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This City's New Firefighters Are Almost All Post 9/11 Veterans

This City's New Firefighters Are Almost All Post 9/11 Veterans

By Katie Zezima When Marland Lawrence entered the fire academy after coming home from the Navy, he was surprised to find out he was not the only veteran in his class. Almost everyone else had also just left the military. Lawrence was one of 28 veterans in Newark's 41st fire recruit class, which graduated... Read More »

Crime-Ravaged Camden, N.J., Scraps Police Department To Save Money

Crime-Ravaged Camden, N.J., Scraps Police Department To Save Money

By Abby Rogers A New Jersey city that reported a murder rate of 46.8 per 100,000 people in 2010 is now without a police department. Camden, N.J., often dubbed the most dangerous city in the country, is disbanding its police department in a bid to shave millions of dollars off the annual budget, FoxNews.com... Read More »

City Worker Continues To Draw Paycheck Despite Being Jailed For DWI

City Worker Continues To Draw Paycheck Despite Being Jailed For DWI

For anyone wondering whether it's possible to draw a paycheck while sitting in jail, it appears the answer is yes -- at least for one municipal worker in Bayonne, N.J. The employee, 71-year-old Edward H. Broderick, is serving 90 days in jail for a drunk driving conviction and is using vacation time to draw a... Read More »

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