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Dino Flammia

New Jersey 101.5

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Past articles by Dino:

COVID-19 threat means fewer services for developmentally disabled

Nonprofits in New Jersey tasked with improving the lives of individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities have already done away with certain crucial services in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

NJ county launches task force targeting auto thefts/burglaries

Very few incidents are break-ins. Most vehicles are left unlocked by their owners. → Read More

Need to miss work because of coronavirus? Your rights in NJ

Don't feel safe going to work because of coronavirus fears? That's too bad. → Read More

NJ woman's anxiety helps spare her from jail for serious hit-run

The lawyer for the driver says the judge had a number of good reasons to keep his client out of jail. → Read More

NJ arrests 24 and seizes thousand pounds of Stoner Patch candies, edibles

Calling it one of the state's largest busts ever of THC/marijuana edibles, the Monmouth County Prosecutor's Office said the bust resulted in charges against 24 men and women, most of whom live in the Garden State. → Read More

NJ now closer to eliminating religious exemptions for vaccines

Nearly 14,000 NJ students were granted religious exemptions in the 2018-2019 school year. → Read More

NJ bail reform showing early signs of success, report finds

The MDRC Center for Criminal Justice Research used statistical methods to predict what would have occurred without the reforms for a year, and compared those findings to actual results. → Read More

These are all things NJ taxes — and doesn’t — when you shop

Are you breaking the law every time you purchase a pumpkin? → Read More

It’s always tick season in NJ — why experts are most concerned

As many as 44,000 New Jerseyans became new victims of a tickborne disease in 2018. → Read More

NJ law would make it clear: No FaceTime while driving

Making it that much harder for people to be distracted while they're driving is something that will protect our residents, said Assemblywoman Lisa Swain. → Read More

Prepare for congestion — Turnpike Extension losing extra lane

An extra lane taking drivers to Jersey City and New York is about to go away for good. → Read More

Mom passed heroin ring to son — and is on the run, cops say

Four people remain at large. → Read More

Some NJ Democrats already want to tweak $15 wage ... just in case

Assemblyman Roy Freiman, D-Somerset, said his bill serves as a circuit breaker that presses pause on escalating increases should employment or revenues take a plunge. → Read More

Thanks to polar vortex, these NJ pests may be less abundant this year

Certain insects don't hold up so well in the extreme cold — as long as they haven't yet found a home in your walls. → Read More

Starting March 1, buying concert tickets in NJ will be safer

You should have an easier time navigating the web for face-value concert, show and sporting-event tickets. → Read More

Most NJ residents can't pass U.S. citizenship exam. Try this test

New Jersey does have plenty of company. In only one state, Vermont, did more residents pass than fail. → Read More

How NJ hopes to achieve a more diverse teacher pool

In the 2017-2018 school year, 56 percent of New Jersey's 1.4 million students served were students of color, while teachers of color represented just 16 percent of the educator workforce. → Read More

Compensation for victims of church sex abuse in NJ: How it works

A statewide compensation program has been announced to benefit those sexually abused by Roman Catholic clergy as minors. But it'll only be around until the end of this year. → Read More

NJ could force schools to save security footage for abuse cases

Some school districts only keep surveillance footage for a short period of time, sometimes just a few weeks, said bill sponsor Assemblywoman Pamela Lampitt. → Read More

When it’s snowing & dangerous in NJ, you have few rights at work

You're not entitled to much during inclement weather, unless your boss has a soft spot or working remotely is a legitimate option. → Read More