ELIZABETH–How could a book rejected by 26 publishers end up selling 15 million copies and touching people in such a way that it is considered a phenomenon?
MOUNTAINSIDE – New Jerseyans e-filed a record 2.87 million federal income tax returns during 2010 for tax year 2009, up 3.3 percent from last year’s total of 2.78 million e-filers.
DOYLESTOWN, Pa. – Freshman Andrew Kirey scored the final five points of the game, as the Kean University men’s basketball team erased a 15-point second half deficit to defeat host Delaware Valley College, 81-78, in the season-opener on Monday evening.
OLD BRIDGE — Associated Humane Societies/Popcorn Park is offering a $1,000 reward for the return of a German Shepherd/Labrador Retriever mix that might have been stolen from her family’s own Old Bridge backyard.
Here in one of the most densely developed states in America, we still have lots of space for solar panels and other renewable energy facilities. Parking lots, rooftops and reclaimed industrial sites, or “brownfields,” are often ideal locations, since they are close to energy consumers and don’t harm natural resources.
The U.S. government and its corporate allies are looking out for you–literally–with surveillance tools intended to identify you, track your whereabouts, monitor your activities and allow or restrict your access to people, places or things deemed suitable by the government.
TRENTON — Two New Jersey lawmakers are calling for an end to full body scans and pat down requirements for airline passengers.
TRENTON – Legislation Senate Majority Leader Barbara Buono and Senator Diane Allen sponsored to combat harassment, intimidation and bullying among students was today released by a Senate committee.
ELIZABETH — Police have arrested a 17-year-old suspect in connection with the shooting death of a 34-year-old Elizabeth woman, authorities said.