Woodbridge, NJ
Recent Woodbridge News
EDISON, NJ The Indian communities of Edison and Woodbridge will come together for the 10th Annual India Day Parade on August 10, 2014.
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It's no secret that many people spend thousands of dollars trying to keep their pets healthy and alive.
2 days ago   Source: WKXW-FM Trenton -
"This marks our fourth year at Echo Lake Country Club. It's been 'a hole in one' because golfers and guests really enjoy the beautiful settings.
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WOODBRIDGE - The New Jersey Turnpike Authority is scheduled to meet today for the first time after filing a copyright infringement suit against a small Florida pizza chain whose logo is a deliberate reference to the Garden State Parkway's iconic green and yellow emblem.
3 days ago   Source: The Newark Star-Ledger -
Muslims in Jersey City held a colorful celebration of Eid al-Fitr, a holiday marking the end of Ramadan, at a Montgomery Street mosque earlier this morning.
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A jury in Middlesex County has awarded a Bound Brook woman $1.135 million after her car was struck by a sleeping truck driver on the Garden State Parkway, according to her lawyer.
5 days ago   Source: The Newark Star-Ledger -
Weird NJ: The lost 'Jersey Jungle' is found The short-lived Jersey Jungle attraction in Howell has been uncovered by Weird New Jersey.
5 days ago   Source: Asbury Park Press -
Judge Carlia Brady, 42, appeared in court on June 25, 2014 for a hearing on a motion to order the Somerset County Prosecutor's Office to provide authentic recordings of voicemails she left for the Woodbridge Police Department.
6 days ago   Source: The Jersey Journal -
The Newark headquarters of the Star-Ledger, home to the state's largest newspaper for nearly 50 years, has been sold to a New York developer.
7 days ago   Source: The Jersey Journal -
A lawsuit has been filed against Scott Flowers' Towing, also known as "Scott's Towing," a Middlesex County-based towing company, after the company was alleged to have charged excessive towing and storage fees when removing vehicles from private parking lots in Woodbridge.
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Middlesex drug arrests; Woodbridge burglaries Crimes in Middlesex and Somerset counties Check out this story on ASSAULT, about 12 a.m. July 18. A cab driver reported that he picked up three young males and brought them to Hempstead Drive.
8 days ago   Source: Courier News -
Acting N.J. Attorney General John Hoffman today announced that a Middlesex County-based towing company has agreed to pay nearly $13,000 to settle allegations that it charged excessive fees.
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The U.S. Court of Appeals in Washington, D.C., ruled 2-1 that consumers buying insurance through the federal exchange aren't eligible for tax subsidies that make the policies more affordable.
9 days ago   Source: Asbury Park Press -
Law enforcement officials salute as a hearse carrying the body of Jersey City Police Department officer Melvin Santiago during a funeral procession, Friday, July 18, 2014, in Jersey City, N.J. Santiago was shot in the head while still in his police vehicle as he and his partner responded to an armed robbery call at a pharmacy on July 13. Law ... (more)
13 days ago   Source: Albany Times Union -
The St. James School in Woodbridge, seen here, will take in students from Our Lady of Peace School.
13 days ago   Source: The Jersey Journal -
Police say an Amtrak police officer beat an Iraq War veteran from New York City at a housewarming party in New Jersey.
16 days ago   Source: Asbury Park Press -
Six of the vehicles were left unlocked by owners. The other was locked, but the owner left a window open, which allowed a thief to reach in an unlock the vehicle.
17 days ago   Source: The Jersey Journal -
In spite of her crippling cerebral palsy, Wendy English can make her own legal decisions, vote in local and national elections, and communicate with the help of a specially programmed iPad that utters phrases she has chosen when she taps the screen.
18 days ago   Source: The Verona-Cedar Grove Times -
Water-bill woes not limited to Perth Amboy Old Bridge woman reached agreement to pay about half of her mother's high water bill Check out this story on Claire Danielczyk, 89, at her Perth Amboy home, is fighting the city's water company over a $742 quarterly water bill she received.
20 days ago   Source: Courier News -
A 26-year-old man has been arrested and charged with causing a crash that killed two people on the Garden State Parkway in Woodbridge, Middlesex County Prosecutor Andrew C. Carey and Col.
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