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Full Story: https:May 17
To tax or not to tax? That's the question fueling the feud among NJ Democrats Ideological divide widens among NJ Gov. Phil Murphy and intra-Party foe, Senate President Steve Sweeney Check out this story on northjersey.com: https://njersy.co/2rMtOVt New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy speaks at the Madison train station about proposals to fix NJ Transit. The gove...May 16
A Woodbridge man was charged Wednesday with vehicular homicide and drunk driving after a fiery crash killed his passenger in Piscataway, authorities said. Tayib Mahmood, 29, was driving a Toyota Camry during the early morning hours of May 6 when he hit a concrete barrier on Stelton Road near Jessie Way and his car caught fire, according to a release Middlese...
The man killed Sunday when the car in which he was a passenger struck a concrete barrier and burst into flames has been identified as a Woodbridge resident. Tahir Jamile, 27, was pronounced dead at the scene on Stelton Road in Piscatway during the "early morning hours" of May 6, according to a release from the Middlesex County Prosecutor's Office.
Full Story: heraldscotlandApril 30
THEY survived defeat at the hands of Cromwell's New Model Army and a forced march south to a brutal confinement which cost the lives of 1,700 of their countrymen. Now fresh light has been shone on the Scottish soldiers who survived the battle of Dunbar, and the lives they carved out for themselves in the New World and beyond.Full Story: njheraldJanuary 01
A Hampton man, accused of sexually assaulting a minor who was five years his junior last summer, has been offered a plea deal that could send him to state prison for four years. Sean V. Pechy, 21, appeared April 30 in state Superior Court in front of Judge William J. McGovern III where he is facing charges of second-degree sexual assault, third-degree endang...
Full Story: njjewishnewsJanuary 01
Jacob Toporek was in high spirits. A day after the executive director of the New Jersey State Association of Jewish Federations met with Gov. Phil Murphy's newly appointed emissary to the Jewish community, Toporek told NJJN he was "very happy to hear" that the proposed 2019 state budget includes a $400,000 appropriation for Holocaust survivor assistance, as...
After five years, Superior Court Judge Carlia M. Brady is free and clear of criminal charges and back on the bench in Middlesex County. But the state Supreme Court's Judicial Conduct Committee says she still needs to be held accountable for hindering the efforts of Woodbridge police to arrest her boyfriend on a robbery charge.