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Madison Jane Lyden, 23, was killed while bicycling in New York during 'the trip of a lifetime.' A garbage truck driver has been charged in... [Read More]
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Lyle, who competed in more than 120 P.G.A. tournaments, was recognized for his persistence in returning to golf after multiple bouts with leukemia. [Read More]
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State officials announced lawsuits targeting a half-dozen sites around the state where communities are still feeling the effects of pollution. [Read More]
Like publications in the rest of the country, New Jersey's suburban newspapers pulled back as their business model vaporized, leaving fewer reporters to dig into... [Read More]
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Lawmakers have responded to a crisis in local news coverage by dedicating public money to fund journalism in what is believed to be the first... [Read More]
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The decision is seen as a step toward decriminalization in New Jersey. It comes amid a push to make it the latest state to legalize... [Read More]
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Linda Daniels relied on an oxygen machine, and died hours after her power was shut off for overdue bills. Her family is pushing for answers. [Read More]
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The woman positioned herself near Lady Liberty's feet for more than three hours before rescuers hooked to safety ropes took her into custody. [Read More]
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Two years ago, an 18-year-old was injured in a Central Park explosion. The police released a new photo this week as the investigation lags. [Read More]
Officials in Jersey City aim to use Independence Day festivities as a way to declare their grand ambitions for the future. [Read More]
The Onondaga people ate cicadas to survive after their land was burned and pillaged. They continue to eat them (live or sautéed) whenever they emerge... [Read More]
Gov. Philip D. Murphy placed the first sports wagers at Monmouth Park, as Julius Erving made the inaugural bet at the Borgata casino in Atlantic... [Read More]
Surveillance cameras monitored by the police have become a ubiquitous presence in many cities. In Newark, anyone with internet access is allowed to watch. [Read More]
Surveillance cameras monitored by the police have become a ubiquitous presence in many cities. In Newark, anyone with internet access is allowed to watch. [Read More]
Connecticut prosecutors have indicated plans to ask the nation's highest court to review Michael Skakel's murder case. [Read More]
Officials stressed that buses are the safest way to carry students, though seatbelts are still not required in most states. [Read More]
Steepletop, home of Edna St. Vincent Millay, is in many ways just as she left it when she died there in 1950. But dire finances... [Read More]
Wildlife officials have used snare traps to protect the endangered birds. It's ruffling more than feathers in a town where the fox is the unofficial... [Read More]
Connecticut Supreme Court ruling vacating Michael Skakel's conviction in the 1975 killing came as the latest twist in a case that has been "like a... [Read More]
The nephew of Robert Kennedy's widow, Ethel, had been convicted in 2002 of killing Martha Moxley, 15, in his Greenwich, Conn., neighbourhood. [Read More]
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