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Gov. Chris Christie says he doesn't think much about his status as front-runner for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination. The governor describes the designation as "meaningless" in a race that's three years away. Appearing Monday at his first
A confrontation involving three men at a southern New Jersey home ended when one of them struck another with a machete. Egg Harbor police 24-year-old township resident Drew Vasquez and 25-year-old Richard Borges of Mays Landing both face aggravated
The Record Holiday travelers on North Jersey highways will be under the watchful eyes of police looking for drunken drivers and other traffic violations. Routes 3, 21, 23, 46, and 208, and interstates 80, 280 and 287 will all get extra attention from
The Record A bill to help protect students and staff at New Jersey colleges from severe allergic reactions passed the state Assembly's higher education committee Monday. The bill, passed by the state Senate in August, directs the state's secretary of
New Jersey officials say they have distributed just over one-third of the federal aid allocated for housing help after Superstorm Sandy. The state's Community Affairs Department released the figure Tuesday after an analysis by two housing advocacy
Those wishing to express their views will be provided with a five minute timeframe to express those views. All are invited to attend the meeting, where reports on the conservancy's activities will be discussed.
The band topped off its 2013 season with a first place win and "Superior" rating, garnering a score of 90.0 points at the Bloomfield Fall Band Invitational competition Sunday. Best Music" and "Best Color Guard" honors in the Group B category.
Verona-Cedar Grove Times It's been a long time since something provoked me as violently as human trafficking. We have all seen "Taken" and several episodes of "Law and Order" in which girls who are trafficked are always saved by heroes who protect
The planning board memorialized a resolution Monday night that will allow for the rebuilding of the Old Barn Milk Bar in Wayne . The establishment will contain an ice cream parlor and restaurant. The applicant for the project is Richard Lauretta, the
Projects such as roofs could be funded by the 2014-15 school budget, possibly through state grants, instead of by referendum, according to the handout. Other projects to consider include energy conservation projects that could be self-funding,