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Brick mayor replies to anti-Jewish tweet, then gets backlash
Mayor John Ducey is learning that it's not easy responding to constituents in 280 characters or less.
Indictment: NJ man killed by 100 mph driver
The crash happened in August in Mount Laurel.
NJ man gets life in prison after robbing cigs from Wawa, cash from Valero
Owle didn't kill or hurt anyone when he held up the Wawa clerk at the point of a pocketknife and two Valero attendants while armed with a pipe in 2017.
Sex assault, hot-iron branding during teens’ trip in NJ, prosecutor says
Two Junior ROTC student from Queens have been charged with assaulting fellow classmates in a hazing incident last.
NJ party boss — a rich ‘hoarder’ — gets mixed verdict in tax fraud trial
A federal jury on Wednesday convicted Ocean County political boss George Gilmore of failing to pay payroll taxes and submitting a false loan application.
NJ sees ‘startling’ rise of autism diagnosis among 4-year-olds
New Jersey has had the nation’s highest rate of autism.
ACLU sues NJ school that suspended kids for gun Snapchat posts
A lawsuit could become a teaching moment for school officials who suspended two high school students last year for sharing pictures of firearms.
Murphy budget provides $262M in charity care — These hospitals get the most
Gov. Phil Murphy's proposed 2020 budget includes another $262 million in Charity Care funds to the state's 70 acute care hospitals and one specialty hospital.
With NJ abortion and safe-surrender laws, why kill a newborn?
New Jersey has safe and legal options for parents.
Democratic presidential forum honors NJ’s most wanted fugitive
A Democratic presidential forum on Monday paid tribute to New Jersey's most wanted fugitive.
No more alcohol at Sandy Hook: Feds ban booze at Jersey Shore
For years, Sandy Hook stood out for two things: Naked people and booze were both permitted.
Thousand acres burning in Burlington County — highway closed
Firefighters are are battling a forest fire that quickly spread to a thousand acres in Burlington County.