12-Term South Jersey Rep. Andrews Announces ResignationThe 56-year-old is leaving the Capitol on Feb. 18. He intends to join a law firm with offices in Washington. He says the job just opened and he "had to make a decision this weekend.''
Wind-Fueled Brush Fires Continue To Wreak Havoc On L.I.; NYC, Southern N.J. Also Battling FlamesSeveral major brush fires continued to burn Monday night in the Tri-State Area. Among the most serious is a fire in Suffolk County, where officials spent the evening coordinating efforts with state authorities and the National Guard.
Ex-N.J. Lawmaker Now Heads Community College BoardOfficials cited Joe Malone's long career as an educator and his work in the state assembly, where he served several years as the GOP's ranking member on the Budget Committee.
Officials: 17 Children Injured, 1 Killed In South Jersey School Bus CrashAuthorities say 17 students were injured when a school bus collided with a dump truck, killing the daughter of a state trooper and critically injuring two other children.
Medical Marijuana Group Drops Lawsuit Against NJ Town The Compassionate Care Foundation had sued Westampton shortly after the Burlington County town's Land Development Board voted last month to reject its proposed facility in a vacant warehouse.
Abdulrahim Sulaiman Charged In Alleged Stabbing At NJ Gas StationBurlington County prosecutors say Abdulrahim Sulaiman of Bridgeport, Conn., attacked a 43-year-old fuel delivery driver at a Mansfield gas station around 6 a.m. Friday and attempted to stab an attendant who came to the driver's aid.
Morris County Tops Quality Of Life List In New Jersey SurveyThe results are in from a new survey on the quality of life in the counties of New Jersey.
Thousands Lose Power After Storms Slam Tri-State AreaThousands of people were left without power Saturday after storms slammed parts of the Tri-state area Friday night, knocking down trees and power lines.

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