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  • Want lower property taxes? Change New Jersey’s justices Jersey City, Union City, West New York, Trenton, New Brunswick, Perth Amboy, Asbury Park, Keansburg, Long Branch, Neptune Township, Passaic City, Paterson, Salem City, Elizabeth, Plainfield and Phillipsburg. The other 550-or-so school districts in New ...
  • Fantastic New Jersey ‘firsts’ Princeton in 1869, and the first professional basketball game was played in Trenton in 1896. Did you know New Jersey has an official state dinosaur? It is the Hadrosaurus, named after the town of Haddonfield. The first nearly complete skeleton of a ...
  • New Jersey reports preliminary 15.9% return for fiscal year New Jersey Pension Fund, Trenton, produced a 15.9% return on investments in the fiscal year ended June 30, preliminary figures released Tuesday show. The pension fund had assets of $80.6 billion as of June 30, based on the preliminary unaudited data ...
  • Trenton Posts 93/182 guts out win over Broad St. Park to advance in NJ District 4 American Legion tournament Today, they are one of just 16 teams still playing American Legion baseball in New Jersey. The Trenton Post 93/182 Schroths may have gotten into the district tournament, because Ocean County backed out. Now, they won’t leave. Tonight in an amazing show ...
  • New Jersey pension fund continues to show solid double-digit returns TRENTON­ – The New Jersey Pension Fund has produced positive returns for Fiscal Year 2014 of 15.9 percent, according to preliminary data compiled as of June 30, 2014. The final return for the fiscal year is expected to exceed 16 percent once year-end ...
  • New Jersey judge says state wrongly denied records request TRENTON — A New Jersey judge ruled Monday that Gov. Chris Christie's administration must honor an activist's public records requests for requests filed by others. The decision from Superior Court Judge Mary Jacobson finds fault with the state's recent ...
  • Trenton man injured in Saturday shooting dies at hospital TRENTON — A man shot and wounded in New Jersey's capital city has died from his injuries. Trenton police officers happened to be near the 100 block of Rosemont Avenue when they heard gunshots around 5 a.m. Saturday and saw a large group of people running ...
  • American in Ukraine crash had lived in New Jersey TRENTON, N.J. — The only American identified so far as a victim of the crash of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 in Ukraine lived in New Jersey as a child and returned to the Netherlands when he was 5. Quinn Lucas Schansman, 19, had dual Dutch-American ...
  • New Jersey lawmaker wrongly accused of DUI pushes for video cameras in new police cars TRENTON, New Jersey — For Assemblyman Paul Moriarty, putting video cameras in new police cars became personal two years ago when he was arrested for drunken driving and video from a camera mounted on a cruiser helped get the charges dropped and his name ...
  • Gypsy moths on decline in New Jersey TRENTON — New Jersey’s gypsy moth population appears on the decline. State Agriculture Secretary Douglas Fisher says an aerial survey shows the amount of tree damage caused by the caterpillars this year is less than half of what it was last year.
  • Want lower property taxes? Change New Jersey’s justices Jersey City, Union City, West New York, Trenton, New Brunswick, Perth Amboy, Asbury Park, Keansburg, Long Branch, Neptune Township, Passaic City, Paterson, Salem City, Elizabeth, Plainfield and Phillipsburg. The other 550-or-so school districts in New ...
  • Fantastic New Jersey ‘firsts’ Princeton in 1869, and the first professional basketball game was played in Trenton in 1896. Did you know New Jersey has an official state dinosaur? It is the Hadrosaurus, named after the town of Haddonfield. The first nearly complete skeleton of a ...
  • New Jersey reports preliminary 15.9% return for fiscal year New Jersey Pension Fund, Trenton, produced a 15.9% return on investments in the fiscal year ended June 30, preliminary figures released Tuesday show. The pension fund had assets of $80.6 billion as of June 30, based on the preliminary unaudited data ...
  • Trenton Posts 93/182 guts out win over Broad St. Park to advance in NJ District 4 American Legion tournament Today, they are one of just 16 teams still playing American Legion baseball in New Jersey. The Trenton Post 93/182 Schroths may have gotten into the district tournament, because Ocean County backed out. Now, they won’t leave. Tonight in an amazing show ...
  • New Jersey pension fund continues to show solid double-digit returns TRENTON­ – The New Jersey Pension Fund has produced positive returns for Fiscal Year 2014 of 15.9 percent, according to preliminary data compiled as of June 30, 2014. The final return for the fiscal year is expected to exceed 16 percent once year-end ...
  • New Jersey judge says state wrongly denied records request TRENTON — A New Jersey judge ruled Monday that Gov. Chris Christie's administration must honor an activist's public records requests for requests filed by others. The decision from Superior Court Judge Mary Jacobson finds fault with the state's recent ...
  • Trenton man injured in Saturday shooting dies at hospital TRENTON — A man shot and wounded in New Jersey's capital city has died from his injuries. Trenton police officers happened to be near the 100 block of Rosemont Avenue when they heard gunshots around 5 a.m. Saturday and saw a large group of people running ...
  • American in Ukraine crash had lived in New Jersey TRENTON, N.J. — The only American identified so far as a victim of the crash of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 in Ukraine lived in New Jersey as a child and returned to the Netherlands when he was 5. Quinn Lucas Schansman, 19, had dual Dutch-American ...
  • New Jersey lawmaker wrongly accused of DUI pushes for video cameras in new police cars TRENTON, New Jersey — For Assemblyman Paul Moriarty, putting video cameras in new police cars became personal two years ago when he was arrested for drunken driving and video from a camera mounted on a cruiser helped get the charges dropped and his name ...
  • Gypsy moths on decline in New Jersey TRENTON — New Jersey’s gypsy moth population appears on the decline. State Agriculture Secretary Douglas Fisher says an aerial survey shows the amount of tree damage caused by the caterpillars this year is less than half of what it was last year.

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