Six people who tried to disrupt a town hall meeting hosted by New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie were ejected from the building in what became the governor’s most raucous community gathering in the weeks since his administration became ensnared in a political payback scandal.
On Wednesday Christie was in Paramus – a key campaign district for Republicans – to meet with retirees to talk about their property taxes.
More than $10 million in state funds were cleared Monday to protect New Jersey’s historical assets, including President Grover Cleveland’s birthplace.
Passengers aboard a double-decker bus got quite a scare Saturday when some geese crashed into the vehicle as it traveled on the New Jersey Turnpike.