New Jersey

76-Year-Old Man Severely Beaten In Robbery At NJ Casino, Police SayThe New York man was trying to enter his hotel room when he was pushed inside by two men wearing ski masks.
Charges Dropped For NJ Woman Who Took In Abandoned SquirrelsMaria Vaccarella, of Howell, had faced up to $500 in fines after she took in a pair of baby squirrels abandoned by their mother.
NJ Lawmaker: Fine Snow Plow Operators Who Block Disabled Parking SpotsThe bill will impose fines for those who plow snow on designated access areas designed to provide access to people with disabilities.
NJ TRANSIT Bans Hoverboards On Trains, Light RailNJ TRANSIT has announced a system-wide ban of hoverboards on trains, light rail and Access Link vehicles, effective on Wednesday.
Paterson Teen Caught On Video Sucker Punching Man Surrenders To PoliceThe alleged assailant in the unprovoked attack of an elderly man that was captured on video has turned himself in to authorities.
NJ Lawmakers Call For Water System Legislation In Wake Of Flint CrisisNew Jersey's water system could receive a boost under proposed legislation set to be introduced in Washington this week.
Widow Emotional At Funeral For Crane Collapse VictimThe funeral for Wichs was held at the Congregation Kehilath Jerhurun on East 85th Street Sunday morning.
Christie In Support Of Zika Quarantine For Summer Olympics TravelersChris Christie said he would quarantine Americans returning from Brazil after the summer Olympics to keep the country safe from the spread of the Zika virus.
NJ Democrats Want To Raise Minimum Wage To $15 An HourThe minimum wage in New Jersey is currently $8.38 an hour, or just over $17,400 a year for a full-time employee.
Advocate: Lead Levels Worse For Some NJ Kids Than Flint ChildrenThe numbers are coming to light on the heels of the water crisis in Flint, Michigan, which has made headlines across the country.
NJ TRANSIT Workers May Strike March 12 If Agreement Isn't ReachedThe last time NJ Transit workers went on strike was in 1983.
Former Mayor Finds 71-Year Overdue Library Book In NJ HomeFormer Bound Brook mayor Frank Ryan says it's been years since he took out a library book and as he recently found out, it's been decades since he returned one.

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