Christie’s Asking Them to Support Donald Trump
NJTV News | March 10, 2016 | Politics
New Jersey’s Republican Party county chairmen trying to decide on their next move
Newark Makes Strides in Efforts to Provide More Affordable Housing
NJTV News | March 9, 2016 | Housing
City acquires decrepit housing, sells it for rehabilitation, distributes vouchers for displaced tenants
NJ Eases Restrictions on Use of Stun Guns by Police Departments
NJTV News | March 9, 2016 | More Issues
New rules allow use if someone resists arrest, carries a deadly weapon, or threatens physical force
‘Bridgegate’ Law Firm Overbills by Half-Million Dollars, Says Assemblyman
NJTV News | March 3, 2016 | Politics
Overall costs for various legal fees and expenses of investigation by legislative committee now add up to $15 million
Governor Nominates Judge to Fill Vacancy on State Supreme Court
NJTV News | March 1, 2016 | Politics
Democratic legislators expected once again to block Christie’s choice for state’s highest court
‘Fishing for Energy’ Project Clears Barnegat Bay's Floor of Underwater Debris
NJTV News | February 29, 2016 | Energy & Environment
Hundreds of lost and abandoned crab pots being recycled and converted to electricity
Christie Makes Low-Key Return to Role as Garden State’s Chief Executive
NJTV News | February 25, 2016 | Politics
Some wonder if job has lost its allure in aftermath of governor’s failed presidential bid
Inmates Given Helping Hand in Tackling Challenges of Re-Entering Society
NJTV News | February 19, 2016 | More Issues, Social
Trenton-area branch of Volunteers of America assisted several thousand paroled prisoners last year alone
Pinelands Preservation Group Offers Downbeat Assessment in Annual Report
NJTV News | February 18, 2016 | Energy & Environment
Cites political interference leading to approval of two pending gas-pipeline projects
Assemblywoman: Use Property Tax Relief Funds to Expand Preschool Offerings
NJTV News | February 16, 2016 | Education
Legislation would allocate $110M more for pre-K programs in over 100 lower-income districts
Opponents of Development at Liberty State Park Map Out Their Strategy
NJTV News | January 27, 2016 | More Issues
Coalition promises to drag out fight in courts until Gov. Christie’s out of office
Confident Christie Vows to Bring Some Jersey Attitude to the White House
NJTV News | August 6, 2015 | Politics
Governor tells GOP supporters at Asbury Park event that he expects to win nomination, become president
Christie Faces Big Hurdles Despite Participation in GOP Candidate Forums
NJTV News | August 5, 2015 | Politics
Trump steals much of straight-talking governor’s thunder while Ohio Gov. Kasich’s credentials appear to trump Christie’s record in Garden State
Watch Gov. Chris Christie’s Announcement of Candidacy for GOP Nomination
NJTV News | July 1, 2015 | Politics
NJ governor returns to his old high school to kick off bid for Republican presidential nod
Port Authority Chairman Reports Progress Has Been Made, More Reforms Needed
NJTV News | June 23, 2015 | Politics
NJ lawmakers applaud improvements but say they – and public – remain deeply skeptical
Bill Would Make It Easier to Remove All Guns from Homes in Domestic-Violence Cases
NJTV News | June 16, 2015 | More Issues, Social
Even before cases are resolved, courts could be told about – and asked to confiscate -- weapons not already seized by law enforcement
Weinberg Goes to Court for Financial Documents on IZOD Center Shutdown
NJTV News | April 27, 2015 | More Issues
State senator skeptical of reasons given for sudden closing of indoor venue at the Meadowlands
Camden School Chief Offers Rebuttal to Critics of Charter-School Takeover
NJTV News | April 24, 2015 | Education
In response to NJEA legal challenge, superintendent says ‘change is hard’ but schools in question are ‘in need’ of revitalization
High Levels of Lead in Blood Called Yet Another Legacy of Hurricane Sandy
NJTV News | April 23, 2015 | Sandy
Demolition of older storm-damaged buildings with lead paint unleashes airborne dust
Menendez Tries to Turn Tables, Assails ‘Illegal’ Leaks About Ethics Probe
NJTV News | March 24, 2015 | Politics
New report says charges could be lodged against NJ Democratic senator as early as this week
Transportation Trust Fund Advocates Take Fight to State Legislature
NJTV News | February 10, 2015 | Transportation
Supporters urge Senate Transportation Committee to renew key source of money needed to repair state’s crumbling roads and bridges
NJ Police Build Up Arsenals with Surplus Combat Weapons and Military Gear
NJTV News | December 3, 2014 | Social
Nearly 1,000 semiautomatic assault rifles now in hands of cops through Garden State
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