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Dan Alexander

New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey, United States

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Recent articles by Dan:

Earthquake shakes New Jersey while you slept

The 3.1 magnitude quake was felt across Central Jersey around 2 a.m., according to the USGS. → Read More

Dump truck, pick up crash closes Route 295

The closure caused delays on Route 130 and Route 206 by drivers avoiding Route 295. → Read More

Another ‘knucklehead party’ — 500 told to leave house in Howell

Howell police said most people were compliant and left but some lingered and urinated on property and vehicles. → Read More

'Heartbreaking' — No fall sports at another 9 NJ colleges

Kean, Montclair, New Jersey University, Ramapo, Rowan, Stockton, the College of New Jersey and William Paterson all complete in the NJAC. → Read More

Fireworks return to Wildwood, Seaside Heights

Seaside Heights police chief credits Gov. Phil Murphy's actions during the pandemic for bringing tourism to the shore this summer. → Read More

Lake in NJ closes after one day over crowds not social distancing

A mayor in Ocean County opted to send crowds home from Lake Horicon, rather than issue tickets for violating Gov. Phil Murphy's emergency order against public gatherings. → Read More

NJ cops remove bodies after finding 17 crammed in ‘overwhelmed’ nursing home

Police said the staff at the Andover Rehabilitation and Subacute rehabilitation facility became overwhelmed by a large number of COVID-19 cases and fatalities. → Read More

All at risk: NJ men in 'prime of their lives' lost to COVID-19

Older people and those with underlying medical conditions are most at risk of suffering severe complications and death from the novel coronavirus. But people of all ages remain at risk. → Read More

Rugters medical students graduate early to help with COVID-19 treatment

The new doctors will go through a virtual graduation ceremony a month early, in order to get to work sooner. → Read More

NJ has COVID-19 drive-thru testing setup at PNC Bank Arts Center

Here's an FAQ for who's eligible and what you need to get tested for the novel coronavirus at the Holmdel site. → Read More

Lakewood police break up packed weddings after coronavirus order

An executive order by the governor limits gatherings to 50 people. → Read More

NJ supermarkets cutting hours, put limits on purchases

Supermarkets are limiting the amount of cleaning products and toilet paper that can be purchased to keep the shelves full. → Read More

COVID-19 threat closes NJ MVC offices for at least two weeks

A number of services are still available to be completed online. → Read More

NJ & NYC shut many businesses, eat-in dining starting Monday night

Bars, restaurants and movie theaters are being shuttered at 8 p.m. Monday throughout New York, New Jersey and Connecticut because of the coronavirus, the states' governors said. → Read More

‘It’s not playtime:’ Outbreak closes NJ schools — and malls, movie theaters

Movie theaters and malls in hard-hit Bergen County are planning to close amid the new coronavirus outbreak as officials remind parents that school closures are not a time for children to socialize. → Read More

When will NJ supermarkets restock? Shoppers leave bare shelves

Shoppers have faced long lines and empty shelves but the chains say they will restock. → Read More

4th coronavirus case in NJ, Blue Cross will cover tests for free

The news comes just hours after officials announced the state's third case. → Read More

VIDEO: NJ troopers pull driver from exploding truck on Route 287

The truck hit a guardrail and an overpass support pillar on Route 287 before bursting into flame and exploding. → Read More

College moves 2020 grads from PNC Bank Arts Center to small venue

St. Peter's University said the move was over construction — it'll mean less tickets for graduates. Monmouth University also shifted this year's ceremony from the venue. → Read More

High school student killed by NJ Transit train in Edison

None of the 1,100 passengers and crew on board the Trenton bound Northeast Corridor train were injured. → Read More