New Jersey


Regional Briefs – October 17, 2017

Home for Museum of Natural History’s Gem Collection to Open in 2019 NEW YORK – Exotic gemstones will be on display in 2019 at the American Museum of Natural History,…

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Documents Link Jackson Code Crackdown to Eruvin Complaints

Officials in Jackson Township, N.J., have steadily insisted that the recent ordinance effectively banning the construction of eruvin and a sharp uptick in enforcement of a long-ignored law regulating private…

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Regional Briefs – October 16, 2017

Obama to Campaign for NJ Gubernatorial Hopeful NEWARK– Ex-President Obama will be in New Jersey Thursday to campaign for Democrat Phil Murphy, who served as his ambassador to Germany, The…

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Far Fewer Bears Killed in Latest New Jersey Hunt

New Jersey wildlife officials say far fewer black bears were culled during this year’s hunt compared to last year’s event. Preliminary data shows 241 bruins were killed during the six-day…

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Regional Briefs – October 2, 2017

Several Hurt When High Thrill Ride Slams to a Stop DARIEN, N.Y. – Several riders were injured Saturday when the high thrill Silver Bullet ride at Darien Lake began swinging…

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Regional Briefs – September 27, 2017

Army Probing West Point Grad’s Communist Postings FORT DRUM, N.Y. – The Army is investigating a West Point graduate’s pro-Communism posts, The Associated Press reported. 2nd Lt. Spenser Rapone tweeted…

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NJ Lecturer Suspended For Comments Praising Hitler

A New Jersey Institute of Technology lecturer seen on video apparently spouting anti-Semitic sentiments claimed Tuesday his comments were taken out of context. The Newark college has put Jason Jorjani…

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Regional Briefs – September 26, 2017

Teen Honored for Helping Homebound Feed Pets TRENTON – A girl who helps homebound people feed their pets was named Tuesday a “New Jersey Hero” by First Lady Mary Pat…

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