New Jersey

This Cop Just Adopted A Pitbull Found Abandoned In Freezing Weather

PARSIPPANY, NJ — “Romeo,” the pitbull who was tied to the fence outside the Parsippany animal shelter in freezing weather last month, now has a new home with a police officer. Nicholas Grawehr, an officer with the Morris Plains Police Department, brought “Romeo” home Wednesday. Grawehr is a friend of Parsippany Patrol Officer J. Williams, who rescued… Read More

Granite State Plan: Now In 2nd place in N.H., Christie Returns To Campaign There

TRENTON — Gov. Chris Christie returns to New Hampshire Friday for a two-day jaunt where that will mark his 51st visit to the first-in-the-nation presidential primary state. After months of lagging other candidates, the governor’s hefty investment of time in the Granite State seems to be paying off. The latest polling from Boston public radio station… Read More

Century-Old Mystery Shipwreck Found Under New Jersey Ocean Jetty

ISLAND BEACH STATE PARK –In the seven decades since the Barnegat Inlet was shored up to protect mariners from dangerous shoals, scores of ships have passed through its impressive rock wall jetties. But it wasn’t until Hurricane Sandy that one of those jetties revealed its hidden mystery: a shipwreck preserved under tons of sand for nearly… Read More

New Jersey Councilwoman Quits Over “Christmas” Tree Lighting Ceremony

 It all came down to the addition of a single word at a tree lighting ceremony, but that word carried enough significance for borough Councilwoman Charlene Storey to resign. Minutes after the council voted 4-2 Thursday night to change the name of the ceremony from A Tree Lighting to A Christmas Tree… Read More
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