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Gov. Christie Pardons Man With Drug Abuse History For 1972 CrimeChristie took a step in an effort to end the stigma of drug addiction by pardoning a Philadelphia man with a history of drug use for crimes committed in NJ more than 40 years ago.
Bratton Says Don't Be Afraid, Come To The ParadeAs many as 3.5 million people could turn out for the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade on Thursday thanks to the pleasant weather forecast.
Second Water Main Break Delays Full Water Restoration In HobokenHoboken residents can't catch a break from water main breaks. Standing water could still be seen in the street Monday, more than 24 hours after the first break.
New Jersey Senators To Congress: Extend Zadroga Act PermanentlyIf nothing is done, the law, which covers 30,000 people, will completely expire in late 2016.
Menendez: Visa Waivers A Bigger Threat To U.S. Than Syrian RefugeesNew Jersey Sen. Robert Mendendez says he won't back a bill passed by the House last week aimed at tightening controls of refugees coming from Syria and Iraq.
Convicted Spy Pollard Checks In With Feds In NYC Following Release From Prison After 30 YearsConvicted spy Jonathan Pollard checked in at a federal probation office in New York City Friday following his release from prison in North Carolina.
State, East Ramapo School District And Yeshivas Sued Over Lack Of Courses For BoysLaura Barbieri, of Advocates of Justice, said parents should never have to choose between religion and their children receiving a good education.
Honeywell Cuts Ribbon On New Morris Plains HeadquartersThe 475,000-square-foot building on 40 acres in Morris Plains features state-of-the-art technology and greater energy efficiency than Honeywell's former campus in Morris Township.
9 Companies, 44 People Indicted In NY Heating Oil Fraud CaseThe authorities say that for nine years the defendants shorted oil deliveries but charged customers full price.
Menendez: Federal Proposal Would Make IRS Phone Scams EasierMenendez noted that scammers have increasingly been calling claiming to be the Internal Revenue Service and threatening legal action, fines, jail time and even deportation if payments are not promptly made.
Plainfield, N.J. Shooting Leaves Man Dead, Woman And 6-Year-Old Girl WoundedBullets flew in a Plainfield, New Jersey neighborhood Friday afternoon, leaving one person dead and two others – including a 6-year-old – wounded.
FEMA Slow To Review Claims Of Underpayment By Sandy VictimsFewer than 200 checks have been issued for an average of $15,000.
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