Section 8 landlord in NJ demanded sex from women renters, feds say
Federal authorities have filed a lawsuit accusing a North Jersey landlord of demanding sex from residents on multiple occasions in exchange for assistance.
Police suicide: The darkness at the end of the road (Guest column)
"To our LEOs and first-responders, always remember, we are here for you and only a call away."
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NJ fireworks for summer 2020
Even in the coronavirus pandemic, many NJ towns are planning fireworks this summer.
Lawyer railed against ‘feminarchy,’ judge whose son FBI says he killed
In thousands of pages of writing, he said women had turned men into second-class citizens
Taking Care of Business — Watch the replay
New Jersey is opening back up. How will businesses keep you safe, and what can be done to help them?
4 killed in Paterson drive-by; Teen girl killed in Jersey City; 2 dead in Trenton
A street shooting has left four people dead and three others wounded, authorities said.
Secret recordings: Fired official was asked to do COVID test for Murphy aide’s family
In a lawsuit, Neuwirth says he says he found the request “unethical" and "unlawful."
‘Reopen our economy now’ — Mayors complain that NJ moving too slow
The group, which includes mayors from both parties, said, “The time to lift or relax restrictions on all commerce is now.”
Getting NJ Back to Business — Watch the replay
State Senate President Steve Sweeney will be in the studio to hear your suggestions for helping businesses survive beyond the pandemic.