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A snowy street in Colonia
A snowy street in Colonia (Knobby Walsh via Twitter @knobbywalsh)
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Snow is done, but arctic air is back

Most of New Jersey is waking up to about 6 to 9 inches of fresh snow on the ground, as cold but quiet weather moves in for the weekend.

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Hess station in Sayreville
Hess station in Sayreville (Michael Loccisano/Getty Images)
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Grant money available to equip NJ gas stations with generators

There's federal grant money still available to outfit gas stations along New Jersey's evacuation routes with back-up generators and quick-connects to keep them operating during a major disaster. 

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NJ students share ups and downs of PARCC testing

New Jersey students are reacting to the first round of new standardized testing that may wrap up early next week due to interruptions from Mother Nature over the past few days.

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Retirement savings – The statistics for Americans are worrisome

Have you saved any money for retirement or are you among the many Americans who haven't socked away anything? You could get the opportunity to have your company take a small percentage from your paycheck and put it into a state-run retirement account.

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Jodi Arias’ verdict is revealed – Judi’s surprising reaction on ‘Just One More Thing’

The grueling case of Jodi Arias finally came to an end today, and the results were ultimately disappointing.

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NJ Senate President Steve Sweeney
State Sen. Pres. Steve Sweeney (David Matthau, Townsquare Media NJ)
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State Senate president calls NJ’s Exxon settlement ‘seriously wrong’

New Jersey sought $8.9 billion in its decade-long land contamination lawsuit against Exxon Mobil Corp but has settled for $225 million. In an exclusive interview with Townsquare Media, State Sen. President Steve Sweeney said he is stunned by the settlement and is seeking answers.

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Ray shoveling
Ray shoveling
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Fed up with winter? You’ve got company

New Jerseyans are once again facing off with Old Man Winter on Thursday, with snow and sleet causing difficult and hazardous traveling conditions.

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Snow on a residential street in Matawan Thursday morning. (Fred Tuccillo, Townsquare Media New Jersey)
Snow on a residential street in Matawan Thursday morning. (Fred Tuccillo, Townsquare Media New Jersey)
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March snowstorms are not unusual for New Jersey

The phrase, "March comes in like a lion," exists for a reason. Snow events, like the one that began late Wednesday, are not a rare occurrence for the Garden State.

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(Mario Tama, Getty Images News)
(Mario Tama, Getty Images News)
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Sports betting issue sharply divides New Jerseyans, poll says

New Jersey adults are divided on the idea of legalizing sports betting at existing casinos and racetracks in the Garden State, but a clear majority is opposed to allowing casinos outside of Atlantic City, according to the latest statewide poll conducted by Fairleigh Dickinson University's PublicMind and released Thursday.

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Delays on the northbound Garden State Parkway near #83 in Toms River
Delays on the northbound Garden State Parkway near #83 in Toms River (NJ DOT)
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Road danger worries drivers while GSP improvement work proceeds

The ongoing Garden State Parkway improvement project between Toms River and Wall is meant to improve safety, but some GSP commuters say they still drive in fear every day.

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