A Hudson River rail tunnel project that cost New Jersey millions of dollars and ignited a political firestorm when it was canceled five years ago could wind up benefiting a similar effort that is in its early phases.
Authorities say a former business owner conspired to have employees of the North Bergen DPW do construction jobs at his deli and meat distributing business while they were still on the clock with the township.
History was made at the State House Thursday afternoon: Senate Democrats overrode a Gov. Chris Chrstie veto, battling back against his rejection of a gun control measure aimed at keeping firearms away from those with histories of mental illness.
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