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Dan Haggerty III and United States Tennis Association CEO, Chairman, and President Dave Haggerty posed by a photo of their father after a NJTL of Trenton groundbreaking ceremony for the Dan Haggerty Jr. Pavilion at the Junior Champions Tennis Center at Cadwalader Park in Trenton on Wednesday, December 4, 2013.
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7 hrs ago | The Jersey Journal
11 hrs ago | NJ.com
A Camden business curfew mandating that businesses within 200 feet of a residential zone close by 11 p.m. on weekdays and midnight on weekends has been put on hold following a legal challenge by 7-Eleven.
15 hrs ago | NJ.com
The New Jersey Legislature must find a long-term solution to funding the open space program.
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TRENTON - A shooting call led to a police chase and a car crash in the city's Wilbur section tonight, police said.
The back of the Trenton owned Lafayette Yard Hotel and Conference Center on Monday, November 25, 2013, the day the hotel was sold at auction for $6 million to Edison Broadcasting, a New York-based media company that owns several television and radio stations.
Hundreds of thousands of people who attended concerts at a New Jersey amphitheater over eight years would get free tickets and discount coupons under a preliminary court settlement reached with promoter Live Nation.
Depomed's patent-infringement case against Purdue Pharma can't be split into two phases, a federal judge in Trenton, N.J., ruled.
Democrat Steve Sweeney says he will answer at least five questions from the public every Thursday.
Steroid testing among student-athletes has been allowed for years in New Jersey, but legislation advancing in Trenton would make the process perfectly legal for years to come.
TRENTON - Workers at New Jersey State Prison today were able to extinguish a small fire before city fire crews arrived on scene, battalion chief Todd Fell said.
TRENTON - Police are trying to determine whether an 18-year-old city man shot in the foot Sunday night wounded himself by accident or was the victim of a shooting.
File photo of 302 West State Street in Trenton at the corner of Calhoun St. on the morning of Monday, September 23, 2013, the day of a press conference by Trenton mayor Tony Mack speaks before demolition began on the Glen Cairn Arms complex on the opposite corner.
Quaadir Gurley, left, in a 2009 mugshot. Gurley was shot to death early Sunday in a murder police are investigating as possibly connected to a series of shootings between rival factions including one on Sanhican Drive in February .
A Princeton University Department of Public Safety vehicle is parked on campus near Blair Hall in a file photo.