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Subway Line to NJ is Too Expensive, Says NYC Chief
New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg says he hopes the city’s subway system will be extended to New Jersey “in somebody’s lifetime.”
Christie’s Trip To Israel Begins [PHOTOS]
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie kicked off his first official overseas trip Monday, meeting Israel’s leader in a visit that may boost the rising Republican star’s foreign policy credentials ahead of November’s presidential election.
United Water Begins Hydrant Flushing
Starting today through the end of May, United Water Toms River customers may find discoloration or low pressure at the taps.
Brick Public Works Employees Keep Jobs…For Now
Brick Township public works crews keep their jobs…for now.
Temporary Outage Of Visa Card Network Sunday
Visa says a technical problem affecting its network barred people from using their credit and debit cards for about 45 minutes on Sunday.
Wife: JetBlue Pilot Wasn’t ‘Intentionally Violent’
The wife of the JetBlue pilot whose frightening behavior forced an emergency landing says the family believes he wasn’t “intentionally violent toward anyone.”
1940 Census Records Include 21M Still Alive
When the 1940 census records are released, Verla Morris can consider herself a part of living history.
Tim Tebow Hits Twitter as a Jet
It’s Twitter Time again for Tim Tebow.
CDC: 1 In 88 US Kids Have Autism
A new government report says autism is more common than previously thought, burdening as many as 1 in 88 children.
Stafford GOP Club Head Steps Down
The decision by Stafford Mayor John Spodofora to run for re-election this November has the president of the towns Republican club stepping down.
Shop Rite Stabbing Victim Released From Hospital
The Bayville Shop Rite employee stabbed in front of horrified shoppers last Friday has been discharged from the hospital.
Christie Holds Town Hall In Manchester Today
Governor Christie continues his series of town hall meetings today in Ocean County.