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Investigation into Mercer County, NJ voting issues finds ‘human error’
Mercer County Prosecutor Angelo Onofri said Monday that a Dominion employee who programmed the voting machines made a human error that caused Election Day issues.
NJ district tests Colonia HS soil, air again amid renewed cancer concerns
Colonia High School in Woodbridge, NJ has again contracted T&M Associates to test its air and soil amid concerns the grounds are linked to brain cancers among former students and staff.
Man was beaten by ‘drunk, anti-Semitic’ cop but NJ is charging him with a crime
A man says that sheriff's officer Matt Sickler used anti-Semitic slurs before an Aug. 20 assault at the Bordentown Best Western involving Trenton cop Tara Dzurkoc.
Comedian won’t press charges against beer thrower at NJ comedy club
Comedian Ariel Elias is not pressing charges against the man who threw a beer can at her head on Saturday night at Uncle Vinnies Comedy Club in Point Pleasant Beach.
Dating Mercer County cops charged with assault in NJ hotel fight, reports say
Trenton cop Tara Dzurkoc and Mercer County sheriff's officer Matt Sickler are charged with simple assault for an Aug. 20 fight at a Best Western in Bordentown, police say.
Man charged with trafficking 420 pounds of marijuana in Ridgefield, NJ
Li Fan Feng is charged with intent to distribute after Bergen County investigators stopped his vehicle in Ridgefield and found 420 pounds of marijuana, prosecutors say.
Bear sightings reported at Princeton, NJ homes, school caught on video
Princeton residents have reported bear sightings throughout the township for at least a week from Aug. 11 to Aug. 18, 2022, most recently near Karin Court.
Hoboken, NJ landlord tried raising rent by $3,000 a month in eviction battle
Jeff Trupiano is facing eviction from his Hoboken home if his landlord wins a court battle to raise the rent, which could gut the Tenant Protection Act.
First NJ Starbucks to unionize goes on strike for benefits, better pay
The Hopewell Starbucks in Pennington on Route 31 is striking this weekend demanding better pay, benefits, and better working conditions.
Trenton, NJ residents won’t be able to buy booze for July 4th parties, says mayor
With over 100 liquor licenses set to expire at the end of the month, the mayor is warning of "dire consequences."