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2 hrs ago | The Jersey Journal
Crime Stoppers of Union County Inc. is hosting a golf outing fundraiser on Monday, Sept.
6 hrs ago | The Jersey Journal
Six of Roselle Park's resident, Leona M Seufert's digital montages are included in Art & Soul Galleries' "World Trade Center: Before, During and Since 9/11" commemorative group exhibit of photography, paintings, and poetry.
10 hrs ago | The Jersey Journal
An Elizabeth man already in jail on gun offenses has been charged with this month's fatal shooting of a Jersey City man on Kennedy Boulevard between Oxford and Lexington avenues, officials said.
13 hrs ago | New Jersey Jewish News
The crime and arrest reports below were provided by the Red Bank Police Department for the period of August 7 to August 14, 2014.
Mayor Christian Bollwage said an ordinance enacting the ban will be considered by the city council with the goal of protecting city residents.
August 2014, UNION, NJ - Laura Margeotes has joined The Gateway Family YMCA as the School Age Child Care and Camp Director at the Five Points Branch, located at 201 Tucker Avenue in Union, NJ.
Authorities said a 35-year-old Plainfield man who was found with 16 ounces of heroin has pleaded guilty in Superior Court in Elizabeth.
Maryvel Gutierrez, a person with disabilities, learns about the Jamestown Settlement in history class at the Academy of Continuing Education of Community Access Unlimited.
Ben Jonson, Shakespeare's great contemporary, is well remembered and frequently performed in England, but he's only a name-if that-to the average American theatergoer.
ELIZABETH - While being Held in solitary confinement at Jersey State Prison in Avenel, Lester Alford, a convicted murderer, wrote and filed a lawsuit in 2009 claiming his conditions amounted to cruel and unusual punishment.
A Drug Enforcement Administration agent stands outside the Rossmore Pharmacy at 338 Washington Ave. in Belleville on Wednesday, Aug. 13. A judge has set bail at a $100,000 unsecured bond for a Belleville pharmacy owner accused of supplying a drug-trafficking ring with oxycodone.
Playing the percentages is a proven baseball strategy, whether looking at pitcher/batter matchups, calling for an intentional walk or determining the batting order.
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