It’s a salad topping that you probably could live without. A customer at a Chick-fil-A restaurant in Deptford Township consumed most of his salad before he recognized cow doo in his salad. A lawsuit has been filed against the restaurant and against Taylor Farms in New Jersey.
The northern New Jersey school superintendent who was caught defecating on a rival school’s athletic track is leaving his school district with a nice financial package. Robert Tramaglini will receive his full salary through the end of September, cash for unused vacation time, and a no challenge to his filing for unemployment. The settlement was…
Governor Phil Murphy has declared a State of Emergency in five counties in New Jersey who were hit hard by flooding rainfall this week. Murphy says the declaration will help send immediate state resources to these areas. Several inches of rain fell during a short period of time in some counties from Ocean County, north.
President Trump signed a bill into law that protects the Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, the second largest employer in New Jersey. The National Defense Authorization Act includes $716 billion in military spending. New refueling tankers will be sent to the New Jersey base.
You will soon be able to vote by mail in all elections held in New Jersey. The governor has signed a measure into law that now requires the state to take mailed-in election ballots for all elections held in the Garden State. Democrats have been supportive of this vote by mail law.
There was a single winning ticket sold for Saturday night’s Powerball jackpot, but chances are you don’t have it. The winning ticket for the $245 million drawing was sold in Staten Island. A $2 million prize went to a Florida resident. The Powerball jackpot had not been hit in nearly two months.
The reward fund continues to grow as authorities search for two men who ambushed and shot two officers in Camden during National Night Out last week. The reward has been upped to $60,000 for information that leads to the arrests of the two suspects. The two officers were released from the hospital. A surveillance photo…
Another serious accident involving a school bus on a major New Jersey highway. This time it happened Saturday afternoon on the New Jersey Turnpike as a school bus flipped onto a guardrail. 42 people were on the bus and taken to hospitals; none of the injuries appeared to be life threatening.
Democrats in Trenton began to advance some sweeping new reforms to the way New Jersey conducts its governmental business. Senate President Steve Sweneey announced that some of the changes will be the forced mergers of smaller school districts, and the creation of more toll roads in the Garden State.
Two northern New Jersey teenagers are dead, drowning in a lake which a vicious thunderstorm rolled through the region on Tuesday. Authorities have confirmed the teens were at Ramapo Lake when the storms arrived. One teen got into trouble in the water; the second teen jumped in for a rescue, and both drowned.