It was a shortened week from the newsroom with the holiday on Monday.  We recap everything from another frenzied week in Trenton politics to a dead bear found on the side of Rt. 95 to an historic day in Mets history.

Drowning Down The Shore

The shortened week opened with a fatal drowning down the shore.

Officials are cautioning New Jersey residents to be prepared for hurricane season.

A new survey examined the link between productivity in the workplace and feeling appreciated.

Ravi Turns Himself In

On Wednesday, Dharun Ravi went before a judge to turn himself in, and get set to begin his 30-day jail sentence.

The OLS Budget Analyst speaks about some of Governor Christie's budget "one-shots."

The recent rash of drownings raised awareness about safety and precautions for swimmers.

Unemployment benefits are set to expire for the long-term unemployed, which would affect thousands of New Jerseyans.

Christie Comes To Our Studios

Thursday opened with a review of Wednesday night's "Ask The Governor" program, where the Governor spoke about his plan for mandatory drug treatments and closing property tax loopholes.

New legislation would increase penalties for drivers holding up traffic in the left lanes.

A State Comptroller report brings to light perks and benefits received by community college presidents in New Jersey.

A recap of the Devils/King Game 1 in the Stanley Cup Final.  New Jersey lost a heart-breaker.

A Black Bear On NJ Highway

The week closed with a full slate of stories.  However, a random one popped up in the midst of our news morning, when we got a word of black bear found dead on the side of Rt. 95 (WARNING:  PICTURES ARE GRAPHIC).

Meanwhile, Governor Christie drew battle lines after his second supreme court nominee was denied.  Kevin McArdle wondered what this means for bi-partisanship in NJ.  David Matthau recaps the Governor's East Brunswick Town Hall.

Jason Allentoff questions whether the slew of NJ reality shows are leading to bad behavior.

For the second straight Friday night, a major sports story happened in the area.  Johan Santana threw the first no-hitter in the history of the Mets franchise at Citi Field against the St. Louis Cardinals.

That's another week in the books for New Jersey.  One note:  I will be on vacation through June 12th.  Annette Petriccione will be writing the daily "From The Newsroom" blog. I will still write week in review for next Saturday.

Have a wonderful weekend and I will be back with you all very soon.  We close with the video of the week below, which is a video replay of this week's "Ask The Governor' program.