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Woodbridge man pleads guilty to performing unlicensed asbestos...
A Woodbridge man has pleaded guilty to charges connected with asbestos work his unlicensed business performed at schools in Edison and Hunterdon County, as well as a day-care center in Union County where hazardous asbestos and dust were released into the air.
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4 hrs ago
Vito Mazza salon in Woodbridge receives national honor
Vito Mazza Jr., president of Vito Mazza Salon & Spa, and some of his staff, flew to Hollywood last month to attend the third annual Beautymaker Awards in Los Angeles.
9 hrs ago
Woman dies after getting hit by car on Route 1 in Edison
A 45-year-old woman was struck and killed by a car early Monday morning at the intersection of Route 1 South and Old Post Road North, near Boston Market, township police Lt.
9 hrs ago
The Jersey Journal
FBI: Suspect wanted in 5 NJ bank robberies strikes again in Woodbridge
WOODBRIDGE - A man wanted in connection with five New Jersey bank heists robbed another bank over the weekend, according to the FBI.
16 hrs ago
March 13 fundraiser focuses on future of South Plainfield Catholic school
Donna Shammo believes in Catholic education. "We want to keep this kind of education available to all families," said Shammo, a board trustee at Holy Savior Academy.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
The Jersey Journal
NJ potato restaurant eyes a global expansion
Manager Amy Kuchma and employee Eric Grullon wait on customers at the flagship Potatopia kiosk at Menlo Park Mall in Edison.
World's largest billiards expo set for March 13-16 in Edison, NJ
The Super Billiards Exposition is the world's largest of its kind, and is entering its 21st year as an annual mecca for billiard equipment, players, sponsors, and events.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Religion News Service
N.Y. man pleads guilty in scheme with rabbis to violently extort divorce
TRENTON, N.J. A New York man admitted in federal court Thursday to visiting New Jersey last year to violently coerce a Jewish man into giving his wife a religious divorce, the U.S. Attorney's Office announced.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
The sounds of music will fill South Plainfield HS
The 45th annual District Music Festival will take place Thursday at South Plainfield High School, 200 Lake St., in three short segments.
Middlesex County frame shop marks 5 years in business
Art & Frame Express, creates custom frames for art, documents, heirlooms, photographs, keepsakes and almost anything that can be framed.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Edison cop disciplined for idling during Super Bowl
A township police sergeant has been disciplined for keeping his patrol car idling in his driveway for more than two hours during the Super Bowl, the Internal Affairs Unit reported.
Member of Cville Fake ID Ring Pleads Guilty to Conspiracy to Commit ID Fraud
A New Jersey man, and the fourth member of a Charlottesville-based fake identification ring, pled guilty this morning in the United States District Court for the Western District of Virginia in Charlottesville.
NJ man pleads guilty in Va. fake ID conspiracy
A fourth person has pleaded guilty for his role in a Virginia-based operation that sold fake driver's licenses to thousands of college students and others across the country.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Woodbridge teacher charged with stealing Project Graduation funds
A former Colonia High School teacher has been arrested on theft by deception charges for allegedly stealing nearly $2,000 in Project Graduation funds to purchase a shed.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
The Jersey Journal
FBI: Man who held up Edison bank committed four other bank robberies
NEWARK - A man who robbed a PNC Bank on Oak Tree Road in Edison on Saturday is responsible for four other bank robberies in Elizabeth, North Plainfield and Fanwood, according to the FBI.
Sun Mar 02, 2014
Inman Grove Subway in Edison reports Flatizzas a big hit
For a limited time, Subway is offering " Flatizzas ," a different type of personal-sized pizza that is being advertised as "crispy, cheesy and totally edgy."
New Jersey State Police
Troopers Arrest Elizabeth Music Teacher for the Distribution of Child Pornography
An investigation by the New Jersey State Police Digital Technology Investigations Unit, Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force has led to arrest of a music teacher from Elizabeth for downloading and sharing child pornography from his home computer.
Tri-State Pavement Products in Edison sells thousands of bags of salt ahead of Sunday's winter storm
Some local businesses have been busy stocking up on snow essentials ahead of the impending snowstorm, and say they're ready to handle even more.
NYU Student Wins Poetry Book Contest
The Medulla Review Publishing, an independent small press located in the Greater Boston area announces the release of Moumita Basuroychowdhury's poetry book, "Live Nude."