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Georgian Court University To Become Coed
After more than 100 years of educating only women, a private Catholic university in New Jersey is going
Rutgers Graduates Largest Class In School History [VIDEO]
Rutgers University has graduated the largest class in school history while bidding farewell to its outgoing president.
Author of ‘Where the Wild Things Are,’ Maurice Sendak Dies
Maurice Sendak, author of `Where the Wild Things Are,’ dies at 83 following a stroke.
Man Dies While Diving Off Coast
Coast Guard officials say a man has died while diving in waters near the Manasquan Inlet.
Salon Owner: Girl Wasn’t In Tanning Booth [VIDEO]
The owner of a Nutley tanning salon denies that a mother caused skin burns to her young child by putting her in a tanning booth.
Dolphin Dies After Coming Ashore In Belmar
Authorities say a dolphin found with a hook in its mouth died shortly after it came ashore on a beach in Belmar.
Man Pleads Guilty in Hit-and-Run That Killed Lakewood Boy
A hit-and-run driver who killed a 12-year-old southern New Jersey boy last year is now facing up to seven years in prison.
Five Suffer Minor Injuries in NJ Small Bus Crash
Five adult students with disabilities were injured when a small bus struck a utility pole in central New Jersey.
Tebow Booed At Yankee Stadium
Tim Tebow has work to do if he’s going to win over New York sports fans.
Bruce Springsteen Says No To Christie’s Revel Request
Bruce Springsteen fans who hoped to see the artist perform at a new Atlantic City casino Labor Day weekend may be up for a little disappointment.
Ex-Secaucus Mayor Gets Prison
A former Secaucus mayor convicted of bribery in the state’s largest-ever corruption sting has been sentenced to 2.5 years in prison.
Principal At ‘No Hugging’ School Resigns
The New Jersey principal who told middle school students they were in a “no hugging school” has resigned.