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Princeton Seminary Students Want School to Pay Reparations for Slavery
Students at Princeton Theological Seminary have gotten more than 400 signatures on a petition calling on their school to make amends for its historical ties to slavery.
Immigrant Fugitives Wanted on Murder, Violent Charges Found in NJ
Immigration authorities recently deported two men from New Jersey who had been wanted in their home countries on charges of violent crimes.
‘Go Back to Your F—— Country!’ NJ School Worker Rages Against Muslim
A Jersey City public school worker was caught on video in an angry street tirade while the potty-mouth public servant's 8-year-old daughter watched and listened.
NJ Karate Instructor Guilty of Raping 9-year-old Girl
A former assistant instructor at a Passaic County karate dojo was convicted last week of raping a 9-year-old girl.
Feds seize million pounds of pork smuggled to NJ from China
Federal authorities at a New Jersey port seized a million pounds of pork that was being smuggled into the country from China.
Man, 79, charged after telling 911 that he found his wife shot
A 79-year-old man is facing criminal charges after telling police that he found his wife with a gunshot wound.
It’s official: Measles outbreak returns to Lakewood
Two months after an outbreak was declared over, the measles have returned to Ocean County.
NJ mom learns freed sex offender was raping daughter, cops say
The East Orange man has a history of sex crimes.
Ex-prosecutor Says Ocean County Drug Recovery Was Corrupt
A program to give drug addicts in Ocean County a second chance may in fact have been shaking them down, according to a former state prosecutor.
NJ Sues ExxonMobil Again: 12+ Acres Contaminated in Gloucester County
State officials have filed a new environmental lawsuit against ExxonMobil, this time faulting the oil company for pollution that is spreading from its 12-acre property in Gloucester County.