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3 hrs ago | New Jersey State Police
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8 hrs ago | The Jersey Journal
Designs on Mine Street call for the first floor of the building to house theological seminary students, while apartments on the other three levels will be available to the open market.
10 hrs ago | Asbury Park Press
14 hrs ago | The Jersey Journal
Westfield Historical Society presents: Clock Making in Colonial East New Jersey on March 21, at the Community Room, Municipal Building, 425 East Broad St., Westfield, at 7:30 p.m. Time is ticking so don't miss this presentation on early Colonial Clock Making in East New Jersey.
18 hrs ago | Patch.com
Opening soon in New Brunswick: BurgerFi, located right off of Rutgers' campus . This is the first BurgerFi to open in New Jersey.
20 hrs ago | Courier News
Caritas Chamber Chorale, directed by Barbara Sanderman, will present a Spring Concert Series of a cappella sacred music entitled "Our Hearts Are Filled to Overflowing," for the benefit of the Adorno Fathers' African Mission.
Manager Amy Kuchma and employee Eric Grullon wait on customers at the flagship Potatopia kiosk at Menlo Park Mall in Edison.
We have seen several sides of Joe Michelini on stage over the past several years.
MIDDLESEX COUNTY - A judge in New Brunswick ordered Middlesex County to provide inmates at the county jail with e-readers or other equipment needed for inmates to view evidence contained on flash drives or other electronic media.
Hatikvah International Academy plans to appeal the state's denial of its expansion, the controversial charter school's board President Laurie Newell said.
A recently-filed lawsuit accuses Fairview-based Systrum Energy of violating New Jersey's consumer fraud act by promising customers low electricity rates then raising prices dramatically following the recent cold snap.
Police are searching for two New Brunswick men who, along with an accomplice now in custody, have been charged with fatally shooting a New Brunswick resident outside his home last weekend, Middlesex County Acting Prosecutor Andrew C. Carey and city Police Director Anthony A. Caputo said Thursday in a news release.
The Middlesex County prosecutor's office says two of those charged remain at large in the March 1 fatal shooting of 30 year-old Rahim Fuqua.
George Kosanovich worked as a police officer for this tiny Middlesex County borough for about a year -- enough time, he says, to realize that elected officials expected the police department to raise money by targeting out-of-town drivers.
Recent published stories pertaining to a lawsuit brought against the city, its police department and the Rutgers University Police Department by Charles Kratovil for "maps depicting boundaries or zones used to guide the New Brunswick Police Department and the Rutgers University Police Department in their law-enforcement duties since 2010" contained ... (more)