Despite initial protests by Atlantic City officials, Gov. Chris Christie is expected to announce the appointment of an emergency manager to oversee the troubled resort town's finances, The Press of Atlantic City has reported.
The Sayreville School District could face a $1.5 million lawsuit if one of the alleged victims of the recent hazing scandal follows through with plans to sue the district for negligence, according to a recent report by NJ Advance Media.
Months after a hazing scandal caused the cancellation of the 2014 Sayreville high school football season, the Bombers' senior captain told NJ Advance Media that although he's not sure if he'll transfer to another school this year, one thing is certain: he will be competing in track and field events.
Although he has yet to formally announce plans for a presidential run in 2016, Gov. Chris Christie has taken a solid step toward a possible candidacy with the establishment of a leadership political action committee that could take the lead in funding his political travels and seeking donors, The New York Times reported Tuesday, just hours after the governor's State of the State address.
Gov. Chris Christie's 2013 re-election campaign has been issued a subpoena for documents relating to meetings that were allegedly canceled with Jersey City Mayor Steven Fulop, who declined to endorse the governor during the last election, The Wall Street Journal reported Wednesday.
Months after the program was canceled in the wake of a hazing scandal, football will return to Sayreville War Memorial High School. The announcement was made during Tuesday night's Board of Education meeting.
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