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Bob Hennelly

Bob Hennelly appears in the following:

NJ Doctors Continue Slowdown

Tuesday, February 04, 2003

This morning New Jersey doctors continue their slowdown as they march on Trenton to bring their case directly to state legislators. They are protesting the sky-rocketing price of malpractice insurance premiums. Bob Hennelly reports on the crisis and the impact of the job action which is ...

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NJ Youth and Family Services

Monday, January 27, 2003

In Newark, funeral services were held for 7 year old Faheem Williams. His body was found earlier in a locked basement along with his two starving brothers. The state's Division of Youth and Family Services, known as DYFS, has been faulted in the case and reforms ...

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12 Drivers Split $775K NJ State PoliceSettlement

Tuesday, January 14, 2003

In New Jersey a dozen motorists, who say they were victims of racial profiling by the New Jersey State Police, are splitting a $775,000 settlement. But the ACLU and the lawyers that brought the case say the issue of racial profiling is not nearly resolved. Bob ...

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NJ Turnpike Crew Turns Up 19th Century Cemetery

Wednesday, November 27, 2002

In August of 2001, a New Jersey Turnpike construction crew working on an interchange for the Secaucus Rail Transfer station made a disturbing discover -- 600 buried bodies. The unmarked graves were part a Hudson County cemetery that dates back to the mid-19th century. Now, Turnpike ...

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NJ Voters Bring Lautenberg Out of Retirement

Thursday, November 07, 2002

New Jersey voters brought their former Senator Frank Lautenberg out of retirement for a fourth term, beating Republican Doug Forrester 54 to 44 percent. It was a rough and tumble race that started with incumbent Robert Torricelli fighting for his future amidst charges of ethics problems ...

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US Senate Race in NJ: A Roundup

Friday, November 01, 2002

As election day approaches, Bob Hennelly looks at the evolution of the US Senate race in New Jersey. Is Frank Lautenberg's age a factor? Will Douglass Forrester be able to bring his numbers up among women?

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NJ's 5th Congressional District

Friday, November 01, 2002

Nationally there are just a few open Congressional seats voters are certain to fill with a new face. New Jersey's fifth congressional district is one of them. With no incumbent among the candidates running, and with control of Congress in the balance, the stakes there ...

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Forrester: Who Is He?

Tuesday, October 22, 2002

US Senate candidate Doug Forrester is struggling to define himself in the eyes of New Jersey voters. Before Senator Robert Torricelli dropped out of the race, the Republican candidate often emphasized that he was not Torricelli -- and did well in the polls, partly as a ...

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New Jersey Voters

Wednesday, October 02, 2002

New Jersey Democratic Party leaders now have a candidate in Frank Lautenberg. Before the three-term Senator can run, the Democrats have to make their case before the State Supreme Court. But even if the party does get Lautenberg on the ballot, their hardest sell could ...

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Retiring Monks and The New Jersey Highland: A Dilema

Friday, August 23, 2002

In Morris County's historic Washington Valley, just a few miles west of Morristown, New Jersey, local and state environmentalists are facing off with an order of Benedictine monks who want to build a retirement community in the heart of the region's environmentally endangered Highlands. Bob Hennelly ...

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Torricelli in Fight for Political Career

Friday, August 09, 2002

Traditionally voters are safe from partisan campaigning until after Labor Day but that's not the case this year in New Jersey. Democratic Senator Robert Torricelli is in a fight for his political life and with Democrats holding the Senate by just one seat there is a ...

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Newark Elects Sharpe James

Thursday, May 16, 2002

Mayor Sharpe James fended off a young challenger to win an unprecedented fifth term after a bruising campaign filled with charges of vandalism, voter intimidation and race-baiting.

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Newark Elects Sharpe James

Thursday, May 16, 2002

Mayor Sharpe James fended off a young challenger to win an unprecedented fifth term after a bruising campaign filled with charges of vandalism, voter intimidation and race-baiting.

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Newark Election for Mayor

Wednesday, May 08, 2002

Next Tuesday, Newark voters will go to the polls to vote in a non-partisan election for mayor. The highly contested race has grabbed national media attention, with a charismatic young challenger and plenty of mud slinging in the mix.Incumbent Mayor Sharpe James and challenger City Council ...

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NJ's Drought Emergency

Tuesday, March 26, 2002

This month's emergency drought declaration by New Jersey Governor Jim McGreevy is designed to prevent the state from running out of water sometime in the future. But for residents of Hardystown, in rural Sussex County, whose wells have ALREADY run dry, that future is now.

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