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Comedian Joan Rivers dead at 81, a week after medical emergency

NEW YORK (AP) -- Joan Rivers, the raucous, acid-tongued comedian who crashed the male-dominated realm of late-night talk shows and turned Hollywood red carpets into danger zones for badly dressed celebrities, died Thursday. She was 81.

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Timothy Wiltsey and Michelle Lodzinski
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Cold case update: Mother charged in son’s 1991 death returning to NJ

STUART, Fla. (AP) — A Florida woman arrested in the 1991 death of her 5-year-old son will return to New Jersey to face charges.

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Brick HS band, neighbors reach agreement over noise complaints

An agreement between Brick Memorial High School and some of its neighbors appears to have ended a dispute that temporarily blocked the school's marching band from practicing in the school parking lot.

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WATCH: How much does your name affect your chances of getting your job?

Recently, Buzzfeed made a video about a man named José who was having issues landing a job. José made one minor change to his job application, and found he got many responses.

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NJ1015's Salute to Small Business
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New Jersey 101.5 salutes small business

According to the Small Business Association, New Jersey has more than 766,000 small businesses.  These businesses are the backbone of many of our communities. Pizzerias, dry cleaners, hardware stores, all part of what makes New Jersey great!  Our local small businesses also create employment opportunities and add to the tax base of our towns. What would NJ look like without them?

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Are New Jersey kids getting too much homework?

Our kids spend a third of their day in school, but the work doesn't stop there. Perhaps the most dreaded part of back-to-school, for both students and their parents, is the return of homework.

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People signing up for unemployment fill a room at the Atlantic City Convention Center in Atlantic City
People signing up for unemployment fill a room at the Atlantic City Convention Center in Atlantic City (AP Photo/Mel Evans)
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Mixed news in AC, silencing cops on GWB delays: First News with Podcast

Atlantic City casino closings
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Ex-casino workers look out of state for jobs

Workers laid off by Revel and Showboat are facing an exceedingly tough job market, driving many to look for work outside of New Jersey.

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Study: Taxpayers stuck with big medical bills for gun crime

Gun violence isn't only hurting the victims and their families. According to a new report, the American taxpayer is getting hit hard financially by picking up most of the tab of gunshot-related hospital costs.

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New Jersey agritourism season gets underway

While many New Jersey residents are continuing to enjoy the fun in the sun at the beach, others have set their sights set on the state's farms as the agritourism season officially gets underway.

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