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The Charger Bulletin September 24, 2014

“Wildwood” Taken by Caitlin Duncan, Sophomore Shot over the summer at Wildwood beach, NJ “It’s my favorite place to visit every Summer.” -Duncan

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Shannon Livewell October 17, 2012

David W. Jacobsen – “Not What I Meant” David W. Jacobsen is an independent, solo acoustic, singer/songwriter from Jersey City, New Jersey, who recently released an album of original music. “The...

Dry NJ Shore Resort Weighs Allowing Diners to BYOB

The Associated Press May 2, 2012

OCEAN CITY, N.J. (AP) — Glasses of water and fruit smoothies were the perfect complement to the buttered bagels that Sarah Lee, Susan Stauffer and their children were enjoying one afternoon in a downtown...

New Jersey Weighs New Anti-Bullying Laws

Sara J Dufort November 3, 2010

For eight years, New Jersey has tried to protect students from bullying by passing laws that encourage schools to set up anti-bullying programs. Yet with the recent suicide of a Rutgers student,...

Six Flags: More Flags, More Fun!

Lindsay Lynch April 28, 2010

This past Saturday, two busloads of students went down to Six Flags Great Adventure for a day of fun enjoying roller coasters, games, and shows. Signups were held the Wednesday before and people camped...

Officials: Cops coerced boys in NJ gang-rape case

Liz De La Torre April 15, 2010

From The Associated Press TRENTON, N.J. – The two youngest boys charged with gang-raping a 7-year-old girl last month may have been pressured into confessing and implicating others in the case, according...

N.J. Blue Law May Fade to Black

The Associated Press April 7, 2010

During a powerful storm that flooded basements, uprooted trees and left tens of thousands of families without power through a late winter weekend, residents of one New Jersey County had to wait till Monday...

Police: NJ teen sold stepsister, 7, for party sex

Liz De La Torre March 31, 2010

From The Associated Press TRENTON, N.J. – A 15-year-old New Jersey girl prostituted herself and her 7-year-old stepsister to have sex with as many as seven men and boys at a weekend party near their...

Police: Boy, 16, made racial comment at NJ Walmart

Liz De La Torre March 20, 2010

From The Associated Press WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP, N.J. – A 16-year-old boy who police said made an announcement at Walmart ordering all black people in the southern New Jersey store to leave was charged...

NJ man tells police he tossed baby off bridge

Liz De La Torre February 17, 2010

From The Associated Press WOODBRIDGE, N.J. – A man who snatched his infant daughter from the arms of her maternal grandmother while the child's mother was in court getting a restraining order against...

Small plane crashes at mid-NJ airport, killing 5

Liz De La Torre February 15, 2010

From The Associated Press WALL TOWNSHIP, N.J. – A small plane trying to land broke apart and tore through a snowy field next to a runway Monday afternoon, killing all five people aboard, including...

Church janitor charged in slaying of NJ priest

Liz De La Torre October 24, 2009

From The Associated Press MORRISTOWN, N.J. – Authorities investigating the stabbing death of a priest arrested the church janitor Saturday, alleging he stabbed the cleric 32 times with a kitchen knife...

Churchgoers mourn NJ priest found slain in rectory

Liz De La Torre October 24, 2009

From The Associated Press CHATHAM, N.J. – A crowd of about 300 parishioners gathered for Saturday morning Mass at St. Patrick's Church, a day after their pastor was found slain his clerical robes...

NJ teens sue over ‘God Bless America’ ejection

Liz De La Torre September 15, 2009

From The Associated Press TRENTON, N.J. – Three teenagers who say they were tossed from a New Jersey ballpark over their refusal to stand during the song "God Bless America" are suing the minor league...

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