Tuesday, September 1, 2015

New Jersey

SEASIDE PARK, N.J. - Doug Maday, the car dealer who resolved on Labor Day to plunge into the Atlantic Ocean every day for a year, finished his sometimes brutal, sometimes serene, often lonely "endless summer" on Monday with a splash.
Nearly 150 people gathered in a park across from Camden High School on Monday to call for an end to the city's violence, following six slayings in two weeks.
CAMDEN New PATCO schedules will go into effect as of Sunday, according to the Delaware River Port Authority, as the agency works to finish its track refurbishment project.
Robert M. Rinier Sr., 85, of Marlton, a computer specialist who in retirement was a part-time evening manager at food markets in Marlton and Medford, died of complications from lung cancer Friday, Aug. 28, at Virtua Memorial Hospital in Mount Holly.
Eleanor Moen McKinney, 84, of Brooklawn, manager of the former United Jersey Bank office in Gloucester City, died of heart failure Friday, Aug. 28, at Inspira Medical Center in Woodbury.
ATLANTIC CITY - The casino industry in Atlantic City says Gov. Christie's delay in signing a financial assistance package could hurt the city's taxpayers.
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Just how does FedEx track millions of packages - and can the same technology be adapted, as Gov. Christie said over the weekend, to track visitors who overstay their visas?
NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. (AP) - Six of the seven football players accused of hazing and sexual assaulting four other teammates in a New Jersey high school locker room were placed on probationary terms, prosecutors announced Monday night.
TRENTON - New Jersey should repay the federal government $32 million after an audit found documents were missing in some of the state's submissions for reimbursement, according to a report released Monday by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
Gov. Christie on Sunday said it wasn't fair to compare his scant use of a private email account to conduct government business during the Bridgegate scandal to Hillary Rodham Clinton's exclusive use of a private server while she served as secretary of state.
WILDWOOD, N.J. - Before she left Quebec with family and friends to vacation at the Jersey Shore, Sophie Campeau-Lapierre envisioned seeing many fellow Canadians there.
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) - Atlantic City's casinos say Gov. Chris Christie's delay in signing a financial assistance package could hurt the city's taxpayers.
TRENTON, N.J. (AP) - New Jersey should repay the federal government $32 million after an audit found documents were missing in some of the state's submissions for reimbursement, according to a report released Monday by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
Children under age 2 and who weigh less than 30 pounds must be secured in a rear-facing seat that is equipped with a five-point harness.
NEWARK, N.J. (AP) - A man who made his way into a secure hallway at Newark Liberty International Airport on Sunday, prompting police to evacuate part of an airport terminal, has been taken for a psychiatric evaluation, police said.
SANDY HOOK, N.J. (AP) - Officials say one man was hospitalized with injuries described as non-life threating after two boats collided in the Sandy Hook Channel.
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) - The manager of the company responsible for operating Atlantic City's boardwalk tram cars is blaming city officials for his financial woes.
NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. (AP) - Police say a woman was sexually assaulted near the Rutgers University New Brunswick campus.
AVON, N.J. (AP) - Swimmers along the New Jersey coast need to be cautious because there is a moderate risk for rip currents.
Promoting himself as a president who would crack down on "lawlessness," Gov. Christie has turned to a phrase that has been propelled to the forefront of the immigration debate.
Last week, years after Lumberton's Ethics Board went dormant, the township committee voted to make its demise official. With a unanimous vote, the board was abolished.
If you live in Audubon Park, your neighbors are probably "the people you grew up with," says Mary Stokes, who moved there with her parents in 1941.