Sunday Nov 17
East Brunswick residents, victims of continual flooding, want state to buy homes
Severe flooding from the South River that follows every storm has made the past five years a financial and emotional struggle for the owners who want answers about whether their properties would be available for buyouts along with other properties damaged in October 2012's Superstorm Sandy.
The Jersey Journal
Jamesburg superintendent and principal to resign in June
JAMESBURG - Superintendent and Principal of Grace M. Breckwedel Middle School Dr. Gail Verona will resign in June, according to the Cranbury Press .
The Newark Star-Ledger
Halpers and the longest-running eminent domain case in the New Jersey's history.
The Halper's Jeremy Halper of Edison along Heather Polick of Jamesburg, Cheryl Halper of Piscataway and Mark Halper and Ruby Erkkila Readington of Readington standing beside the 75-acre Piscataway farm that was taken by the state by eminent domain in 1998.
Priest accused of sexual misconduct remains out of ministry
The pastor of a Jamesburg-based parish will remain out of ministry until an alleged claim of sexual misconduct is resolved, according to the Diocese of Metuchen.
Clarks Hometown News Patriot
Report: Middlesex County Priest Barred From Ministry After Sex Abuse Allegation
The Catholic Church has indefinitely barred the pastor of a Jamesburg church from the ministry following an accusation that he sexually abused a developmentally disabled man in the 1990s, according to a Star-Ledger report .
Police search for Spotswood man missing since Sunday
Police are searching for a local man missing since Sunday, Spotswood Detective Ed Schapley said Wednesday.