NJ counting on billions of dollars with 2020 Census count
Plans are underway to try and make sure all New Jerseyans fill out their 2020 Census forms.
Reading, writing, math ... and civics? New H.S. mandate possible
Lawmakers consider making a civics course a high school graduation requirement in New Jersey, but the idea met resistance at its first hearing.
Do you go to work when you're sick? Most NJ residents do
But studies show most New Jersey workers do it anyway!
A rough weekend for seals stranded along Jersey Shore, 3 dead
Volunteers helping stranded seals along the Jersey Shore had a sad Sunday morning, after two seals died overnight and a third had been found dead on Saturday.
South Jersey man busted for child pornography after 'cybertip'
The resident of the Somerdale section of Gloucester Township was arrested on Friday and charged with possession of child pornography.
Howell cop hurt in head-on crash goes home, driver questioned
The Howell officer injured in the crash returned home Saturday after being treated for a "significant" leg injury.
NJ couple found dead at home, adult son stabbed them, cops say
After police found a senior couple dead at home, a daylong search ended with the arrest of Pawell Michael Boduch. He is charged with murder.
Police K-9 tracks missing Robbinsville woman trapped in bamboo
A township woman who got lost after going for a walk Monday evening was safely found thanks to the nose of a police dog.
NJ cases of salmonella sickening from raw turkey grows
A single source for the contaminated turkey has yet been not been identified. Those who have become ill have consumed raw turkey from a variety of sources including raw turkey pet food, raw turkey products, and live turkeys.
Get your shoes! Payless liquidation sale starts Feb. 17
Payless will start to shut down its retail locations in March with all expected to be closed by May along with its online operation.
Murphy, Democrats reach deal to tax legal weed by ounce —reports
New Jersey is ever closer to legalizing recreational marijuana.
Commuter Alert: Routes 295, 29 ramps to close for bridge project
The 18 week closure will temporarily close access from Route 29 to both directions of Route 295 at the Scudder Falls Bridge as the project moves closer to tolls scheduled to begin this summer.
After 2 light sentences, NJ judge sends actress back to prison
A former "Melrose Place" actress was sentenced Friday to more prison time for a fatal 2010 auto accident in Montgomery.
Vatican defrocks former NJ Archbishop McCarrick over sex abuse
Theodore McCarrick served as the first Bishop of the Metuchen diocese from 1981 until 1986. He was appointed the Archbishop of Newark in 1986 where he served until 2000.
Someone threw or fired objects at a dozen windshields on Rt. 539
It's not clear what was throw at the windshields of 15 cars on Route 539 in Plumsted on Thursday.
2 men in NJ each found with 4,000+ child porn images, cops say
The cases were the result of separate months-long investigations.
Woman in Wildwood arrest banned from beach after plea deal
Emily Weinman faced numerous charges stemming from the confrontation that was caught on video.
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