Tuesday, December 1, 2015

New Jersey

Patrick E. Hobbs gave each 2015 graduate a quarter, painted red, in a plastic case.
Subaru of America, Lockheed Martin, Holtec International, the 76ers, and other employers that have announced plans to move facilities to Camden need not worry about gas and electricity when they get there.
On his first day on the job, David Carrozzino found a note on his desk to make a house call on his way home.
Brad Pierce thinks the federal government has gotten too big, a cause that's driving the one-time President Obama voter to opt for a Republican in the 2016 presidential race. But the "middle-of-the-road" retiree from Rye, N.H., also names global warming as a top concern and wants more done to promote renewable energy.
A WOMAN dressed in black from top to bottom appeared between a crack in the front door of a Bustleton townhouse, and when she heard her husband's name spoken she placed her hand over her mouth, shuffled backward and sat down on a foyer step, repeating it over and over.
TOMS RIVER, N.J. (AP) - A judge has refused to reduce the $1 million cash bail set for a man accused of killing a retired New York City Fire Department lieutenant found dead in his southern New Jersey home.
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Gov. Christie begins another two-day campaign swing through New Hampshire on Monday, this time with a fresh endorsement from the only statewide newspaper in the first-in-the-nation primary state.
MORRIS TOWNSHIP, N.J. (AP) - A valuable item that was recently stolen from a northern New Jersey church has been returned under mysterious circumstances.
The Historical Society of Haddonfield may soon have a new space to store its archive of books, photographs, letters, and papers.
Even as Rutgers-Camden unveiled a Writers House this month, the school's administrators were eyeing the next piece: a $5 million expansion of the new space.
PLEASANTVILLE, N.J. (AP) - Authorities say a man has died after he was shot in the head in southern New Jersey.
HOBOKEN, N.J. (AP) - Workers have retored service after a second water main break broke in Hoboken in little more than a week.
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) - New Jersey Transit is assessing a pilot program that limits waiting room seating at some of its stations and keeps the homeless moving.
TRENTON, N.J. (AP) - An audit says a New Jersey methadone clinic owes the state more than a quarter of a million dollars after it revealed that several of the agency's costs weren't substantiated.
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. - The Black Lives Matter movement, which calls attention to the violent deaths of young black men, has become the largest social-justice effort among American blacks since the civil rights struggle of the 1960s. And, as in the 1960s, clergy are playing a critical role. That includes members of South Jersey's religious community, some of whom have taken up the sometimes-controversial cause in the pulpit and beyond.
After a pregnant patrol officer was ordered to stay home during most of her pregnancy and exhaust all of her accrued vacation and sick days, pickets appeared at the South Jersey police station and protested the decision made by Pemberton Township's administrator.
PISCATAWAY, N.J. (AP) - Rutgers fired football coach Kyle Flood and athletic director Julie Hermann on Sunday, stripping the athletic department of its most prominent employees after a season that was a failure on and off the field.
Gov. Christie has won a sought-after endorsement: a front-page editorial in the New Hampshire Union Leader, the only statewide newspaper in the first-in-the-nation presidential primary state.
Want to know the deal on recess? Go to the experts. "We can exercise!" said Collette Guerin, one in a gaggle of second graders rocking the playground last week at Zane North Elementary School in Collingswood.
Want to know the deal on recess? Go to the experts. "We can exercise!" said Collette Guerin, one in a gaggle of second graders rocking the playground last week at Zane North Elementary School in Collingswood.
The Willingboro convenience store worker fatally shot during a robbery Wednesday had come to America several years ago for better opportunities, and was sending money back to his family in Ghana, the store's owner said Friday.
A week after 22-year-old Nicholas Peter Zizzamia disappeared from his Cherry Hill home May 12, 1979, the body of a young man of similar build and appearance was found 580 miles away in a Richmond, Ind., motel room.