Two shore men with criminal pasts are being sued by New Jersey Attorney General Jeffrey Chiesa's office, accused of collecting tens of thousands of dollars for families of first-responders who died in the World Trade Center attacks - then keeping it.
A fugitive who's been on the New Jersey State Police 12 Most Wanted list since 1995 for charges filed three years earlier is cornered in Fort Lauderdale - where police say he's been hiding for more than 15 years.
Observances marking the date that the airship Hindenburg exploded over Lakehurst Naval Air Station take place every year. But our cultural need to turn certain years into benchmarks gives this weekend's ceremonies extra poignance.
Time has a way of softening memory. But the detonation, disintegration and death in Lakehurst 75 years ago when the airship Hindenburg burned remains sharply etched in the minds of the few still alive who witnessed it.
When people from all walks of life, from far corners of the earth, gather in Ocean County this weekend to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the Hindenburg's fiery destruction in Lakehurst, it's another chapter in a perpetual tug-of-war between myth and reality.
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