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Kelly Waldron

Born and raised in New Jersey, Kelly Waldron graduated from Rutgers University and got her start in radio at WSUS in Sussex County.  She then moved on to WCTC/WMGQ in Middlesex County where she spent five years as Morning Drive News Anchor and Reporter before moving on to become a national correspondent for Metro Networks where she started the New Jersey Bureau.  From Metro Networks, Kelly moved on to WCBS 880 in New York where she spent ten years as a reporter.  Kelly decided to come back to her New Jersey roots and joined the NJ 101.5 news team as our Afternoon Drive News Anchor and Reporter.  She resides in Monroe with her husband and two children.

Home construction is off to a strong start for 2015. (Dmitry Kalinovsky, ThinkStock)
Home construction is off to a strong start for 2015. (Dmitry Kalinovsky, ThinkStock)
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NJ homebuilding off to a strong start for 2015

After a strong finish to 2014, residential construction in New Jersey started 2015 on a positive note. Homebuilders drew 1,740 building permits which was just shy of the best January since 2007.  

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Winter can wreak havoc on migraine sufferers. (DBDStudio, ThinkStock)
Winter can wreak havoc on migraine sufferers. (DBDStudio, ThinkStock)
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Weather wreaks havoc on migraine sufferers

The weather has been constantly changing in New Jersey. From bitter cold to a 30-degree temperature spike to dry conditions followed by snow and rain, the fluctuations can wreak havoc on people who suffer with migraine headaches.

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Water main breaks increase by 30 percent in cold weather

The extreme temperatures that have plagued New Jersey and the rest of the Northeast in recent weeks have put extra stress on the state's infrastructure. Some New Jersey water companies are reporting a 30 percent increase in water main breaks.

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Many millennials are concerned about planning for retirement. (John Wohlfeil, ThinkStock)
Many millennials are concerned about planning for retirement. (John Wohlfeil, ThinkStock)
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Biggest retirement worry? Medical expenses

When it comes to retirement, Americans are concerned most about high medical expenses, according to a new Bankrate.com report in which 28 percent of respondents cited that as their biggest worry.

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