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Man jumps off Driscoll Bridge State Police, U.S. Coast Guard and Perth Amboy police and firefighters search for jumper Check out this story on State Police have been joined by members of the U.S. Coast Guard and the Perth Amboy Police and Fire Departments in searching for a man who reportedly jumped off the Driscoll Bridge Tuesday. State Trooper Alina Spies said troopers were dispatched to the Driscoll Bridge in Woodbridge around 7:44 a.m. after a witness reported seeing a man jump over the side the bridge.
4 hours ago   Source: Courier News -
A meteor that blazed through the night sky in the Mid-Atlantic region on Sunday likely entered the Earth's atmosphere near the middle of Pennsylvania, experts said, giving residents from Virginia to New Hampshire a rare treat. While meteors are common, experts say most of the time they aren't seen because they either pass over oceans or uninhabited areas, or occur during the day.
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WOODBRIDGE, NJ Sujan Puar is no stranger to the Senior Olympics which have been held in Woodbridge for the past six years. This year, Mr. Puar took 2nd place in the 1500 meter race walk.
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A 5K road race will set off in the Raritan Center on Sept. 21 to help rebuild James Monroe Elementary School and to improve the writing skills of students at Woodbridge School 25 in Fords.
6 days ago   Source: The Jersey Journal -
The Office of the Mayor, Municipal Council, the Woodbridge Interfaith Clergy Council, the Woodbridge Township Emergency Response community, and the Woodbridge Township Veterans Alliance, will host an Interfaith Memorial Service to commemorate the 13th Anniversary of the September 11, 2001 attacks on the World Trade Center, Pentagon, and the heroic actions of the citizens aboard United Airlines Flight 93. The service will honor the nine Woodbridge Township residents who tragically lost their lives in the 9/11 terror attack, the Woodbridge Township First Responder community and the many faiths and ethnicities that make Woodbridge one community.
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Want to be successful? Redesign a lamp when you're 8 Ben Salomon started Specialty Lighting Industries in Ocean Township in 1993.
13 days ago   Source: Asbury Park Press -
WOODBRIDGE - An accident is blocking two northbound lanes of the Garden State Parkway this morning following an accident with injuries north of Exit 129, according to
14 days ago   Source: The Jersey Journal -
South Brunswick Police in conjunction with Franklin Police have arrested three suspects in conjunction with a series of crimes early Friday morning.
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The Blue Acres program seeks to buy homes from willing sellers in areas that have been plagued by flooding and return the land to open spaces.
20 days ago   Source: Brookale Public Radio -
A Crampton Avenue home was the first property that the state purchased in Woodbridge through its post-Hurricane Sandy buyout program.
22 days ago   Source: The Jersey Journal -
Colonia American Legion picnic helps Brianna Feeney The picnic brought in about $6,000 and donations still are coming in Check out this story on The Colonia American Legion hosting an Old Fashioned Summer Picnic fundraiser Saturday in the Colonia section of Woodbridge for a South Plainfield girl who was ... (more)
22 days ago   Source: Courier News -
A Middlesex County man has been sentenced to five years in prison for performing unlicensed asbestos work at numerous homes and schools, including some in Hackettstown and Union Township .
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Beginning with this school year, all graduating high school seniors will be required to pass a CPR course as part of their high school curriculum.
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A New Jersey man who performed unsafe asbestos removal work at several schools and homes has been sentenced to five years in prison.
24 days ago   Source: New Jersey Herald -
LIVINGSTON, NJ This fall, New Jersey state law will require graduating high school students to learn CPR, and Livingston Public Schools has already put a program in place.
24 days ago   Source: The Alternative Press -
TRENTON, NJ Acting Attorney General John J. Hoffman announced that a Woodbridge man was sentenced to state prison today for performing unsafe asbestos work at John Marshall Elementary School in Edison and numerous other schools and homes through his unlicensed business, Citadel Environmental Consultants.
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Dr. Steven Chase Brigham speaks with one of his attorneys as he waits to appear before the Board of Medical Examiners in this 2010 file photo.
26 days ago   Source: The Jersey Journal -
Two new state laws that go into effect Sept. 1, 2014l will have an immediate effect on New Jersey students, teachers and administrators, said Mathiew Nelessen, regional CEO, American Red Cross North Jersey Region.
26 days ago   Source: The Alternative Press -
Princeton's Health Officer Jeffrey C. Grosser is warning residents, especially those in the Linden Lane area, to keep a safe distance if they discover bats inside their homes and to call the Princeton Police Department or the Animal Control Officer.
27 days ago   Source: Town Topics -
"Keep Calm and Return Fire" denied a former marine entry into a famous New Jersey theme park, but now the company is attempting to make up for their mistake.
28 days ago   Source: WKXW-FM Trenton -