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Should Phillipsburg offer free lunches to all students?
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Summer Food Service Program Needs Sponsors

The State Department of Agriculture is hoping to get more nutritious meals into the mouths of children who need them through their Summer Food Service Program.

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Anti-Big Brother Bill Moves Forward In New Jersey [AUDIO]

New Jersey lawmakers have given final approval to the "Anti-Big Brother Act."

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Flu Epidemic Continues
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Flu-Related Absences Up in NJ Schools [AUDIO]

As the flu outbreak continues to plague the region, schools across New Jersey have seen an increase in absences among students and staff, but it hasn't been as big a problem as in other school years. That's according to a survey by the New Jersey School Boards Association.

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Boomer Parents Enjoy Close Relationships With Grown Kids [AUDIO]

A new study finds the "sandwich generation," baby boomers, who are taking care of an elderly parent as well as financially helping a grown child, are under increased financial stress. But there's a silver lining.

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New Autism App Launches Next Week [AUDIO]

For years, Jonathan Izak watched his now 12-year-old autistic brother struggle to communicate, knowing that he wanted to reach the outside world, but couldn't which made him incredibly frustrated.

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National School Choice Week 2013 Is Underway [AUDIO]

It's National School Choice Week 2013, the world's largest celebration of education reform. The week will feature 3,500 independently planned events nationwide with the goal of raising awareness of the need to increase access to great schools for all children.

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NJ Child-Raising Costs Shoot Through The Roof [AUDIO]

Raising a child from birth to adulthood is incredibly expensive. Some estimates put the cost between 200 and 250 thousand dollars in most parts of the country. But in Jersey, chances are, it'll cost you more.

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Child ADHD Cases On The Rise [AUDIO]

Over the past ten years, the number of children diagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, or ADHD, has risen 24 percent.

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Amber Alert Information Right To Your Smart Phone [AUDIO]

A new Amber Alert texting system has been developed for New Jersey and the entire country.

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2013 List of NJ reward schools is revealed
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Is NJ Doing Enough To Keep Kids Safe In School? [POLL/AUDIO]

Are your children safe in New Jersey's classrooms?

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