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The Morning Briefing - February 22, 2017

MIDDLE TOWNSHIP – Maybe it was a fight over the last six-pack of generic cola, or maybe there was a special deal on an odd batch of drain cleaner or Halloween candy from 2015. Whatever the case, cops are investigating the fight between two guys yesterday at a dollar store. One guy is facing aggravated assault charges from the brouhaha yesterday, after he attacked another customer in the store and then cut him outside with a knife, NJ.com reports. The weapon, by the way, did not appear to come from the store, where the irregular knives do not feature a serrated edge.

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The Morning Briefing - February 21, 2017

SEASIDE HEIGHTS – Just when you thought it was safe to go in the water, another TV reality show will soon smash into this summer resort, still bruised from years of MTV's “Jersey Shore.” This new one is about a bunch of roommates with boardwalk day-jobs who work together at a Boulevard nightclub after dark. Producers held a casting call for loud, fun, and footloose singles at The Bamboo Bar on Saturday. Owner John Saddy tells the Asbury Park Press this is unlikely to be another wild, crazy or tawdry Snooki-fest because it revolves around young working stiffs. Not for long. If viewers wanted to see boring people, they would just tune in to a mirror. 

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The Morning Briefing - February 17, 2017

WASHINGTON – There were all these visions about gubernatorial candidates squaring off on the “Walk to Washington” train, each vying for attention in those jam-packed cars. But it seems that Phil Murphy and his wife were the only ones aggressively bouncing around, smiling, taking photos, pressing flesh and making sure to reach every single passenger, if somehow possible. Sen. Ray Lesniak was also there, with a strong presence. But there were plenty of no-shows for a variety of legitimate reasons, giving Murphy, as frontrunner, some easy access. All received a “Murphy for Governor” bag on their seats and were welcomed by Murphy campaign volunteers as they boarded the runaway train.

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The Morning Briefing - February 16, 2017

EN ROUTE – If you need a New Jersey politician today – and who doesn’t? – you won’t find one. Most will be on a train to Washington, D.C., departing out of Newark around 11:45 a.m., for the annual train ride sponsored by the New Jersey Chamber of Commerce. This frolicking group will include 1,000 lobbyists and business owners hoping to hobnob with the politicians for the 80th annual trip. Expect the train to be chock full of gubernatorial candidates and others looking for access to campaign supporters, and business owners looking for access to power, or perhaps an on-board Bloody Mary. A special guest this year: the new archbishop of Newark.

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