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There's hardly ever fame in it. There's even less money. But they still pack into their little cars and travel for miles to audition for the Ringling Brothers' Clown College.
Friends and family mourn at the funeral of Kenneth Santillan, a 13-year-old Paterson boy who was mauled to death by a bull mastiff that many neighbors said was treated poorly.
Former Newark Mayor Sharpe James held a small book signing event earlier this afternoon at a Jersey City library for his memoir, "Political Prisoner."
The circus is in town in Newark, and so are animal rights activists protesting Ringling Brothers' treatment of their exotic performers.
She became the boss of buses and trains on March 1 and since then, NJ Transit's new executive director, Veronique Hakim, has been on the road herself, talking to commuters about what irks them about their daily ride.
Ten New Jersey high school students showcased the power of poetry Friday, finding the humor and heartbreak, the rhythm and melody in 29 works they recited from memory at the New Jersey Poetry Out Loud State Finals.
If you've ever been anywhere near a community playhouse, church basement or school auditorium, you probably need no introduction to "The Music Man," the golden-age Broadway evergreen with book, music and lyrics by Meredith Willson.
The widow of an attorney who was fatally shot during a carjacking at an upscale New Jersey mall is suing the mall owners and a first aid squad.
Twin Brother Pharmacists Each Sentenced to 42 Months in Prison for Defrauding Patients and Insurance Companies of $1.5 Million MAR 14 Carl J. Kotowski, Special Agent in Charge of the Drug Enforcement Administration's New Jersey Division, and Paul J. Fishman, the United States Attorney for the District of New Jersey announced two pharmacists twin ... (more)
In this file photo, students walk through Rutgers-Newark's campus. The campus will be expanding security alerts to students to include crimes in train stations, mass transit hubs and other parts of Newark frequented by students.
State Senators Sam Thompson and Ron Rice started an online petition to urge an investigation into the Newark Watershed.
Venice is a romantic land where some tourists and Venetians take rides on gondolas.
The New Jersey chapter of the American Institute of Architects today announced that Justin A. Mihalik will serve as the organization's 2014 first vice president.
Nicholas Welch jots down notes during testimony in his murder trial in Newark. Welch is accused of firing into a crowded off-campus fraternity party in East Orange in 2010, killing a Seton Hall University sophomore.