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EMT chief grabbed her by the ‘p***y’ — NJ lawsuit accusation ends in $195K deal
The Mansfield Township Ambulance Corps. quietly settled the harassment lawsuit and the chief remains on the job.
‘Diversity is crap’ candidate also has opinions on Muslims, black people
Grossman is running against Democratic state Sen. Jeff Van Drew for the seat being vacated by Republican U.S. Rep. Frank LoBiondo
Man killed after knifing Atlantic City cop in ‘unprovoked attack’
Prosecutors identified the man as Timothy Deal, a 32-year-old city resident. Investigators say the attack was unprovoked.
NJ cop got drunk and shot man dead in bar fight — Guilty by jury
Joseph Macchia shot and killed Michael Gaffney outside a bar in May 2016.
While handcuffed, suspect shoots himself with cop’s gun, police say
Hillside police arrested Jermaine Covington, 41, after fled a car accident and tried to carjack another car, prosecutors said.
Biggest winners and losers in NJ Democrats’ new school aid plan
More school districts would get more money under a competing school funding formula put forward by state Democratic lawmakers. Although many districts would also lose money.
Anti-gay teacher loses NJ credentials but still gets $133K settlement
The settlement was reached despite Jenye "Viki" Knox agreeing to let state regulators strip her of her teaching credentials for three years.
Woodbridge teacher fired after being caught shoplifting twice
A teacher who was busted twice in a 13-month period with shoplifting has lost a legal fight to win back her job.
NJ MVC worker let unqualified drivers get school bus licenses
A former Motor Vehicle Commission clerk was sentenced Friday to seven years in prison for the scheme.
Deer breaks into home in Princeton
Princeton homeowners got a rude surprise by a deer that crashed into their home.
Are these comments bullying? NJ spends 5 years on question
Haddonfield parents disagree how middle school officials handled a social media bullying complaint.
As dad applies for restraining order, NJ troopers shoot son dead
Stephen Cogelia was shot dead by a trooper after 9 p.m. at his family's Hardwick home.