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Talk Jersey to Me: A Guide to the Foods NJ is Famous For

April 19, 2021

NEW JERSEY — From disco fries to tomato pies, the Garden State is home to some unique foods. Do you know the definitions of these special dishes New Jersey has to offer?

Beefsteak: Go to a traditional beefsteak banquet for sliced grilled beef served on slices of bread, French fries and beer, all served communal style.

Deep-Fried Hot Dogs: Open wide for a hot Texas ...

New Marijuana, Alcohol Laws Handcuff Police Officers

April 22, 2021

By John Zebrowski, First Vice President, New Jersey State Association of Chief of Police

Now that state lawmakers have passed measures to create a marketplace for recreational marijuana in New Jersey – as well as basically eliminated sanctions for underage possession and use of marijuana and alcohol – the big challenge for local police departments is how to enforce these new ...

State Must Also Begin Reopening for People with Autism

April 13, 2021

Dear Editor:

I am pleased to see the steady evolution of “Autism Awareness Month” to “Autism Acceptance Month,” as what really needs to be celebrated are the enormous contributions of people with autism to our society.

We proudly operate a “post 21” program known as Adult Community Services, in which we teach young adults with autism and other ...

La’Toya Spencer Named Chief Operating Officer by Boys & Girls Club of Camden County

April 22, 2021

The Boys & Girls Club of Camden County has announced that La’Toya Spencer has been named Chief Operating Officer.

In this position, Spencer will be responsible for overseeing BGCCC Club operations as it moves forward in its mission to enable young people to reach their full potential as productive, caring and responsible citizens.

“It is my honor to serve as COO of Boys ...

The Jaffe Briefing - April 22, 2021

STATEWIDE – You didn’t know it. We didn’t know it. But Tuesday was another election day in New Jersey. Apparently, there were a small number of school board races, which New Jersey Globe reports as “abysmal.” Gov. Phil Murphy agreed, calling it an “unacceptable level of turnout, no matter which side of which candidate you’re on.” A great example is ...