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‘Very sad’ — Search called off for body of NJ teen swept by rip current
After nearly three days, authorities called off a search for the body of a 15-year-old from Ewing who got swept away by a rip current.
Taylor Swift Was Just Spotted Shopping At A Target In New Jersey
Taylor Swift made a quick stop at a Target store Friday afternoon in the Garden State.
Murphy signs law to study delaying high school start times
The law directs the Department of Education to establish a pilot program using five districts from urban, suburban, and rural areas.
4 judges will decide whether to toss nearly 21,000 DWI cases
New Jersey has moved closer to possibly throwing out 20,600 drunk driving cases tied to a state trooper accused of failing to calibrate a breath test device years ago.
Heatwave pressure cancels horse races, delays $1M Haskell to 8 p.m.
Racing officials reacted to mounting pressure on Saturday and canceled six non-stakes horse races and delayed the $1 million Haskell Invitational by two hours.
Monmouth turned over 40 inmates to immigration officials last year
Monmouth County Sheriff Shaun Golden said Wednesday that he hopes the state will allow his jail to continue to cooperate with federal immigration officials.
No new trial for Sarah Stern’s convicted killer — Sentencing in June
Liam McAtasney is facing life in prison.
Wrong-way driver caused 3-car Parkway wreck, cops say
A man driving on the wrong side of the Garden State Parkway on Saturday morning caused a three-car wreck that injured several people, officials said.
Major crash blocks all northbound lanes of Garden State Parkway
Northbound traffic on the Garden State Parkway in Hazlet was completely blocked early Saturday afternoon.
No more alcohol at Sandy Hook: Feds ban booze at Jersey Shore
For years, Sandy Hook stood out for two things: Naked people and booze were both permitted.
Thousand acres burning in Burlington County — highway closed
Firefighters are are battling a forest fire that quickly spread to a thousand acres in Burlington County.
Howell landowner agrees to pay homeless camp residents to leave
The agreement was announced after months of negotiations between a Lakewood businessman and the NJ Coalition to End Homelessness.