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Annette Petriccione

Born and raised in New Jersey, I'm definitely a Jersey Girl. I even have the big hair to prove it! Through my years at NJ 101.5, I've held various roles in the newsroom, but my current role as the assistant news director is the one that's been the most rewarding. Not only do I get to work closely with the station's talk show hosts, anchors and reporters, but I also get to suggest stories that I think will be impactful to our listening and reading audience!
Long Beach Island Recovery
Long Beach Island Recovery (Mario Tama, Getty Images)
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Residents Allowed to Return to Long Beach Island Towns Saturday

Governor Chris Christie has agreed to a plan put forward by the mayors of Long Beach Island to lift the evacuation order for the barrier island communities heavily damaged by Hurricane Sandy, to allow residents controlled access to assess damage, retrieve belongings and permitting repopulation of the island for residents whose homes are safe and habitable.

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Hurricane Sandy
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How to Safely Remove Debris From Hurricane Sandy

The Christie Administration and the Department of Environmental Protection are taking a series of actions to ensure that the massive volume of debris and trash resulting from Hurricane Sandy is removed from storm-affected areas efficiently so affected communities can begin to recover from the storm’s unprecedented and widespread devastation.

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Shamsidden Abdur-Raheem and Zara Malani-Lin Abdur-Raheem.
Shamsidden Abdur-Raheem and Zara Malani-Lin Abdur-Raheem (Middlesex County Prosecutor's Office, MySpace)
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Dad Gets Life for Tossing Baby Over Driscoll Bridge

Shamsiddin Abdur-Raheem was sentenced to life in state prison today for throwing his infant daughter from the Driscoll Bridge on the Garden State Parkway into the Raritan River in February 2010. The baby’s body was found on the bank of the river two months later.

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Aerial view of damage in Seaside Heights following Sandy
Aerial view of damage in Seaside Heights following Sandy (Tim Larsen, Governor's Office)
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FEMA Public Assistance Approved for All 21 New Jersey Counties

Governor Chris Christie today announced that the federal government has extended public assistance to all 21 counties in New Jersey as a result of the impact of Hurricane Sandy, extending public assistance now to all 11 New Jersey counties not previously approved.

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Unemployment Office
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Disaster Unemployment Assistance Available in NJ Counties Impacted by Sandy

The U.S. Department of Labor announced that it approved Governor Chris Christie’s request for eight (8) New Jersey counties to qualify for federal Disaster Unemployment Assistance as a result of the destruction caused by Hurricane Sandy.

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