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Jersey Shore Dream Center founder Pastor Isaac Friedel said hunger is a year-round problem. The only difference at the holidays is people living in poverty tend to become more aware of the state they're in.

Many people in our community faces challenges putting food on the table. Help the Asbury Park Press address the hunger crisis. Watch the Outnumber Hunger concert this Friday at 8 p.m., only on APP.com!
On Tuesday afternoon, volunteer chef Tony Bello had 20 legs of lamb seasoning in pans on the prep table in the Jersey Shore Dream Center kitchen.
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Today is Tax Day. You've filed your taxes by now, right? No? Well, you have until midnight. Here's some info to help you file if you're behind, how to make changes and how to request an extension, if necessary: http://on.app.com/1h0cmgw
The deadline to file your tax return is midnight Tuesday. If you don't think you're going to get it done in time, you'd better file for an extension.
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They're the men and women in uniform, sworn to uphold the law and protect the public from crime. But advocacy groups say the state lags behind in adopting systems intended to ferret out misconduct and prevent police officers from heading toward criminal behavior themselves. What do you think? Does NJ need more systems to hold police accountable? Join the conversation: http://on.app.com/1gwLg4K
They're the men and women in uniform, sworn to uphold the law and protect the public from crime.
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The young sailor, whom everyone naturally assumed had died, instead lived to be a 90-year-old man, with 17 grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren.
Quietly, for 69 years, he was 'the guy in that photo,' the nameless sailor shown receiving last rites on the deck of a burning aircraft carrier in one of the most enduring images of World War II.
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More than 5,000 people in New Jersey — including about 1,000 at the Shore — are registered owners of exotic pets, ranging from ferrets and parrots to chinchillas and poison dart frogs. But Rocky, a bobcat hybrid that made headlines after being on the lam in Stafford last week, isn't one of them. Read our full story on exotic pets in NJ: http://on.app.com/1kQwvJT
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The average New Jersey worker needs to work 121 years to match the compensation that the average New Jersey CEO makes in one.
The average New Jersey worker needs to work 121 years to match the compensation that the average New Jersey CEO makes in one. That's according to an AFL-CIO report released Tuesday, showing the Garden State's top executives make on average $5.7 million. By comparison, the rank and file make on average $46,825.
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In a case of "better late than never," donations raised by an unregistered Sandy charity finally are being distributed, almost 10 months after a state lawsuit led to the group's shutdown.
In a case of 'better late than never,' donations raised by an unregistered Sandy charity finally are being distributed, almost 10 months after a state lawsuit led to the group's shutdown.
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With sunny skies and temperatures in the mid-60s, Casino Pier opened up for the summer season at noon Saturday. This summer will be its first full season since Sandy in October 2012.
Alan Lovas sat on a bench, holding a large doll with pink hair as he watched his daughter ride the swings. Since he was a child, Lovas has come down from Newark to spend many summers at Casino Pier.
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Today is our last day in the newsroom at our current building in Neptune. The Asbury Park Press is moving across the highway to 3600 Route 66 this weekend. (Staff photo by Felecia Wellington)
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Rocky, part bobcat and part Maine Coon, escaped from his owner, Ginny Fine, on March 26. Because of a court order, Rocky had to be taken away to Popcorn Park Zoo by township animal control after his owner coaxed him out of hiding in the woods Sunday.
Good things happened Tuesday for Rocky, the 3-year-old bobcat hybrid at the center of controversy in the township because of his escape last month.
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