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A woman filed a federal lawsuit alleging that her First Amendment rights were violated when she was denied a license plate that would proclaim her atheist views in New Jersey, though a plate reading "BAPTIST" was approved.
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The PRC Group obtained a $52.5 million construction loan for its $80 million student housing project at The College of New Jersey.
Interview memos released this week by the lawyers Christie hired to probe the George Washington Bridge lane closures reveal how David Samson, center - who faced a series of conflict-of-interest questions before resigning from the Port Authority late last month - apparently interacted with Christie administration officials in a number of overlapping ... (more)
A ceremony will be held later this month to mark the start of construction for the new high-rise bridge project in Beaufort.
Body found at side of Massachusetts Interstate is thought to be 5-year-old boy who hadn't been seen since September, but whose disappearance took three months to be reported Girl, 17, accused of murdering a police officer before going on a high-speed chase SMILES in court as her attorney claims her boyfriend forced her to participate A New Jersey ... (more)
The truck was carrying a sodium hypochlorite solution which is the active ingredient in household bleach, this afternoon.
She's suing the Motor Vehicle Commission, saying it violated her First Amendment rights when the application for the plate was denied.
The Board of Education responded to criticism that it had silenced a resident's constitutional rights by the American Civil Liberties Union of New Jersey at its last meeting.
A federal public-health agency will perform public-health assessment activities at Fenimore Landfill in Roxbury and has requested a meeting with representatives of the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection to discuss hydrogen sulfide emissions coming from the landfill.
State officials say public health in New Jersey - as well as the state budget - would benefit from applying the $2.70-per-pack cigarette tax to electronic cigarettes, but the argument is receiving a cold reception among some legislators.
Those lucky enough to live near a Wawa in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia or Florida know that the stores are kings among gas station convenience stores.
Early history * Mid-1950s-1979 -- Frank Fenimore owns and operates Fenimore Landfill as a private waste landfill.
This congestion caused so much gridlock that commuters couldn't commute to in New York and students were unable to attend school, among other problems.
Tuesday was Tax Day, and last-minute filers headed to tax preparation offices throughout the area to beat the midnight deadline.
New Jersey's open space preservation programs are in crisis, and without long-term, sustainable funding they will grind to a halt - and our way of life here in the Garden State will surely suffer.