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The first time the Front Bottoms played Maxwell’s, only a few people showed up. The next time, the Bergen County duo of Brian Sella and Matt Uychich found themselves showcasing for Glenn Morrow, the owner of Bar/None Records, in front of a noisy
Do you blame President Obama for recent administration controversies? What scandals? At least when it comes to his approval rating, U.S. President Barack Obama’s numbers haven’t taken a dip from the Internal Revenue Service, Associated
Officers handed out 29,307 seat belt citations last year
On the campaign trail, Mayor Jerramiah Healy often touted his stance against gunts, but Mayor-elect Steve Fulop has rarely discussed the issue at length.
The New Jersey lottery said they had not yet been contacted by the ticket-holder.
Rutgers graduates largest class in its history; Degrees conferred on 14,000 in the rain | NJ.com www.nj.com
The steady rain helped keep many graduates from attending the colorful ceremony at High Point Solutions Stadium on the Piscataway campus.
Despite rain, dozens of ArtAmmo volunteers lay down for chalk outlines to call for gun control
Misty, a pit bull terrier, who barely survived being used as bait to train fighting dogs was left on a street corner in Brooklyn earlier this month
An explosion of gun violence has rocked Jersey City over the past week or so, seeming to culminate Friday night with the killing of a 12-year-old who was bouncing a basketball with his dad. The victims of this gun play, which has so far left several peopl
Six months out from the Oct. 29 storm, the industry’s closure rate looks impressive: 95 percent of New Jersey’s Sandy claims had been closed. But a Star-Ledger review of state data shows that nearly one out of every four closed claims
The Tour of Somerville Cycling Series, presented by Middle Earth, offers fun and excitement for the entire family. While spectators can see cyclists reach speeds of up to 40mph through the streets of Somerset County, they will also be able to enjoy a wide
Manager Joe Girardi indicated Chamberlain would likely have two appearances first.
Local inkers talk trends and trade in Manhattan
The DEP program honors businesses that go “above and beyond regulatory requirements” to protect and enhance the state’s environment, the agency said.
A rebellious goat caused a car accident and traffic jumble this morning on the Pulaski Skyway, Jersey City Police Capt. Edgar Martinez said. A four-car accident at around 7 a.m. put traffic in the northbound lane at a total standstill and the go
Priest's return to ministry after sex-abuse confession draws new scrutiny, criticism | NJ.com www.nj.com
The decision to return the Rev. Michael Fugee to ministry several years ago has come under new assault in the wake of revelations he violated a ban on ministry to children