Food Network star Aaron McCargo Jr. is looking to open a Camden restaurant and he's one step closer to his goal. He just received a $100,000 Camden Urban Enterprise Zone grant for his planned restaurant. However, that's considerably short of the one
While New Jersey educators are relying more & more on standardized tests to evaluate students, a growing group of families here & across the country are opting to boycott the tests, in the belief they waste time & taxpayer money, don't measure students true skills & interfere with real learning.
April is National Distracted Driving Awareness Month and the Somerset County prosecutor's office is announcing the beginning of 'Put It Down 2013,' an effort to combat distracted driving; specifically focusing on drivers who break New Jersey's laws on the matter
Back...back...back into time in "The Time Machine" with the national singles chart from Tuesday, March 30, 1982 (the local chart was incomplete at this time, because the station was leaving out the harder-edged stuff)
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