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Why there are so many butts in the sand

Apparently, Jersey is considering a statewide ban on smoking at the beach. But some spots allow it. And there are lots of cigarette butts in the sand even at beaches that don’t.

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First Week in Philadelphia

6/25/14

After spending a weekend in Camden, we were relocated to Temple University. Our home for the next month. It’s funny. After I graduated college I assumed I would be done living in dorms. 658 more words

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Symposia Sells Used Books, Hosts Community Events, Supports Charities

David Roberts has served Hoboken, New Jersey, as a firefighter, a member of the City Council, and as the city’s 36th mayor. Noted for his support of local projects such as the creation of public parks and the preservation of historic structures, David Roberts helps maintain the cultural vibrancy of Hoboken through his contributions to the nonprofit… 277 more words

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Trails East of Tracks - Wenonah Woods - Wenonah, NJ


Trails east of the railroad tracks – Eldridge Loop, Indian Trail, Monongahela Brook Trail and Loop, Comey’s Lake Loop, and Garden Trail – Wenonah Woods Trails – Wenonah, Gloucester County, NJ… 1,403 more words

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Police: Pair Sought In Use Of Officer's Stolen Credit Card

MAPLE SHADE, N.J., (CBS) – Police in Burlington County are asking for the public’s help in identifying a man and a woman wanted in connection with the use of a police officer’s stolen credit card. 224 more words

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Video: Jersey Girl Carli Lloyd comes home

Carli Lloyd, a native of Delran, N.J., and a former star at Rutgers University, is back in her native state. Her NWSL team, the Western New York Flash, plays the New Jersey team, Sky Blue FC, on Thursday (July 31). 84 more words

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At Least 13 Residents Exposed To Kitten With Rabies In Medford Township

By Todd Quinones

MEDFORD TOWNSHIP, N.J., (CBS) According to the Burlington County Health Department, at least three cats, one dog and 13 people have been exposed to a kitten with rabies in Medford Township. 504 more words

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