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Past articles by Cleve:

New Jersey Facing ‘Decisions No One Wants To Make’ As State Staring Down $10 Billion Deficit

With revenues like sales tax down by as much as 33%, the state projects at least a $10 billion deficit over the next 13 months. → Read More

New Jersey Republicans Sue Gov. Phil Murphy On Behalf Of Shuttered Small Businesses

On Thursday, the New Jersey GOP announced a lawsuit on behalf of small businesses, saying the governor is denying them their rights by arbitrarily classifying some as essential and others nonessential. → Read More

Coronavirus New Jersey: Cases Near 30,000, Death Toll At 646 As 1 In 8 Hospitalized Are COVID-19 Patients

Gov. Phil Murphy announced 4,372 new COVID-19 cases, bringing the statewide total to 29,895. → Read More

Coronavirus Latest: South Jersey Distillery Churning Out Hand Sanitizer During COVID-19 Pandemic

Lazy Eye Distillery in Buena Vista Township is putting their facility to use for the common good. → Read More

‘Not The Time For Vacation Here’: After 1st Coronavirus Case, Cape May County Officials Make Desperate Plea

County officials say they love visitors, but not during the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy Declares State Of Emergency After Coronavirus Cases Jumps To 11

The new cases came in the last 24 hours. → Read More

‘The Whole Roof Caved In’: Cherry Hill Strip Mall Destroyed In Massive Fire

The fire broke out at the strip mall on the 400 block of East Evesham Road. → Read More

Getting Real ID Has Proven To Be Real Difficulty For Some New Jersey Residents

The deadline is fast approaching to make sure you have a Real ID. → Read More

‘They Lied To Us Outright’: Parishioners Battle With Officials As Historic Church In Sea Isle City Faces Wrecking Ball

An online petition to save the historic church has nearly 2,500 signature to keep the St. Joseph's Catholic Church open. → Read More

Stockton University Testing To See If New Jersey Can Imitate Vermont’s Maple Syrup Success

If the red maple project goes will, Stockton students and staff could be tapping into a new source of revenue and means to prevent deforestation in New Jersey. → Read More

New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy Announces New Initiatives To Help Teens Address Mental Health Issues

Rates of anxiety, depression and even suicide among children and teens have been increasing for years, creating a mental health crisis some schools are struggling to address. → Read More

Dozens Of New Jersey State Troopers Assisting In Puerto Rico Earthquake Recovery Efforts

The island is struggling to recover from a series of recent earthquakes. → Read More

President Trump Supporters Lining Up, Camping Out Ahead Of Tuesday’s Rally In Wildwood

The rally will be held Tuesday night at the Wildwoods Convention Center. → Read More

Frank Sinatra’s Gold-Seated Toilet, Other Items From Atlantic City Suite Set For Auction In South Jersey

S&S Auction in Swedesboro recently purchased the contents of Sinatra's executive suite at the former Golden Nugget Casino in Atlantic City. And this Sunday, it's all up for sale. → Read More

Cape May County Church’s ‘Blessing Box’ Offers Free Food For Anyone Who Needs It

At Tuckahoe United Methodist on Route 49 in Cape May County, there is a wooden box outside, which is packed with food for anyone who needs it. → Read More

New Jersey Lawmakers Introduce New Incentive To Make Buying Electric Vehicles More Affordable

If you ever wanted to buy an electric vehicle the best deal may now be in our area. Shoppers could see discounts as large as $5,000! → Read More

New Jersey Lawmakers Pass Ban On Flavored Vaping Products

On the last day of the legislative session, lawmakers approved a ban on flavored vaping products, but have not yet come to an agreement on a bill that would end the religious exemption for vaccinations. → Read More

People Across Delaware Valley Taking Advantage Of Big Rise In Temperatures Heading Into Weekend

It's going to be pretty warm for a skate this weekend. → Read More

Island Beach State Park Receives 2,000 Donated Christmas Trees To Build Up Sand Dunes

Island Beach State Park originally was seeking 200 trees -- they got 2,000. → Read More

2 Men Dead, 1 Critically Wounded In Triple Shooting At Salem Motel

The Salem County Prosecutor's Office says that one of the three people who were shot is directly linked to the Salem Motor Lodge. → Read More