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3 hrs ago | WKXW-FM Trenton
Authorities say a New Jersey man apparently searching for warm clothes or a place to sleep died after getting trapped in a clothing collection bin.
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8 hrs ago | Courier-Post
The Scenic Route: Kayaking the Wading River: A scenic look at a kayaking trip down the Wading River, part of Wharton State Forest, in the NJ Pine Barrens.
12 hrs ago | The Jersey Journal
First lady Mary Pat Christie and the Drumthwacket Foundation have rolled out a poinsettia-red carpet for the state's theaters this year, inviting the New Jersey Theatre Alliance to decorate each room - in collaboration with the mansion's traditional holiday elves, members of the Garden Club of New Jersey - with scenery, costumes, photos and props ... (more)
12 hrs ago | Daily Record
New Jerseyans still like the job Gov. Chris Christie is doing, though they don't know much about what he'd like to do with it next.
12 hrs ago | Patch.com
A Winter Storm system moving through New Jersey has resulted in speed restrictions being put in place on the New Jersey Turnpike and the Garden State Parkway, the New Jersey Turnpike Authority announced.
13 hrs ago | PhysOrg Weblog
A pamphlet distributed by the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development outlines practices encouraging safe sleep for infants.
13 hrs ago | Clarks Hometown News Patriot
Gun-control advocates will likely say that Gov. Chris Christie has failed to address a potentially deadly problem, and that the state's already strong laws need to be tightened to better protect New Jerseyans against the kinds of mass shootings that seem to occur with some frequency, most recently in Washington D.C. and Chicago.
13 hrs ago | Patch.com
The first day of New Jersey's six-day bear firearm hunt was a slow one , as wet weather kept many hunters out of the woods Monday, the Daily Record reported.
15 hrs ago | Courier-Post
A northern neighbor has come south to roost in New Jersey. A record number of snowy owls, which typically reside in Arctic Canada, have invaded mid-Atlantic states including New Jersey.
16 hrs ago | NJ.com
In the colorful kingdom of Pentapolis, Pericles battles a knight during Princess Thaisa's birthday tournament.
Something's stirring in New Jersey's largest city. Having straggled on through the last 40 years, flirting with death, enduring successive surgeries that often did more harm than good, Military Park is undergoing a corrective surgery.
Living in the state where we've lowered the flag to commemorate the passing of such luminaries as Clarence Clemmons, Whitney Houston, and just recently James Gandolfini - you'd think it would be fitting to lower the flag in honor of Nelson Mandela.
There was a time when stories like this would probably have been shocking to the nation at large.
New Jersey Acting Attorney General John J. Hoffman and the State Division of Consumer Affairs today announced a $27,800 settlement with Command Center, Inc., an Idaho-based provider of temporary and on-demand staffing that set up offices in New Jersey after Superstorm Sandy, without properly registering with the state as required by law.
Rutgers is a research-intensive university, with 300 research centers and institutes.
Yes, tis the season for eating in excess! Family gatherings and holiday parties with friends and business associates provide plenty of opportunity to celebrate the season with food and drink.
Attempts to address the already high-profile problem of cyber-bullying in New Jersey's schools could intensify dramatically under a bill making its way through the state Senate.
Keeping those two straight may be a problem for him. For the citizens of New Jersey, it will be a challenge trying to interpret whether his actions are being taken for the benefit of the people whom he was re-elected to serve, or to further his national agenda.