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Court: Police dash camera recordings not public records

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Firefighters find one dead after afternoon blaze

Hamilton police are investigating the death of a man whose body was found inside a burning home in the township on Sunday afternoon. Police responded along with local fire personnel around 12:18 p.m. to a report of a structure fire at 75 Irving Court, where firefighters found the unresponsive victim in the living room, according to a statement from the Hamilton Police Division.


Is this Democrat (and not Phil Murphy) New Jersey's 'strongest political figure'?

Traditionally, the state Senate president is the second-most powerful elected official in New Jersey -- with only the governor out-ranking him. With the governor's office now occupied by Phil Murphy , a political newcomer with whom he's repeatedly clashed, Sweeney -- now in his ninth year as the Senate's leader -- has spent the past few months asserting his strength.


What happened to 'Tone Tone'? 13 years later, his case is still unsolved

Neighbors still mill about chatting between the complex's short buildings with teal doors. Cars pass on the road that separates the buildings from Hamilton High School West across the street.


Court tosses most convictions of man who set ex-girlfriend's home ablaze trying to kill her

A state appeals court on Friday dismissed all but one of the numerous arson convictions a jury handed to Gerald Hill-White in 2015 for setting fire to a Trenton apartment where his ex girlfriend lived. Hill-White, now 42, broke into the South Village senior housing building on Stokely Avenue in 2011, poured gas outside his ex's third-floor apartment and set it on fire.


TRENTON a " Gas prices in New Jersey have done an about-face, rising in some areas after...

Gas prices in New Jersey have done an about-face, rising in some areas after the previous week's slight decreases. AAA Mid-Atlantic says the average price of a gallon of regular gas Friday in New Jersey was $2.91, up two cents from last week.


Salon brings 'the beauty of the heart' to the city's homeless

That was Diane Bellamy, who owns In His Image Hair Studio with her husband, Antonio, speaking Saturday at their 2nd annual Beauty to the Block event, which is a day of hairstyling, lunch and clothing for the homeless and disadvantaged. Speaking of what she referred to as, "the beauty of the heart," she added: "We would love to really help them expose that on the outside by making them feel good despite their situation."


Thursday morning brings more NJ Transit cancellations

A day after NJ Transit's executive director spoke out about the railroad's run of cancellations, more trains were canceled on Thursday morning. A half-dozen trains were canceled by 6 a.m. on Thursday.


New Jersey trooper on vacation saves swimmer caught in Outer Banks riptide

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"Healing in Nature" At D&R Greenway

"HOMEFRONT ON THE WINGS": This painting by Stacy D. is featured in "Healing in Nature," on view through August 31 at the D&R Greenway Johnson Education Center in Princeton.


New Jersey's mighty microbe may finally get official recognition

Microbiologist and Rutgers graduate John Warhol, of The Warhol Institute located near Sandy Hook, explains that "streptomyces griseus is a soil organism and it produces the antibiotic streptomycin." "This one is particularly important for New Jersey because the organism was discovered here in New Jersey in 1943 in New Brunswick in soil at the College of Agriculture Experimental Station.


Should this be the official state dog of New Jersey?

In recognition of the upcoming 90th anniversary of the Seeing Eye, an organization in Morristown that trains service dogs for the visually impaired, state Sen. Anthony Bucco, R-Morris, is sponsoring a measure to designate the guide dog as the state dog of New Jersey. "I was wondering: Do we make it a lab? Do we make it a shepherd? Do we make it a collie? What do we do?" But after discussing the situation with the Seeing Eye, Bucco said they suggested having the seeing-eye dog named as the state dog, even though this would include German shepherds, golden retrievers and Labradors.


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Governor can still certify revenues -- for now | Quigley

Although the issue is kind of "inside baseball," it's important to everyone who pays taxes here. Arguments on both sides have merit, but the timing is, uh, somewhat suspicious.


N.J.'s bleak fiscal outlook is about to get worse. Are more taxes the solution? | Opinion

Now that the dust has settled from the state budget, it is time to look at next year. In the letter accompanying his proposed fiscal 2019 budget, Gov. Phil Murphy assured the public " we are beginning our climb out of a deep hole.


The number of vacant properties in every N.J. town, and why they're costing you big money

Vacant properties can be detrimental to economic growth in an area, adding blight, deterring investment and dragging down the overall feel of a neighborhood. Those were the findings of a recent report by the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy .


Radio hosts suspended for slur against Sikh AG return to air

In this Jan. 16, 2018, file photo, Gurbir Grewal is sworn in before testifying in front of the senate judiciary committee in Trenton, N.J. WKXW-FM hosts Dennis Malloy and Judi Franco, the hosts of a popular New Jersey radio show suspended for calling Grewal, the nation's first Sikh attorney general "turban man," are back on the air Monday, Aug. 6, after a 10-day suspension.



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