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2 hrs ago | The Jersey Journal
The New Jersey Supreme Court hears a case in Trenton last year. TRENTON - Medicaid benefits for immigrants.
6 hrs ago | PennLive.com
New Yorkers and New Jersians have long known the heavily forested towns around the Pocono Mountains as a summer playground. But after the Sept.
7 hrs ago | The Verona-Cedar Grove Times
Councilmen Joseph Lopez and Carlos Bernard, and former councilman Gary Iacobacci, addressed a special meeting at Carteret School. Pro bono consultant Bill Groeling of Earthworks Environmental Technologies joined them to help interpret the test results recently released on the township website.
11 hrs ago | TheAlternativePress.com
The township is preparing road work on the entire Prince Rodgers Avenue, with the hope that it will be complete before the end of the fall this year. "Anyone who travels on that road knows this is much needed improvement," township administrator James Naples said at Monday's council meeting.
15 hrs ago | Asbury Park Press
Study: 38 percent of NJ households struggle Thirty-eight percent of New Jersey households can't afford basic necessities, according to a report released Sunday.
Ben Franklin was carried to each session of the Constitutional Convention by sedan chair, born by jail inmates pressed into service. https://www.google.com/search?q=ben+franklin+arriving+by+sedan+chair+at+the+constitutional+convention&client=firefox-a&hs=jnJ&rls=org.mozilla:en-US:official&channel=np&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ei=yNsUVKLSJMucygTNgoCQAw&ved=0CAgQ_AUoAQ&biw=723&bih=421#fac Ben Franklin was carried to each session of the Constitutional Convention by sedan chair, born by jail inmates pressed into service.
In the wake of an extraordinarily successful year for the New Jersey Intergenerational Orchestra, the NJIO has introduced a second section of its Prelude Ensemble for beginning string players. The ensemble meets on Thursdays from 4:30 -5:30 pm or 6 7 pm, at the New Jersey Youth Symphony Music Center located at 570 Central Avenue, New Providence.
The Passaic Valley Water Commission plans to hold a second public meeting Monday night to explain its plan to drain three reservoirs on Garret Mountain, and for the first time, elected officials are expected to attend. The New Jersey Community Development Corp., a non-profit that has been leading the opposition to the project, is hosting the meeting.
EDISON, NJ Assemblywoman Nancy J. Pinkin introduced the "New Jersey Sexual Assault Violence in Education Act," a comprehensive bill which would establish a statewide on-campus sexual assault awareness campaign, a process to report on-campus assaults to county prosecutors and require colleges to better communicate cases of abuse to its student body. The bill, A-3652, requires institutions of higher education to adopt an anti-sexual assault theater program to be given at the beginning of each academic year.
No. 17: Bergen Community College, one of the state's largest two-year colleges, has New Jersey's 17th largest college endowment with $8.7 million. In this file photo, student Dayton Pierce studies in the law section of the campus library.
The Drug Enforcement Administration on Friday issued an advisory to the public about the high purity level of heroin in New Jersey.
The New Jersey Symphony Orchestra presents BUGS BUNNY AT THE SYMPHONY II-a spectacular fusion of classical music and classic animation that celebrates the world's most famous and beloved cartoons and their equally famous music-on January 3-4, 2015, at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center in Newark and State Theatre in New Brunswick. Conducted by Emmy Award winner George Daugherty, and created and produced by Daugherty and Emmy Award-winning producer David Ka Lik Wong, Bugs Bunny at the Symphony II is a celebration of the world's favorite Warner Bros.
The 22-year-old Washington Township man faces one count each of stalking and sexual exploitation of a child. The exploitation count carries a mandatory minimum prison sentence of 15 years upon conviction.
The Fourth Annual New Jersey Disability Pride Parade & Celebration will be held on Friday, October 3rd, in Trenton, NJ. More than 600 people and organizations representing a wide variety of disabilities are expected to march and roll from the NJ State House on West State Street to the disability pride celebration on East Lafayette Street.
New Jersey voters will fill seats in the United States House of Representatives in all twelve congressional districts in November, plus one Senate seat. This column will attempt to provide at least a snapshot of each of the twenty-six major party candidates in these races.
Christie campaigns in Florida with Rick Scott On Friday, September 12th, 2014, in New Jersey politics ... Check out this story on app.com: http://on.app.com/1rZr1V1 Gov. Chris Christie heads to Florida to campaign with Gov. Rick Scott; they're shown here in an AP photo at a news conference in Arizona last November.
While Rutgers University had a banner year for fundraising, some New Jersey's colleges and universities say they are still feeling the fallout of the economic troubles of the past decade. Many alumni and other donors cut back or stopped sending donations to their favorite schools when the recession began to eat away at Americans' bank accounts in 2007.
Updated: Sun Sep 14, 2014 07:07 pm
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