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Judge approves sale of St. Mary's Hospital in Passaic

Sister Maureen Dunne, who has been a board member at St. Mary's Hospital on and off for 12 years, is all smiles, after the judge's decision.


Related Topix: Passaic, NJ, Paterson, NJ, Wallington, NJ

Wed Jul 23, 2014

CBS Local

New Jersey Nursing Home Workers Threaten Strike

Health care workers in four nursing homes in Hudson and Bergen counties in New Jersey said Wednesday that they are ready to strike if a deal cannot be reached.


Asbury Park Press

Gas utility will spend $102.5M on improvementsGas utility will spend...

Gas utility will spend $102.5M on improvements New Jersey Natural Gas' infrastructure project will mitigate damage from severe storms.


Related Topix: Weather, Bay Head, NJ, Mantoloking, NJ, Ocean County, NJ, Monmouth County, NJ

WKXW-FM Trenton

New Jersey's 'brain drain' continues - will you be coming back?

I remember talking about this problem years ago, and the problem persists. Our best and brightest prove yet again why they're the brightest.


Related Topix: New Jersey Government

The Village Voice

Get Your Tickets to Louro's Sun Noodle Dinner Before They're Gone

Before he presided over Louro , David Santos made a name for himself with his Nossa Mesa Supper Club, a quirky, ever-changing prix fixe that allowed him to experiment with global cuisine and wacky dishes and expand his creative horizons.


Related Topix: Life, Sushi, Japanese Cuisine, Food

Asbury Park Press

Chris Christie in Colorado for Beauprez and RGA

It's Wednesday, July 23rd, 2014 -- 105 days until Election Day. Here's a bit of what's going on in New Jersey state politics ... Gov. Chris Christie hits the campaign trail in Colorado, where he'll endure the reduced quality of life for the next two days.


Related Topix: US Politics, Bob Beauprez, US News, Republican, US House of Representatives, Chris Christie, US Governors, Sea Girt, NJ, Denville, NJ, Mountain Lakes, NJ

More New Jerseyans in the dark about Common Core standards, poll finds

Many New Jerseyans haven't heard of the Common Core, the curriculum standards that have been adopted by New Jersey and 38 other states, but a majority of those who know something about the topic say they disapprove of them.


Related Topix: New Jersey Government, Fairleigh Dickinson University

Courier News

The flavor possibilities for gelato are endlessThe flavor...

The flavor possibilities for gelato are endless New Jersey's artisan gelato makers gets tips from the Italians on how to make great frozen treats.


Related Topix: Europe, Italy, World News, Life, Food, Dining, Cake, Baked Goods, Dessert, Rahway, NJ, Ice Cream

Tue Jul 22, 2014

The West Milford Messenger

Fall Adult Acting Workshop & Conservatory of Dance Classes

CSC is committed to providing affordable quality performing arts education to the Northwest New Jersey Skylands region.


Related Topix: Arts, Dance, DePaul University, University of South Carolina, Kean University, Entertainment

JD Supra

New Jersey Employment Posters Updated, Yet Again

The New Jersey Division on Civil Rights just modified its Discrimination in Employment poster, which all New Jersey employers are required to display.



Hunt on for large, exotic snake in New Jersey lake

Traps have been set amid reports of a large exotic snake that animal control officers and a private reptile expert have been hunting for in New Jersey's Lake Hopatcong .


Related Topix: New Jersey Government, Lake Hopatcong, NJ, Hopatcong, NJ

Union County Mourns the Passing of Sheriff Ralph Froehlich

It is with great sorrow that the Union County Board of Chosen Freeholders announces the passing of Union County Sheriff Ralph G. Froehlich late last night on Sunday, July 20. The longest-serving sheriff in New Jersey history, Sheriff Froehlich was noted for his passion to serve, exemplified by his work with children, youths, and seniors.


Related Topix: Union County, NJ, Freehold, NJ, Elizabeth, NJ, Prison, Terrorism

Starting new lives in Israel, danger and all

The rockets from Gaza have been unrelenting since an Egyptian-led cease-fire was rejected by Hamas last week, but that did not deter some 228 North Americans - including 22 New Jerseyans - from boarding a plane Monday to begin new lives in Israel.


Related Topix: Israel, Middle East, World News

New Jersey Herald

Car, cycle show benefits legion

Photo by Warren Westura/New Jersey Herald - Mia Perna, 16 months old, of Franklin, gets a close-up look at the "48 Hours" winning Dodge Challenger on display at the Car and Motorcycle Show presented by the American Legion Riders, Post 157, in Branchville.


Related Topix: Branchville, NJ, Lake Hopatcong, NJ, Hopatcong, NJ, Netcong, NJ

Mon Jul 21, 2014


New Jersey Communities Build Coalition to Track Abandoned Properties

The residents of Camden County in New Jersey, across the Delaware River from Philadelphia, banded together to catalog the abandoned properties in their neighborhoods, where the problem of abandoned, or "zombie" properties, is growing.


Related Topix: Camden County, NJ, Collingswood, NJ, Audubon, NJ, Haddonfield, NJ

Best American boardwalks for food? Seven are in New Jersey

The Munchmobile crew orders slices from 3 Brothers Pizza in Seaside Heights during their recent tour of Jersey's best boardwalk food.


Related Topix: Seaside Heights, NJ, Ocean City, NJ, Atlantic City, NJ, Asbury Park, NJ, Keansburg, NJ

KLIQ-FM Hastings

Disease-Carrying Mosquitoes Are Biting into Summer Fun

You've probably heard of the West Nile virus -- a rare but deadly infection transmitted by mosquitoes.


Related Topix: West Nile Virus, Health, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Illinois, New Jersey Government

Level 2 sex offender facing new charges - and possible 50-year...

SPRINGFIELD - A registered sex offender from Williamstown is facing new charges after persuading a 16-year old boy to fly from Florida to New Jersey for a sexual encounter, according to federal prosecutors.


The Triangle

Drexel biologists track New Jersey pine snake

Drexel University biologists are collaborating in an effort to save northern pine snakes from extinction using military technology.


Related Topix: New Jersey Government, Drexel University, Genetics, Pine Barrens (Pinelands), NJ

New Jersey Domestic Partners Lose Estate Benefit By Not Registering

The record in the New Jersey Tax Court in the case of the Estate of Marie P. Frappoli does not indicate what the reason was that influenced Ms.


Related Topix: New Jersey Government


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