As we near the middle of the summer, it's about that time to start thinking of heading back to school. For parents of children with asthma, officials with the American Lung Association are urging you to have an action plan in place.
The federal monitor overseeing improvements at the Jersey Division of Child Protection and Permanency, which used to be DYFS, has issued a new report that finds progress is being made - but there are still big problems.
Thousands of New Jersey Families who have children with developmental disabilities are either filled with fear or anticipation as a result of big changes on the state level when it comes to the department now providing their services.
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