The Senator’s connections to NJ, from Berkeley Heights’ Mary Jo Kopechne, to later electoral victories here.
Monmouth U.’s poll put this #1 on voters’ minds. Are the candidates addressing it?
For a law and order fella …
Christie’s 2005 speeding ticket in Lambertville leaves us scratching our heads and counting the unanswered questions. Something does not add up.
Health Care Town Halls
Congressmen Rush Holt and John Adler hosted events yesterday.
“One thing can always bring you down.”
Essex County, with its history of political corruption, looks at ethics with the Newark Special Agent in Charge at FBI.
Rush Holt rides the rails
NJ-12’s man in Congress strongly supports smart public transportation.
Burlington County Democrats
Tonight’s County Committee meeting is the first since Chair Rick Perr resigned, and the county party hit the roller-coaster.
Health and school officials met in a summit to plan for H1N1. How to continue education if schools are closed? Best practices for keeping parents in the loop. It’s coming.
Millviille: A public transportation activist takes a petition to a Freeholder candidate when she doesn’t like the response from NJ Transit officials.
Wildwood: Mayor and Commissioner will go to court to hold off a December recall vote.
Bridgeton: A small community of homeless men is living under the new Broad Street Bridge.
Springfield: Appoints David Barnett to fill an empty seat.
Gloucester County: Getting $2.1 million smackeroos for energy efficiency.
Morris County: following ‘n friending.
Lacey: Oyster Creek nuclear power plant is leaking contaminated water.
Near the naked beach: Sandy Hook reopens after a chlorine gas leak.
Phillipsburg: The state of healthcare in the state, on the table.
Piscataway: Police sergeant charged with lying about overtime.
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