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GOP lawmakers call for immediate $300M in COVID aid for NJ businesses
Republican lawmakers on Saturday called for special state Senate and Assembly sessions before Thanksgiving to approve $300 million in emergency aid for small businesses and nonprofits affected by the pandemic.
NJ child porn offender arrested again: Sent pics to children — cops
A child-porn offender convicted a decade ago is facing new charges after investigators say he was caught sending nude images to children.
NJ woman charged with letting landscaper rape and molest child
Two Bergen County residents have been charged in connection with the reported rape and molestation of a pre-teen.
NJ congressman wants Trump and administration tried for ‘treachery, treason’
A North Jersey congressman is causing a stir after calling for the eventual investigation and prosecution of Donald Trump next year.
Murphy won’t reappoint judge who downplayed 12-year-old’s rape
A Family Court judge who shocked lawmakers and the public with an opinion that downplayed the seriousness of a 12-year-old girl's reported rape will not be reappointed to the bench.
Winter sports — including ice hockey — resume Dec. 14
High school sports will continue with a winter season after a strange fall season curtailed and limited in part by the pandemic.
Murphy says Trump ‘putting lives at risk’ by locking out Biden transition
Gov. Phil Murphy on Wednesday said the lame-duck Trump administration is putting lives at risk by refusing to cooperate with the Biden transition team on pandemic planning.
Still counting votes: Republicans in NJ get closer to winning more
It's still not over.
In one week, NJ gets 380 reports of workplace COVID-19 violations
A week after the state Labor Department started taking complaints, officials have received nearly 380 reports of workplace violations of the governor's executive order.
78-year-old charged in hit-run death of 82-year-old in Clark
Prosecutors have charged 78-year-old Edison resident with the hit-and-run death last month of an 82-year-old pedestrian who was left for dead near the entrance of a shopping center.