7 hrs ago
Asbury Park Press
Chris Christie in Lavallette, the Assembly votes, plus more in today's Daily Quickie
Assembly voting session, 1 p.m. in Trenton, with 80 bills on the agenda. Among them are four bills related to gun violence, workers' compensation for first responders, revamping economic development incentives, creating a legislative task force to keep tabs on implementing health exchanges, requiring schools to teach middle-school students about ... (more)
21 hrs ago
Study confirms poverty hits the suburbs, too
But the suburbs on both sides of the Delaware River are becoming steadily poorer, part of a national trend that confounds long-held beliefs that life is always better in greener pastures beyond urban limits.
Range of solutions proposed for deadly Route 130
One of New Jersey's most dangerous highways is getting new attention as lawmakers propose red lights with more sparkle, crosswalks so pronounced they practically scream "STOP," and stiffer traffic fines in an effort to reduce pedestrian deaths.
Sat May 18, 2013
Rowan University Graduates 11 from Cinnaminson
Members of Rowan University's 88th undergraduate class received their diplomas during the school's commencement ceremony Friday in Glassboro.
Bomb Threats, Restaurant Closing Top Local News
UPDATE: Bomb Threats Lead to School Evacuation 2 Days in a Row Cinnaminson School Superintendent Salvatore Illuzzi says the school district is offering a 'substantial cash reward' for information leading to an arrest.
Cinnaminson Students Honored for Good Deeds
Twenty-one Cinnaminson High School students were recognized Thursday for performing good deeds-some subtle, some obvious-and random acts of kindness throughout the past year.
Democratic mayor from Burlington County endorses Christie
Burlington City's Democratic mayor said he's still a bleeding heart liberal, but he's endorsing Governor Christie's re-election bid.
Mt. Laurel Police Investigate Assault, Arrest Teen
May 8 Assault, 4:45 p.m. - Police said an assault occurred in the area of Chaucer Road and Chaucer Court.
Fri May 17, 2013
The Jersey Journal
Man had 3 pounds of pot and marijuana candy, Chester cops say
Chester Borough police confiscated three pounds of marijuana, and marijuana candy from a 20-year-old Lumberton man's vehicle Monday.
The Paramus Post
New leadership Elected For NJEA - Steinhauer, Blistan, And Spiller Prepare To Take The Reins
NJEA members have elected three educators from among their ranks to serve as officers for two-year terms beginning this September.
Thu May 16, 2013
Relative of 2d missing boy from 1972 comes forth
A relative of a boy who disappeared in 1972 from an orphanage outing in Burlington County has come forward to help investigators solve the cold case.
Wed May 15, 2013
BCC Graduates 50 from Cinnaminson
Burlington County College will mark its 43rd annual commencement beginning at 10 a.m. this Saturday, with 1,370 students receiving their degrees.
Feeling Lucky? Powerball Hits $360 Million
Wednesday night's Powerball jackpot has climbed to $360 million-the third highest Powerball prize of all time.
Delanco Man Shot in Struggle with Police, Authorities Say
A Delanco man was shot after becoming involved in a struggle with a police officer early Tuesday, according to authorities.
Gacy Lead Solves 41-Year-Old Missing Person Case
A 41-year-old New Jersey missing person's case has been solved as a result of an ongoing investigation to identify the unnamed victims of serial killer John Wayne Gacy, Cook County Sheriff Thomas J. Dart announced today.
Tue May 14, 2013
Remains found in Burlington County ID'd as those of Paterson teen missing since 1972
Bones that were found in a park in Burlington County in 2000 have been identified as those of a teenager who went missing during a camping trip with other children from a Paterson orphanage more than four decades ago, authorities said Tuesday.
Kermit Gosnell To Spend Life In Prison
Kermit Gosnell will spend the rest of his life in prison without the possibility of parole.
Delanco cop, suspect both shot in early morning struggle
Prosecutors say a police officer and a man he was trying to arrest were both shot and wounded as they struggled on a southern New Jersey street.
Three Arrested on Drug Charges at NJ Senior Center
Authorities have arrested three people following allegations of prostitution and drug use at a senior citizen housing complex in northern New Jersey.
Mon May 13, 2013
Fake Cancer Scheme Leads to Guilty Plea for Delran Woman
A Delran woman who bilked supporters out of tens of thousands of dollars by faking terminal cancer admitted her scheme in court Monday.