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NJ Gives Revel Casino $2.6-Million to Train New Workers
New Jersey is giving the soon-to-open Revel mega-casino $2.6 million to help train new workers.
Atlantic City Teen Indicted in Murder of 71-Year-Old
An Atlantic City teenager has been indicted in the beating death of a 71-year-old man last summer.
Authorities Probe Virginia Tech Shooting [VIDEO]
An investigation is under way into the fatal shootings today at Virginia Tech.
Millville Plans $5M Solar Energy Plant
A southern New Jersey town is moving forward on a $5 million solar energy plant it hopes will help lower its electricity bills for the next 15 years.
NJ School Board Taking Action Against Teacher
School board members have voted to certify tenure charges against a New Jersey teacher who was videotaped telling a special-needs student he was a “tard.”
NJ Releases Final Energy Plan with Little Change
Gov. Chris Christie has released the final version of his energy master plan with little change to the draft he first proposed in June.
NJ Lawmakers Approve Sales of Needles
New Jersey lawmakers on Monday gave final approval to a bill that to allow pharmacies to sell needles and syringes to people without prescriptions.
Medford Mayor Resigns Amid Sex Scandal
A married New Jersey mayor has resigned his post two months after someone claiming to be a prostitute said on a website he had sex with the mayor at a Newport Beach, Calif., hotel.
NJ Assembly Agrees on Aid to Cities
New Jersey’s state Assembly has approved a bill to provide $139 million in aid to cities and another $1.5 million to oversee the spending.
Fleet Of Ferraris Ruined In Japan Sportscar Pileup [VIDEO]
An outing of luxury sportscar enthusiasts in Japan ended in an expensive freeway pileup — smashing a stunning eight Ferraris, a Lamborghini and two Mercedes likely worth more than $1 million together.
Father of Slain Lakehurst Toddler Captured
Monmouth County prosecutors say they will move quickly to extradite a man suspected of killing his 2-year-old daughter by tossing her into a creek while she was still strapped in her car seat.
AP: Ex-Trooper to Oversee NJ’s Medical Pot Program
A retired New Jersey State Police official is taking charge of the state’s regulation of medical marijuana.