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Local GOP legislators want registers for domestic violent offenders

House Rep Brad Klippert (Republican of the State House) Basically based on his decades of law enforcement work, an 8th District MP tabled a bill that would create a state registry for domestic violent offenders REP. AS A DEPUTY, KLIPPERT SEEN MANY TRAGICAL IT INCIDENTS Brad Kilppert, who co-serves with …

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Gas Heading To $ 4 A Gallon – When Could It Happen In NJ?

In recent months, New Jersey gas prices have been up to 10 cents a gallon higher than the national average, prompting an analyst who forecast the United States could pay $ 4 a gallon by Memorial Day, to speed up its forecast for the Garden State. Patrick De Haan, head …

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98 year old Auschwitz survivor to speak to students

Dov Forman: “It is now more important than ever that we listen to people like my great-grandmother” Dov Forman 98-year-old Holocaust survivor Lily Ebert and her great-grandson Dov Forman will speak to students ahead of this year’s Holocaust Remembrance Day. Gillian Carr will be on Thursday, January 20th – one …

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Review of the year 2021 part I

Retired Alderman John Tewell died with his wife Faye at the 2020 Christmas tree lights in June. JanuaryAlayah Gomez will be the county’s firstborn baby in 2021.Two new Churchill County commissioners and four school board members took their oaths of office.A New Year’s run and walk started in 2021.Churchill County …

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NJ ShopRite employee is stabbed to death with the delicatessen’s “biggest knife”

CLARK – A disagreement between two employees resulted in a knife stabbed in a supermarket on Sunday afternoon as shocked customers looked on, officials said. The township police said on their Facebook page that they responded to a “argument” at ShopRite on Central Avenue on Sunday afternoon. Police did not …

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Review of the year 2021: selected key areas of business development, projects | Messages

WILMINGTON – In 2021, the Wilmington Board of Selectmen addressed major city issues related to spaces, economic development, COVID-19 relief, memorials and more. In preparation for the annual town meeting, which begins in February, an early issue for the board this year was the article on the proposed rededication of …

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From Red Raiders to Masked Mandates, Center County’s year of change was 2021 | News, sports, jobs

TIM WEIGHT / FOR THE EXPRESS November 11th, Veterans went into effect when Center County held Veterans Day at the Center County Courthouse. What a year it was. Center County’s 2021 was similar to 2020 in many ways. As COVID-19 cases rose over the year, Center County did its best …

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Premarket stocks: IPOs were hot. Now investors are dropping them

But after that the shine often went off. Of the U.S. IPOs that raised more than $ 1 billion in 2021, 20 are trading below their IPO price while only 16 are above, according to data from Dealogic made available to Before the Bell this week. “After that jump on …

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These lines were common all over New Jersey

We have a tradition of going to one of the few restaurants in the area that are open every Christmas morning. They are usually run by people who don’t celebrate Christmas and don’t bother with additional business. So I found one that was pretty close and said they were open …

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