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Secaucus’ Prieto chosen as next state Assembly Speaker
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22
Nov

As expected, the incoming Assembly Democratic majority this morning chose Vincent Prieto to serve as the new Assembly Speaker. Prieto will be second Cuban American to serve in the leadership post. Albio Sires, now a congressman, served in the role from 2002 to 2005 when he represented North Hudson. The Secaucus resident will preside over […]

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Five Myths of Medical Malpractice
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20
Nov

This year, widely circulated myths about medical malpractice (and the civil suits that follow) are being challenged. Dr. David A. Hyman, MD, JD, and Charles Silver, JD, point to 5 main claims that are actually myths. 1. “Malpractice crises are caused by spikes in medical malpractice litigation (in other words, sudden rises in payouts and […]

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Over Sharing Online Can Cost You Your Job … and More
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19
Nov

For better or worse, social networks give us a platform to share literally everything on the Internet. Have you ever marveled at an offensive Tweet, a questionable Facebook picture or an unprofessional comment on LinkedIn from someone you know? Those same people may discover that what they share on social media can cost them a great […]

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With Jersey City students’ safety in mind, right turn on red at Kennedy and Audubon banned
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19
Oct

Drivers traveling east and west on Audubon Avenue in Jersey City will not be allowed to make right turns onto Kennedy Boulevard at the red light between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.,  in response to safety concerns from neighborhood residents, Hudson County freeholders announced. Freeholder Bill O’Dea said that residents in the area expressed concerns […]

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Poll: Should traffic lights on Grand Street in Jersey City be de-synchronized to improve pedestrian safety?
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18
Oct

Jersey City Councilwoman Candice Osborne is proposing a number of measures she hopes will improve pedestrian safety in her Downtown Ward. One of them involves de-synchronizing the traffic lights on Grand Street. She says the synchronized lights encourage motorists to speed along the roadway, some at speeds of up to 60 mph in a 25-mile-per-hour […]

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Motorcyclist killed in North Brunswick crash
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17
Oct

NORTH BRUNSWICK – A 23-year-old motorcyclist was killed after a crash on Route 130 here Wednesday morning, according to a report onMyCentralJersey.com. The report said that Adam Kondioti, a North Brunswick man, was killed while entering Route 1 north from Route 130. The accident happened just before 8:30 a.m., according to MyCentralJersey, and no other vehicles […]

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