PERTH AMBOY – A Kentucky man recently unearthed a World War I-era medal when cleaning up storm debris on his farm, according to a WKYT report.
TRENTON – Former Elizabeth Board of Education member John Donoso, Board Attorney Kirk Nelson, and outside board counsel Frank Capece were charged Tuesday with covering up a false application filed by Donoso’s wife for the federally funded free lunch program, Attorney General Jeffrey S. Chiesa announced. The wife, Olga Oviedo-Arevalo, was charged with filing several false applications as a result of an investigation by the Division of Criminal Justice and the New Jersey State Police.
TOTOWA — On Tuesday evening, state trooper Erik Tapia pulled his troop car up to his personal vehicle in the parking lot of the Totowa Barracks to prepare for a night on patrol, but he didn’t have to wait for his first official act of the evening. The strong odor of marijuana reached him from several cars away in the same parking lot.
LINDEN – Police arrested a 49-year-old Bayonne man who allegedly tried to sell a Parlin man his own boat via Craigslist.
TRENTON – Legislation Assembly Democrats Peter Barnes and Troy Singleton sponsored to repeal provisions of state law that are no longer relevant and eliminate unneeded state commissions and boards were released Thursday by an Assembly panel.
A recent survey of senior IT executives in Great Britain suggests that the telephone’s days on office desks are numbered.
SPRINGFIELD, Tenn. — Joe Baker, a Tennessee inmate who has been incarcerated for more than 24 years, has developed a website where offenders can apologize to their victims online in a non-intrusive way.
NATIONAL — The number of Americans who do not identify with any religion continues to grow at a rapid pace. One-fifth of the U.S. public – and a third of adults under 30 – are religiously unaffiliated, the highest percentages ever…