Miss New Jersey gets another year, and a new leader

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Miss New Jersey will be around for another year, after a successful appeal.The state pageant was among several whose license were revoked or not renewed, after some had voiced dissatisfaction with the new Miss America leadership.But Miss New Jersey’s new executive director, David Holtzman, said he doesn’t want to focus on the negative.Instead, he said … Read moreMiss New Jersey gets another year, and a new leader

Atlantic City’s chief financial officer is out, state says

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Atlantic City is looking for a new chief financial officer. Michael Stinson, who has served in the position since 2010, will be replaced after his term expires at the end of the year, Department of Community Affairs spokeswoman Lisa Ryan confirmed to BreakingAC. The DCA has control over the city. Stinson was notified two weeks … Read moreAtlantic City’s chief financial officer is out, state says

Net neutrality will be requirement to provide internet service in New Jersey

New Jersey will become the third state to mandate all Internet Service Providers follow net neutrality if they want to do business here. The Federal Communications Commission recently rescind net neutrality, which potentially limits access to the Internet, allows companies to pay more to have their content treated favorably, or can force consumers to pay more … Read moreNet neutrality will be requirement to provide internet service in New Jersey

Hearing looks at antiquated way state investigates deaths

Propelled by reports of medical examiner backlogs, screw-ups at death scenes and blown calls on causes of death, the New Jersey Senate Health Committee heard testimony Monday in Trenton about the state’s antiquated death investigation system. The hearing comes on the heels of a new governor, Phil Murphy, taking office and vowing to support reforms. One of … Read moreHearing looks at antiquated way state investigates deaths