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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.
TRENTON - A former police sergeant, who resigned as part of a deal to avoid prosecution, is still on the public payroll while collecting his Trenton Police Department pension.
TRENTON, N.J. - An attorney for Tracy Morgan says the former "Saturday Night Live" actor is having a tough time recovering from a June accident on the New Jersey Turnpike that left a fellow comedian dead.
Brian Watkins, 50, of Trenton, Ricqui Watkins, of Willingboro, and Leroy McKnight were among the four arrested Thursday after a raid on a Trenton house Thursday.
Terrance Patterson was indicted on first-degree murder charges in the 2013 shooting death of a Trenton woman.
TRENTON - With state approval to move forward, Trenton council is scheduled to vote Thursday to award a $20,000 contract to a New Jersey law firm that shared leadership with a political action committee that contributed to Mayor Eric Jackson's election campaign.
TRENTON -- A lengthy police chase through Trenton streets Thursday evening involving a car stolen in a car jacking earlier in the day ended with two arrests, police said today A 23-year-old Trenton resident had just parked and locked his red, 2010 Nissan Pathfinder on the 700 block of Adeline Street at 4:03 p.m. when a man pushed him down to the ... (more)
TRENTON - A local nonprofit is clawing away at the issue of thousands of stray cats roaming the city's streets and alleyways - one carload at a time.
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