New Jersey


Regional Briefs – August 26, 2018

Long Island’s School Districts Stockpile Over $2 Billion MELVILLE, N.Y. – Long Island’s school districts have a $2 billion stockpile in cash reserves, and residents are up in arms what…

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Rare WWII Planes Touch Down at New Jersey Airport

First, there was a roar of propellers overhead. Then, a chorus of “oohs” from the hundred-plus spectators at Monmouth Executive Airport. In flew the B-24J Liberator, a World War II…

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Regional Briefs – August 23, 2018

Billionaire Backs Cuomo, Slams Great-Gate Comment NEW YORK – Ken Langone, the billionaire founder of Home Depot, is backing Gov. Andrew Cuomo but wants him to apologize for saying America…

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Regional Briefs – August 22, 2018

Tax-Agent Trainee Arrested for Stealing From Store DUNELLEN, N.J. – A trainee to become a special tax agent was arrested for stealing more than $200 from a business while he…

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NJ Bans Bear-Hunting on State Land

About 40 percent of the bears killed in New Jersey’s annual hunts since 2010 came from state-owned lands now off-limits to hunters, according to Department of Environmental Protection figures made…

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Jet With 2 Blown Tires Lands Safely

A private jet that had blown two tires during takeoff at Teterboro Airport in New Jersey made a safe emergency landing hours later at Stewart International Airport in Newburgh, New…

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Regional Briefs – August 15, 2018

State Police Looking for Missing Rifle … Their Own OLEAN, N.Y. – State police are looking for one of their rifles last seen early Monday on Buffalo Street near the…

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Vandals Flood Historic Submarine, Plaques Stolen

Vandals have flooded a World War II-era submarine that has been part of the New Jersey Naval Museum since 1972. Submarine Memorial Association vice president Les Altschuler tells The Record…

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Regional Briefs – August 13, 2018

Court Rules Police Dashcam Not Public Records TRENTON – New Jersey’s top court ruled Monday that police dash-camera videos are not available under state public-records law, The Associated Press reported.…

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School Bus Overturns on Turnpike, No Serious Injuries

Officials said that a school bus taking families home from a picnic crashed on the New Jersey Turnpike, sending dozens of people to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. Newark Mayor…

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Regional Briefs – August 9, 2018

Former Tuberculosis Sanitarium Up For Sale SARANAC LAKE, N.Y. – A former sanitarium that made the Adirondack village of Saranac Lake famous for curing tuberculosis will be auctioned next month…

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