NEW BRUNSWICK — A Perth Amboy man has been sentenced to serve 30 years in prison for fatally beating his wife, whose body was dumped in Virginia two years ago, Middlesex County Prosecutor Bruce J. Kaplan announced today.
LINDEN — Hawk Rise Sanctuary, a 95-acre ecological preserve and wetland complex in Linden, which was carved out of a former landfill through the combined efforts of the Department of Environmental Protection, the city of Linden, and the New Jersey Audubon Society, opened this morning following a special ribbon-cutting ceremony.
LEONIA – A cadre of cute canines stood tall today with motor vehicle officials and state Humane Law Enforcement Officers in urging motorists to not let their driving habits “go to the dogs” by properly restraining their pets in moving cars or face stiff fines, penalties and danger.
TRENTON — The compensation paid to New Jersey’s community college presidents varies greatly from one institution to the next, with several colleges paying their president more than $300,000 a year, according to a report released today by the Office of the State Comptroller (OSC).
TRENTON – Last week, the Assembly approved a bill that would eliminate New Jersey’s 72-hour waiting period to receive a marriage license and streamline residency requirements. The bill’s sponsors believe the legislation would provide a boost to New Jersey’s wedding industry by making it easier for out-of-state residents to plan weddings at the state’s tourist destinations.
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NEWARK – The leader of the Fruit Town and Brick City Brims set of the Bloods street gang was sentenced Tuesday to 188 months in prison for conspiring to distribute narcotics in Paterson and Newark, U.S. Attorney Paul J. Fishman announced.
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