The Rev. Michael Fugee was set to be stripped of the priesthood, after revelations that he continued to work with children following a confession that he groped a boy.
The lawsuit filed in Middlesex County against Martell’s Tiki Bar in Point Pleasant Beach says they should have known 26-year old Ashley Chieco of Wood-Ridge was drunk when they kept serving her in mid-August.
The measure picked up steam after learning that officers do not have the right under state law to stop drivers for that third light being out.
Gay rights advocates hailed the bipartisan, 64-32 vote as a historic step although it could prove short-lived.
The mad rush is because the old $50 GED pencil-and-paper tests will be replaced by $100 to $150 computerized tests starting in 2014.
As of Jan. 1, 2014, workers making minimum wage will earn $8.25 an hour, $1 more than they do currently.
The four-day program started Wednesday morning and runs through Saturday at Evangelismos Greek Orthodox Church in Jersey City.
Parents in North Jersey who want to find something positive to do with all the candy their kids received on Halloween have an option to sell it to a dentist.
Totowa dental practice Dental 2000 offers kids $1 per pound for the candy. They will then send all the wrapped candy to the troops currently serving overseas.
Halloween was canceled or postponed last year along the Jersey Shore, so many people still have costumes left over.
On Thursday, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will begin its beach replenishment project that will stretch from Manasquan up to Belmar.
Numerous officers converged on Liberty State Park Friday morning in the search for 43-year-old April Wyckoff’s body.
Mark Spatucci, 22, has been charged with murder, child endangerment, burglary and hindering apprehension in the death of 23-year-old Mary Greff, the Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office said Thursday.
Besides all the new development in Newark that left U.S. Senator-elect Cory Booker will leave behind, the city’s crime problem will also be left for others to tackle.
The state’s highest court ruled unanimously Friday to uphold a lower-court order that gay weddings must start Monday and to deny a delay that was sought by Gov. Chris Christie’s administration.