8 hrs ago
Edison police officer who allegedly torched captain's home freed on $2 million cash bail
Edison police officer Michael Dotro, seen here during a court appearance in May, is charged with five counts of attempted murder for allegedly setting his captain's house on fire.
13 hrs ago
Suspended Middlesex County judge pleads not guilty to charge of hindering apprehension
The suspended Middlesex County Superior Court judge accused of hindering the apprehension of a robbery suspect plans to fight the charge, her attorney said in court Wednesday.
15 hrs ago
Police Blotter for June 20, 2013
April and May. On June 12, 2013, Sgt. Joseph E. Jankowski met with the sister/guardian of a victim, who reported that an unknown person was using the victim's ATM card to steal money from his savings account.
19 hrs ago
New Brunswickers split over shale gas, poll finds
New Brunswick residents are split on the importance of shale gas development to the province's economic future, according to a new survey by Corporate Research Associates.
Tue Jun 18, 2013
Board of Ed. Appoints New Principal, 2 Assistant Principals
One new principal and two assistant principals were appointed to lead three Livingston schools Monday by the Board of Education.
New Brunswick health minister says catastrophic drug plan on the way
New Brunswick's health minister says he expects to begin rolling out parts of a catastrophic drug program as early as this fall.
EI reforms opposed in Atlantic Canada, poll finds
When asked about the requirement that claimants must accept jobs within an hour's commute of their homes, 56 per cent opposed the change.
Mon Jun 17, 2013
Civil disobedience last resort for shale gas protesters
John Bennett, executive director of the Sierra Club of Canada, says government and industry have left citizens opposed to shale gas development with no choice but civil disobedience.
The Week Ahead in South Brunswick
Monday Mars Rover Talk, South Brunswick Public Library , 110 Kingston Ln, Monmouth Junction, 7 p.m. Mike Buttitta, an authority in Technology and Engineering Education and a STEM Teacher at the Linwood Middle School in North Brunswick, NJ will present another interesting program on space exploration.
Sun Jun 16, 2013
Honoring extra-special fathers
With deep dimples that frame a huge smile, 10-year-old Elizabeth Barnett knows her dad is extra special.
Sat Jun 15, 2013
The Jersey Journal
Wardlaw-Hartridge fifth graders move up to middle school
Fifth grade students at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School moved up to Middle School during the Fifth Grade Moving Up Ceremony on Wednesday, June 12 in the All Purpose Room.
Fri Jun 14, 2013
New Brunswickers planning earlier to leave for jobs
Many New Brunswick high school students are already planning to leave the province to find employment opportunities, according to a University of New Brunswick researcher.
Thu Jun 13, 2013
Wed Jun 12, 2013
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BioNJ Partners with New Jersey Labor Department to Kick Off Life Sciences Week June 17 through 21
BioNJ, the trade association for New Jersey's biotechnology community, is pleased to announce that the week of June 17th through the 21st has been designated New Jersey Life Sciences Week in New Jersey.
Ex-Scout Master Charged With Possession of Child Pornography Enrolled ...
An East Brusnwick assistant Boy Scout Master charged with possession of child pornography last year is enrolled in a pre-trial intervention program, according to documents obtained from the Middlesex County Prosecutor's Office.
Thanks to community from Sabella family
Joseph Sabella, my brother, who was killed in Korea, July 18, 1952, and to honor all the men and women who gave their all for our freedom.
Tue Jun 11, 2013
N.B. government 'lags' behind public in bilingualism support
The commissioner of official languages says the Alward government is still not doing enough to preserve the vitality of the French language in the province.
Mon Jun 10, 2013
Shale gas could mean $13M in development per well, study says
A new study on shale gas in New Brunswick shows the industry could generate $13 million in development opportunity per well.
The Jersey Journal
North Brunswick pair accused of stealing two guitars from Hillsborough
Carly Andrahovitch, 27, and Anthony Borelli, 33, both of North Brunswick, are facing burglary and theft charges after allegedly stealing two guitars on May 31 from a Hillsborough home, according to court documents.
The Jersey Journal
Man hiding in basement clothes dryer was stealing copper pipe, cops say
Police said they found Kelly Hunter of North Brunswick hiding inside a clothes dryer inside the home of a basement, which was being stripped of its copper pipe.