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A New Jersey man has admitted using a sledgehammer to destroy a monument to victims of clergy sexual abuse. Morris County authorities say Gordon Ellis pleaded guilty Wednesday to a downgraded charge of criminal mischief as a disorderly person offense.
Governor Christie says a suicide inside a mall is another example of why more attention needs to be given to mental health issues. He says the state Legislature failed to address the issue when it took up bills aimed at curbing violence. Christie
N.J. (AP) Two northern New Jersey men who allegedly posed as police officers while robbing several people they believed to be recent immigrants are now facing numerous counts, including robbery and criminal restraint. Morris County prosecutors say 37-
Advocates for victims of childhood sexual abuse will rededicate a monument in northern New Jersey that has been a target of vandalism...Joseph Church in Mendham was destroyed last month for the second time in less than two years. But survivors and
Blue Sunday at the Millstone Memorial, the nation's first memorial in remembrance of clergy sex abuse survivors which was destroyed by a vandal for the second time in less than two years. It happens Sunday, April 28, 2013 at 2:00 p.m. with a
A monument at a New Jersey Catholic church that is dedicated to victims of child sexual abuse has been destroyed for the second time in less than two years. Local authorities say someone caused extensive damage to the 400-pound millstone that sits
Task Force follows the Governor’s public commitment to engage in a vigorous and complete look at the root of violent crime in New Jersey, including but not narrowly limited to gun crime, ownership and trafficking. Governor Christie spoke at a press
January 09, 2013 When Hurricane Sandy tore through New Jersey few escaped its destructive power. At Daytop New Jersey, the residential substance abuse treatment and education program for teens, the recently built Mendham, NJ preparatory
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The university and Canterbury Cathedral have asked the Law Society to reconsider its intention to break up the Mendham Collection which contains about 5,000 invaluable items. Furious: TV historian Diarmaid MacCulloch (pictured) has described plans by