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  • Cops catch 9-year-old girl who jumps off third story balcony to escape fire
    Cops catch girl, 9, leaping from third story balcony in New Jersey condo fire
    Three New Jersey cops had a catch of a lifetime, as that catch saved the life of a little girl. A very brave, but scared 9-year-old Sofya Doroshenko jumped three stories off a balcony and into the arms of the three cops below to escape a fire in...
  • Study commission to Gov. Christie: Don't give up on PARCC
    Study commission to Gov. Christie: Don't give up on PARCC
    Last month, the Study Commission on the Use of Student Assessments in New Jersey submitted its report regarding Partnership for the Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers (PARCC) testing to Governor Chris Christie. Not only did the...
  • New Jersey
    How blue is New Jersey?
    February 1st will shift the 2016 Presidential Election into the next phrase of a long electoral cycle. Over the spring and summer of 2015, candidates began to announce their intentions to run or not run for president. Over the course of multiple...
  • Sonic boom mystery over New Jersey today similar to the sonic boom over South Carolina on Tuesday
    Sonic boom in New Jersey spawns mystery: Similar to event in South Carolina
    A sonic boom was felt over several counties in New Jersey this afternoon and what is known about this event is that it was not caused by an earthquake. What is not known is the origin of this sonic boom, which is still very much a mystery. Fox...
  • Christie "Want me to go down there with a mop" called disrespectful, a bully
    Christie "Want me to go down there with a mop" called disrespectful, a bully
    Monday, in a town hall meeting Governor Chris Christie, (R-NJ), Presidential candidate for President was asked about how the blizzard, that swept through the Northeast over the weekend, was being dealt with. Images of area of the Jersey shore have...
  • Seven NJ professors to be inducted into National Academy of Inventors
    Seven NJ professors to be inducted into National Academy of Inventors
    Last month, National Academy of Inventors announced its nominations for 2015 NAI Fellows. The inductees include seven professors representing four New Jersey colleges and universities.According to a prepared statement released by the National...
  • Several NJ school districts make Niche's list of top 100
    Several NJ school districts make Niche's top 100 list
    Niche, a Pittsburgh-based concern that collects and analyzes data, has recently released its ranking of the 100 best school districts in the nation for 2016. Princeton Public Schools and Millburn Township district, at numbers 5 and 14 respectively...
  • One fricked up dentist
    One fricked up dentist
    On September 11, 2014 James Wiener D.D.S. published a video on YouTube which included his dental office and people acting as dental staff dancing with him. It was supposed to be a pilot made for TV. The original video as of today has 70,605 hits....
  • Lost In Society release new song "I Want To Know"
    Lost In Society release new song "I Want To Know"
    New Jersey punk outfit Lost In Society are set to drop their new studio album Modern Illusions, and they've decided to give fans a taste of the new material.Today, the band released the new track "I Want To Know" exclusively on...
  • Choose New Jersey launches Smart Students initiative
    Choose New Jersey launches Smart Students initiative
    Each year more than 30,000 New Jersey graduating high school seniors enroll in colleges outside of the state, and many never return, according to Choose New Jersey, a private, non-profit economic development organization whose mission is to...
  • NJ Teens invited to promote drug abuse prevention with original music
    NJ Teens invited to promote drug abuse prevention with original music
    New Jersey high school students are invited to participate in the Partnership for a Drug-Free New Jersey Shout Down Drugs competition by creating and performing original substance abuse prevention music and songs. The Shout Down Drugs competition...
  • Villa Italia in New Jersey is a Whaler haven
    A Hartford Whaler haven in Lyndhurst, New Jersey
    Evidence to the popularity of the Hartford Whalers knows no bonds. On the Sunday after New Year's the Hartford Whalers Booster Club took a bus load of Hartford Hockey fans down to New Jersey to see the Devils. One stop on the trip put the...
  • NJ Lawmakers want to make recess mandatory in public schools
    NJ Lawmakers want to make recess mandatory in public schools
    If New Jersey lawmakers have their way, recess will be mandatory in grades K-5 in all public schools. Both the Senate and Assembly have passed Bill S1594, which requires schools to provide students in these grades a 20-minute recess. This is to be...
  • Vision
    Historic sites in Newark look different from a distance
    The New Year is a time to change our perspective about life. If your outlook is pessimistic, then you should become more optimistic. Sometimes we even invent our own problems based on the way we see things. If we open our hearts and minds to new...
  • Fantasy
    Ther has been unusual weather in the northeast
    In late fall and early winter, people wear hats. gloves, coats, sweaters and boots. There may even be a snowstorm or a light snow shower, but this year temperatures in the late fall in the northeast were 60 degrees. Of course, these temperatures...
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