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Weather interrupts schools again

Delayed starting times for some school districts and a few closures have been announced in anticipation of the latest winter storm. Another storm bearing down on New Jersey prompted the National Weather Service to issue a winter weather advisory for…

Pulaski Skyway closing for 2 years

STATE — Beginning April 12, the northbound travel lanes on the Route 1&9 Pulaski Skyway will be closed for approximately 24 months while the New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) rehabilitates the bridge deck. The Pulaski Skyway accommodates four travel…

NJDOT launches statewide pothole repair campaign

STATE — Severe winter weather has produced extraordinarily high numbers of potholes on state highways, creating hazardous conditions for motorists.  To deal with potholes in the most aggressive and efficient manner, the state Department of Transportation will be allowing crews…

29 charged in stolen car ring

STATE — Twenty-nine men were charged in the takedown of a major international carjacking and stolen car trafficking ring that stole luxury cars in New Jersey and New York and shipped them to West Africa, where they can sell for…

Become a New Jersey State Trooper

STATE — Acting Attorney General John J. Hoffman and State Police Superintendent Colonel Joseph R. Fuentes announced the dates for the opening of the New Jersey State Police application process. Applications will be accepted online from April 21st through May…

Gangs & Drugs discussion at the Hamilton Stage

RAHWAY — The Police Department & the Rahway Municipal Alliance will host a free educational seminar on drug abuse trends and gang awareness, March 11, at the Hamilton Stage, from 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Guest speakers from the Office…

Mravlag scholars honored

Victor Mravlag School No. 21 held a Scholar Awards Ceremony on Friday, Feb. 28 congratulating students who were honored for various achievements.   Please upgrade your browser

Two cops plead guilty in no-show job scandal

ELIZABETH — A no-show job scandal that allowed city police to garner wages from the federally-funded Elizabeth Housing Authority without actually working their assigned shifts is ending with just two cops pleading guilty to third-degree theft charges. According to published…