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Bill looks to keep state parks open if government shut downs

With the possibility of budget impasse triggering a government shutdown just before the July 4 weekend, a piece of legislation might put to rest any worries that tourists would be locked out of their favorite summertime state beaches and parks.

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NJ ranks close to middle in terms of senior care

New Jersey ranked 23rd overall in terms of quality of health for seniors in 2017, down three spots from a year earlier, according to the 2018 America’s Health Rankings report from United Health Foundation.

Sobel principal Glick draws service award

Sally Glick, principal at Sobel & Co. LLC and head of ACG New Jersey, has been honored for meritorious services by the Association for Corporate Growth.

NJ Transit adds touch screen kiosks on Hudson-Bergen line

NJ Transit is piloting touch screen kiosks at stations along the Hudson-Bergen Light Rail line, allowing customers to access service information, maps and alerts to stay informed of travel options.

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