48 min ago
New Jersey Jewish News
Hubris doomed U.S. foreign policy in Mideast and elsewhere
Hubris is reason for U.S. foreign policy failures By Shoshana Bryen WASHINGTON, D.C. - It is tempting to simply list all the ways the Obama administration - particularly Secretaries Kerry and Hagel - has been wrong on foreign and defense policy Join the Central New Jersey Chapter of the Republican Jewish Coalition for an event featuring Shoshana ... (more)
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5 hrs ago
The Jersey Journal
Ciclovia returns to the streets of New Brunswick May 4
NEW BRUNSWICK - For the second year in a row, New Brunswick will host the international health celebration known as Ciclovia, only this time it will be on three dates, starting May 4. Several local streets will be closed from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday, May 4, Saturday, July 12, and Sunday, Oct. 12, to allow residents and other participants to run, ... (more)
6 hrs ago
Rutgers experiments with nixing dining hall trays to reduce food waste, costs
Jessica Nuzzo, 18, left and Michelle Wilderotter, 18, are served eggs during student orientation at the Livingston Dining Commons at Rutgers University in Piscataway in this file photo.
10 hrs ago
For May graduates, like Priya Nadkarni, art 'a career and serious business'
A number of area colleges and universities are known for their rigorous degree programs in studio art.
12 hrs ago
The Jersey Journal
Fanwood Police make two warrant arrests
Nathan Wilkerson, 42, of Scotch Plains was arrested on April 8 at 8:06 p.m. on a warrant out of Piscataway, police said.
Tue Apr 22, 2014
City officials welcome Jewish fraternity to new downtown apartment complex
Mitchell Broder doesn't typically oversee construction of what will soon be the newest frat house on the Rutgers campus, but the chief executive of Construction Management Associates said the opportunity to tailor his latest project to a historic Jewish fraternity was too good to pass up.
Journal and Courier
E-cigarettes can help, but have own risks
For musician and music teacher Mark McCarthy, 27, e-cigarettes seemed like a good alternative to the real thing.
Mon Apr 21, 2014
The Jersey Journal
Perth Amboy man to be sentenced today for 2010 murder of Old Bridge woman
NEW BRUNSWICK - A Perth Amboy man is scheduled to be sentenced today for the murder of an Old Bridge woman in her home in April 2010.
Paul Anka - Still Doing it 'his Way'
Last Tuesday, at New Brunswick, New Jersey's State Theatre, 73 year-old singer-composer Paul Anka charmed the packed house for some two hours of joyful non-stop entertainment.
Port Authority Trustees Should Assert More Control, Panel Says
Port Authority commissioners should select its executive director and stand up to the governors of New York and New Jersey if they disagree on policy, academics and analysts told a special committee.
Chambersburg Public Opinion
Fort Loudon man arrested in N.J. drug sting
Pennsylvania State Police, Chambersburg, said Phillip Ray Crone, 40, Path Valley Road, Fort Loudon, was taken into custody after a traffic stop around 4:15 a.m. Saturday on U.S. 30. He had an active warrant out of New Jersey.
Sun Apr 20, 2014
Police Blotter for April 21, 2014
In each case, the homes were entered through rear windows, the master bedrooms were ransacked and jewelry was taken.
Sat Apr 19, 2014
Police: 10-15 men rob man in Hamilton Street parking lot
Police are investigating a robbery where 10 to 15 men approached a man in a Hamilton Street parking lot and took his property before fleeing in three cars.
Fri Apr 18, 2014
Bright Idea or Shady Scheme? Cosmetic Company Wants to Lighten Moon
Geoengineering schemes, even serious ones, often seem a little wacky. But the latest tops them all: a pitch by a cosmetics company to brighten the surface of the moon.
Thu Apr 17, 2014
NJ Farm Animal Save plans peaceful protest at North Brunswick McDonald's
Seeking to bring awareness about animal welfare abuses, members of NJ Farm Animal Save will host their first leafleting event Saturday at the McDonald's on Georges and Milltown roads.
Rutgers Scarlet Knights
Athletics News: Rutgers Launches Big Ten Membership With Series of Events
PISCATAWAY, N.J. Rutgers University will celebrate its entrance into the prestigious Big Ten Conference with a "Big Ten Academic Advantage Panel" on May 2 and "R B1G Party" on July 1. The events are in addition to "R B1G Tour," which was previously announced by the university's Division of Intercollegiate Athletics.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
GMC baseball schedule through April 26
Carteret at Middlesex, 10 a.m. Franklin at Piscataway, 10 a.m. New Brunswick at South River, 11 a.m. South Plainfield at North Brunswick, 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. South Brunswick at St. Joseph, 3:15 p.m. Spotswood at Metuchen Timothy Christian at Piscataway Tech Dunellen at Perth Amboy Tech Cardinal McCarrick at East Brunswick Tech Colonia at Woodbridge ... (more)
Somerset man loses appeal of New Brunswick sex assault conviction
A resident of the Somerset secton of Franklin has lost the appeal of his conviction of sexually assaulting a homeless 20-year-old woman in 2009.
New Brunswick diversity group honors Booker
The New Brunswick-based nonprofit American Conference on Diversity honored U.S. Sen. Cory Booker, D-N.J., award-winning journalist Soledad O'Brien, the New Jersey Devils and New Jersey Natural Gas COO Kathleen Ellis with their State Humanitarian Awards on April 3 before an audience of nearly 250 community and corporate leaders, including Robert ... (more)