Schools across New Jersey announce later openings or cancellations as winter storm bears dow
A roundup of school schedule changes Somerset County for March 5.
Due to the threat of inclement weather, schools throughout Monmouth County announced that they would be closed or having delayed openings on Thursday, March 5
The man also "began to taunt officers about their ethnicity and personal lives," according to police.
After nine weeks of legal proceedings, the prosecution and defense in the trial of former Wall Township public schools Superintendent James Habel each delivered their closing arguments Wednesday.
Undercover officers were sent to the business over a three-month period and were solicited for sex on multiple occasions.
Some areas of the state may see more than a foot of snow
Around 4:10 p.m., Detective Sgt. Chris Biro pulled over a red Chevy Blazer on the Hamburg Turnpike after he saw the driver, Frederick Gall, who "was known to have a suspended driver's license and warrants out for his arrest," Police Lt.
The next issue of conservative magazine The National Review will reportedly feature Gov. Chris Christie in a parody of a famous New Jersey moment: General George Washington crossing the Delaware River during the Revolutionary War
Lowell Reddie, 63, of Arcadia Avenue, was charged with assault and endangering the welfare of a child. He was held in the Cumberland County Jail in lieu of $1,050,000 bail.
A roundup of school schedule changes Morris County for March 5.
A roundup of school schedule changes Sussex County for March 5.
Due to inclement weather, schools throughout Ocean County announced that they would be closed or have delayed openings on Thursday, March 5.
MIDDLESEX COUNTY - With another round of snowfall expected to blanket much of New Jersey, one school district in the county has already canceled Thursday classes. The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm warning starting tonight at 7...
Boston-to-Washington route has subsidized less profitable lines elsewhere in the nation
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The treatment center is expected to open in late 2016
In 2006, when Lawrence Township considered an ordinance to require large retailers to pay more than $11 an hour, a Superior Court judge ruled that it would be illegal.
The group also plans to appeal a decision made last month by the Delaware & Raritan Canal Commission accepting the institute's application.
PSE&G will be carrying out a gas main replacement project in Bayonne during this month and April in the vicinity of East 11th Street and Avenue E, city officials announced yesterday.
Here's the list of closings and delays for Thursday.
See if your school is delayed or closed for Thursday.
Gov. Christoe declares state emergency Wednesday night.
The next hearing in the case is scheduled for March 12
Patricia A. Shurig, 24, arrested in October and held on $100,000 bail.
"This is one way of keeping taxes down," said Mantua Mayor Pete Scirotto.
A 27-year-old Jersey City man has been accused of sexually abusing two girls, ages 3 and 7, in Jersey City within the past two years.
The federal lawmaker joined a growing chorus of state politicians condemning the reported settlement figure
Two Hudson County high-schoolers have officially punched their tickets to the 2015 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair in Pittsburgh this May.
New Jersey colleges want the state to reconsider proposed new standards for teacher preparation programs, including more time spent student teaching beginning in 2017.