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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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A shift in New Jersey’s housing market

It is typical to see a decline in the number of homes on the market during the fall, but right now in New Jersey, there is a stand-off between buyers and sellers. While there is a fair number of buyers in the market, sellers are sticking to their guns and not lowering the prices of their homes.

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PSE&G Electric Bill (Getty Images Genista)
PSE&G Electric Bill (Getty Images Genista)
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NJ utilities slashing winter gas bills

It will cost even less to heat your home this winter. Public Service Electric & Gas has announced that its residential gas supply customers will see an average decrease of 31 percent on their bills, and New Jersey Natural Gas customers will see a 9.3 percent decrease over the next year.

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Passengers at Newark Liberty International Airport
Passengers at Newark Liberty International Airport (Thos Robinson/Getty Images for Cathay Pacific Airways)
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Newark Liberty makes ’10 Worst Airports in North America’ list

A new survey ranks the "10 Worst Airports in North America" and Newark Liberty International comes in fourth, behind worst-of-all LaGuardia and just ahead of almost-as-bad JFK and Philadelphia.

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Preparing NJ municipalities for Ebola

While it's very unlikely that any communities in New Jersey will have a case of Ebola, it is possible that one will, and that's why municipalities, public health professionals, first responders and law enforcement personnel need to be prepared in the event of potential exposure, according to a Garden State health official.

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