Fresh After Re-election, Murphy Pushes More Gun Restrictions in NJ
State Sen. Mike Testa, R-Cumberland, said “clearly, the timing is intended to further tighten gun restrictions on law-abiding residents as quickly as possible, giving opponents little to no time to be heard."
NJ School Admins Want Remote Option for Some Snow Days — Not All
To have the option, not an outright requirement, to switch to remote learning when the buses can't run, is what an NJASA committee is working on presenting to legislators come January.
Prosecutor: Eight from NJ Indicted on Charges for Child Sex Abuse Materials
Authorities say two more people from New Jersey, which brings the total to eight, have been indicted on charges involving the distribution and/or possession of child sexual abuse materials.
Taylor Swift Breaks Don McLean ‘American Pie’ Record
Taylor Swift Breaks Don McLean ‘American Pie’ Record. Longest length # 1 song of all-time.
NJ GOP Lawmakers Defy COVID Vax-or-test Rule, Ignoring Troopers
“They’re not going to physically restrain us,” said Assemblyman Brian Bergen, R-Morris. “We can walk right past them.”
Little Egg Harbor Police: No Evidence of ‘Hit List’ at Pinelands Regional Jr. High School
Little Egg Harbor Township Police wanted to make it clear that there is no evidence of a "hit list" being found at Pinelands Regional Junior High School.
Is it Legal to Buy NJ Lottery Tickets as Gifts for Children, Teens?
"During the holiday season and throughout the year, the Lottery is deeply committed to the prevention of underage gambling," New Jersey Lottery Executive Director James A. Carey Jr. said.
Princeton University Imposes Strict New COVID Test Mandate
Students returning to campus at Princeton University after Thanksgiving break will be subject to much stricter COVID-19 testing requirements.
Showdown Day Arrives Over NJ State House Vaccine Mandate
It remains unclear what will happen as lawmakers arrive for a voting session at the State House in Trenton this morning.
Hammonton Police Search for Renegade Bikers, Many Defend Them
Hammonton Police posted on Facebook Wednesday about two dirt bikers who have been the focus of multiple complaints about riding on the street around other motorists, in residential or business areas, or near pedestrians.