June 18, 2013
- BAYONNE — Authorities say a Bayonne, N.J., student was arrested at her eighth-grade graduation after marijuana cigarettes were found in her purse.
- WOODBURY — A New Jersey police officer has pleaded not guilty to charges accusing him of making a bogus drunken driving arrest of a politician last year.
- TRENTON — A former New Jersey secretary of state and head of a federal voting commission is urging Gov. Chris Christie to reconsider holding a special election for U.S. Senate 20 days before the Nov. 5 general election.
June 17, 2013
- TRENTON — Though Gov. Chris Christie is sure to shoot it down, Democratic lawmakers are still trying to move this year's general election to mid-October.
- AVON — The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection and a shore community will receive more than $53 million in federal reimbursement for the cost of removing debris from waterways after Superstorm Sandy.
- TRENTON — Two bills allowing New Jersey students regardless of immigration status to pay reduced in-state tuition rates were cleared Monday by the Assembly Budget Committee.
- HADDON TOWNSHIP — Just a few weeks after getting his job back, Haddon Township High School Athletic Director Alan Carr has submitted his intent to retire.
- TRENTON — Female legislators are making another attempt to restore the funding for women's health centers that Gov. Chris Christie cut from the budget.
- TRENTON — A New Jersey Senate panel is expected to advance two election-related bills that Gov. Christie has labeled 'dead on arrival.'
- A suspended Succasunna dentist who was accused in April of soliciting sex from women in exchange for writing prescriptions for painkillers pleaded guilty today to unlawfully dispensing a controlled dangerous substance.