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Lunch Break Gives Out Meals for Thanksgiving and Year Round

11-27-14
Red Bank non-profit Lunch Break provides food, clothing and other social services to those in need on a daily basis. This Thanksgiving, the group provided more than 30 turkeys.

Civil rights groups want Michael Brown mural back

11-25-14
TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — Two civil rights groups in New Jersey are calling for the restoration of a mural in Trenton that featured Michael Brown, the black Missouri teenager who was shot and killed by a white police officer. The mural had been ...

3 kids rewarded for honesty in south Jersey

11-25-14
GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP, N.J. (AP) — Three children in southern New Jersey have learned it pays to be honest. Thirteen-year-old Ricky Cote, his 9-year-old sister, Bella, and 6-year-old brother, Robby, found $180 in cash in a parking lot in Galloway ...

Newark’s Malcolm X Shabazz High School Sees Improvements

11-24-14
Since Gemar Mills became the principal at Malcolm X Shabazz High School in Newark, the school has seen improvements as proficiency scores have increased.

TOPSoccer Youth Program Allows Athletes with Disabilities to Participate

11-24-14
In West Orange, Lou Mignone started the TOPSoccer chapter in order for athletes with physical and mental disabilities to have a chance to participate in sports.

Group to take over Helmetta animal shelter

11-24-14
HELMETTA, N.J. (AP) — The New Jersey Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals has been given receivership of a central New Jersey animal shelter that has been quarantined. The borough council voted for the plan for the Helmetta Regional ...

College buys $219K Chinese conference table

11-24-14
UNION, N.J. (AP) — New Jersey's Kean University has spent $219,000 for a custom-built, circular conference table that was made in China. The school did not put the project out to bid and picked a company in Shanghai. Kean recently opened a branch ...

New Jersey looks at ‘yes means yes’ college policy

11-23-14
TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — New Jersey is the latest state to consider requiring colleges to define when "yes means yes" in an effort to stem the tide of sexual assaults. But whether the policy — known as affirmative consent — will reduce sexual ...

Teacher accused of sexually assaulting student

11-22-14
PATERSON, N.J. (AP) — A substitute teacher in a northern New Jersey school district is accused of sexually assaulting a student. Passaic County Prosecutors say 21-year-old Linda Hardan, of Prospect Park, is also charged with child endangerment and ...

National Adoption Day Creates New Families

11-21-14
Families in New Jersey finalized adoptions as part of National Adoption Day.