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On Good Friday, while the rest of Ocean County government was closed for the holiday, Sheriff Michael G. Mastronardy was on the job, visiting his 911 dispatchers for National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week.
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Entrepreneurs are invited to Burlington County's free Technology Business Workshop on April 24 at Burlington County College held during the state's weeklong effort to highlight the importance of technology and entrepreneurship.
Rutgers Cooperative Extension of Middlesex County invites you to participate in a series of workshops aimed at creating pollinator-friendly habitats.
Assemblywoman Caroline Casagrande is accepting applications to her Young Women's Leadership Institute, a mentoring program for high school students interested in careers in politics and public service.
The Borough of Fanwood hosts its 25th consecutive Earth Day Community Cleanup on Saturday, April 26, with a day of free fun and green activities for all members of the family.
The Union County Board of Chosen Freeholders will present "Project Learning Tree" - a teacher-training workshop for adults ages 18 and older - at Trailside Nature and Science Center on Thursday, May 1, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Project Learning Tree is an award-winning broad-based environmental education program that provides teachers with the tools to ... (more)
April 12, 1782: Loyalists took Patriot Captain Joshua Huddy, held as a prisoner in New York, to Highlands, where they hanged him in retribution for the killing of Loyalist Philip White, killed while allegedly attempting to escape while being transported to Freehold as a prisoner.
The fate of three high-tech solar-powered bus shelters along Monmouth County's busy Route 9 corridor - and others not yet built - remains in the dark.
Morris County has purchased three new asphalt Hot Boxes to repair the many potholes left on county-maintained roads by the harsh winter.
The South Hudson Civic Association, Freeholder Bill O'Dea, 10 elected officials and the Jersey City Education Association will hold its annual Children's Easter Egg Hunt tomorrow, April 19, 2014, at the Lincoln Park Little League Field across from the running track.
It's hard to pinpoint exactly what the draw is at the wonderful little theater on South Street in Freehold.
Once again, Sue Volpe, a township resident with rheumatoid arthritis, is back on the road.
Easter decorations hung below a busted window outside the Myhren home. If you peered through the missing glass Wednesday afternoon, you could see the sun shining on the master bedroom because their house no longer has a roof.
A 49-year-old tractor-trailer driver has been charged with allegedly crashing into a car on Route 9, killing the driver.
OLD BRIDGE - The truck driver in a fatal Route 9 crash here last month was under the influence of a controlled dangerous substance at the time, according to acting Middlesex County Prosecutor Andrew Carey.
Police have arrested the driver of a tractor-trailer who was allegedly on drugs when he rear-ended a woman's car on a New Jersey highway, killing her.