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NJ school districts that would get the most money under Murphy
Nearly every school district in New Jersey would get an increase in state aid next year and none will see a reduction, according to figures released Thursday by the Murphy administration.
Ex-pol tries to keep NJ pension he tripled with corrupt, no-show jobs
A corrupt politician who managed to nearly triple his pension over just a four-year period thanks to a plush no-show job before he went to prison and lost it all tried to get back on the public dole.
Man says slaying of girl, 11, an accident — doesn’t recall raping her
Andreas Erazo’s confession was videotaped after he was arrested in the July 12 slaying of Abbiegail “Abbie” Smith in their Keansburg apartment building.
JCP&L lawsuit against NJ town nixed for being late
Too slow in getting power restored, residents say. Too slow in filing a lawsuit, judges say.
Murphy says immigration cops should target real criminals
Gov. Phil Murphy says federal immigration authorities should leave alone otherwise law-abiding people who are in the country illegally.
‘No class warfare — just fairness,’ Murphy says before 1st budget
Gov. Phil Murphy on Monday said he would unveil a budget that would help the middle class, but hedged on whether it would include tax hikes.
How Irish is your New Jersey town?
St. Patrick's Day is March 17 and Irish eyes are smiling across the Garden State.
No power until Monday? Murphy threatens action against JCP&L
A "mad as heck" Gov. Phil Murphy threatened to exercise executive action against one of the state's largest utility companies.
Their Parkway road-rage antics killed woman, now they’re in prison
Two men are spending six years in prison after a road rage incident in which they raced as fast as 100 mph on the Garden State Parkway, killing a 63-year-old woman after one brake-checked the other.
338,000 NJ utility customers in the dark after snowstorm
Hundreds of thousands of people were without power Wednesday evening after a nor'easter snowfall that brought dangerous lightning, fallen trees and countless traffic accidents.
March comes in like a T-Rex in New Jersey
Watching a guy in a dinosaur costume shoveling snow almost makes it all worth it. Almost.
Homeless man’s dogs attack cop, who shoots in self-defense
A Linden police officer was injured after a homeless man's dogs attacked him Wednesday morning, police said.