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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.

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New Jersey to count its homeless this week

There were 13,900 homeless men, women and children counted in New Jersey in 2014. This week, NJ Counts will take to the streets again for its statewide point-in-time count of the homeless. Organizations, agencies and others are working together to conduct the counts, which are being coordinated by Monarch Housing Associates.

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The teen pregnancy rate continued to drop, according to recent statistics. (Catherine Yeulet, ThinkStock)
The teen pregnancy rate continued to drop, according to recent statistics. (Catherine Yeulet, ThinkStock)
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Teen pregnancy rate continues to fall

The birth and pregnancy rates among teens are at historic lows. In 2013, there were 26.6 births for every 1,000 adolescent females between the ages of 15 and 19, according to new data from the National Center for Health Statistics.

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A survey finds that one in three workers will quit their present jobs if they don't get a pay raise in 2015. (Polka Dot RF, ThinkStock)
A survey finds that one in three workers will quit their present jobs if they don't get a pay raise in 2015. (Polka Dot RF, ThinkStock)
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1 in 3 workers will quit without a raise in 2015

Many employees are looking for a pay raise this year. A new survey by Glassdoor.com found that 35 percent of 900 people surveyed plan to look for a new job if they do not get a salary bump in 2015.

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New measure would help NJ ‘go green’

It is done in many New Jersey towns on the municipal level, so why not on the state level? That is the thought process behind legislation introduced by Assemblyman Tim Eustace (D-Bergen/Passaic) which would help the state "go green" by maximizing the environmental sustainability of every state office facility.

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