South Jersey Still Recovers From Storm: From The Newsroom
It was a wild weekend across New Jersey, with thousands in South Jersey without power following a severe Friday night storm.
- The freak storm wreaked havoc on South Jersey between outages and damages, as crews are working round the clock to try and restore things.
- Monmouth County is nearly back to normal after a water main break, with just a handful of towns still under a boil water advisory.
- Governor Christie called a special session of the Legislature, as he is demanding a tax cut now.
- The State Police are warning about a crack down of illegal fireworks this holiday season.
- More New Jerseyans are expected to hit the road over the upcoming holidays.
- Under a new measure, indicted politicians would lose their paychecks in NJ.
- Many people in NJ are actually not looking forward to retirement.
- The craft beer industry in the Garden State gets a boost.
- This week's "What's So Great About the Garden State" spotlights tomorrow's 'Miles For Matlosz' run.
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