NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—Only one of the city’s two major hospitals held public meetings in compliance with state law this year, according to the state Department of Health (DOH) website. With just two days left to provide the required legal notice for a meeting taking place in 2020, Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital (RWJUH) is conspicuously […]
Eleven provisional ballots, which could contain legitimate votes, were found “unopened” almost three weeks after Election Day and three days after the official results were certified. Middlesex County election officials also confirmed they counted at least seven votes cast on mail-in ballots that had been reported stolen, and it is not possible to remove these suspect votes from the final results.
Two corrections officers at the Middlesex County Adult Corrections Center were suspended after being charged with crimes in 2019, but county officials won’t say who they are or what they did.
Just one week after releasing their fall football schedule, the COVID-19 pandemic has forced Rutgers University and the rest of their athletic conference to delay all games and competitions until next year.
As the COVID-19 pandemic slammed New Jersey, a former Governor sprung into action, this time as a lobbyist for corporations.
A Woodbridge Councilman who Governor Phil Murphy has made the county’s Interim Superintendent of Schools in 2018 has quietly recommended the closure of New Brunswick’s Lincoln Annex School.
The police lieutenant in charge of handling domestic violence and school matters used a city-owned cell phone to stalk and harass a young woman, sending her lewd pictures taken at police headquarters.