Three New Yorkers connected to the death of a child whose skeletal remains were found in an Upper Freehold park in 2005 have admitted roles in the series of events that became known as the notorious "Baby Bones" case.
Allentown High School in Upper Freehold Twp was packed last night. For hours they sat and argued whether the rural township will become the first in the state that will allow a medical marijuana facility that will serve central N.J.
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