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I was around priests as a boy... guess what happened?
I believe my story is typical of boys that served as altar boys and attended Catholic school in the 1960's and '70s.
Man charged for assaulting pregnant NJ Transit bus driver
Andre Dawson III, 39, was a passenger on board a bus when he assaulted the driver in Elizabeth on January 28 leaving her with bumps, cuts, and bruises.
Dozens displaced by apartment building fires in Newark, Fort Lee
48 units in a Fort Lee apartment building were destroyed on Thursday night that took five hours to bring under control.
NJ woman bites police officer during arrest, cops say
Jordana M. Cappiello of Hamburg, whose behavior was described as "extremely aggressive" during her arrest claimed to be a member of the Latin Kings gang.
'Manpower shortage' cancels multiple NJ Transit trains
The Morris and Essex Line bore the brunt of the cancellations on the Friday leading into the long Presidents' Day Weekend.
Rain showers and mild temps Friday, then a bit of weekend snow
There are still no major storms, arctic blasts, or heat waves in New Jersey's forecast.
A call to toughen penalties for porch piracy in NJ
One lawmaker has had enough and wants to crack down on the bad guys
Parking taxes may be raised in some New Jersey municipalities
The price to park in Newark and other cities in New Jersey could be raised to help improve pedestrian access to mass transit, under a bill advanced Thursday.
Divorce without an attorney — a step-by-step guide for NJ couples
Valentine's Day is over. Now let's talk divorce.
Guess where the worst traffic nightmare in the USA is ...
A new report finds it's right here in the Garden State.
12 of the best things to do this weekend in NJ — Feb. 15-17
See what's going on this weekend around New Jersey!
Sen. Booker's presidential bid more positive than Christie's
A new Monmouth University poll finds New Jersey voters are more positive about U.S. Sen. Cory Booker's presidential run.
These bad online habits put your personal info at risk
More than 92 percent of U-S adults have been guilty of committing at least one risky data security behavior, says Creditcards.com.