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23 min ago | The Times of Trenton
Historian Peter Osborne stands in front of the reproduction Durham boats that are used for the annual Christmas reenactment at Washington Crossing Historic Park.
4 hrs ago | UAport
Associated Press Topics: From the Wires, News TRENTON, N.J. - A lawyer for the parents of the 9-year-old girl who accidentally killed an Arizona shooting range instructor with an Uzi says that the family is devastated.
9 hrs ago | The Jersey Journal
At right, an empty space where a plaque has been removed from one end of the crumbing and closed Mercer County Bridge No.
10 hrs ago | The Times of Trenton
Ari Elias, 24, was faces weapons charges after police say he shot at a bicyclist Saturday.
10 hrs ago | The Jersey Journal
Two men were severely beaten in separate incidents in Trenton Saturday. One occurred at Division Street and Cummings Avenue, police said.
10 hrs ago | NJ.com
Marcus Foster, 33, faces drugs charges after a traffic stop on Friday, police said.
12 hrs ago | NJ.com
TRENTON - With a new principal and a new school building, the start of school this month will be full of change for the students at the Daylight/Twilight Alternative High School in Trenton.
Teacher Janice Jones and school director Luz Horta work with children in the Better Beginnings Child Development Smiles class in Hightstown.
Spectators watch the fireworks display at Rider University July 2, 2011, in this file photo.
Pohatcong Mayor James Kern III has announced he would be introducing an amendment to local ordinance 271-39 titled "Traffic Control Signal Monitoring System."
A stuffed passenger pigeon at the Hiram Blauvelt Art Museum in Oradell. September marks the 100th anniversary of the bird's extinction.
Lawrence Township Municipal Building on April 7, 2011. Lawrence is one of 13 towns to receive released housing trust funds totaling $14 million.
From left, Sheila Gallagher-Montone, publisher of The Times; Michael Van Wagner, vice president of public affairs at NJM; Alex Treece, Times-Kiwanis Camp Fund chairman; Patricia Hartpence, assistant vice president at NJM; and Frank H. Galloway III of NJM gather at NJM in West Trenton.
New Jersey's five-year red light camera pilot program is scheduled to come to an end in December 2014.
REDWOOD CITY, California A Filipino Catholic priest in New Jersey is facing sex abuse charges after his August 21 arrest for molesting a teenage boy.
Updated: Tue Sep 02, 2014 08:43 pm
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