Overnight, officials with three unions representing thousands of Rutgers University teachers called for their members to return to work five days after launching a historic strike effort.
A group of dolphins apparently made their way into the Raritan River this week, attracting onlookers from New Brunswick and Highland Park.
A city employee assigned to read water meters transported a gunshot victim to the hospital after a domestic violence shooting left the 36-year-old man wounded on Lee Avenue.
Eunice Dwumfour, an up-and-coming public servant, was killed in a hail of gunfire near her home in the Parlin section of the borough at approximately 7:20pm on February 1.
Officials admitted that a grown woman who posed as a teen girl was able to attend classes at the city’s high school for several days after enrolling with fake documents.
The government has been quietly paying City Councilman Glenn Fleming’s legal bills in an ongoing sexual harassment case, even though a judge has ruled that the allegations are unrelated to his position.
One of the high-powered members of Rutgers University’s Board of Governors has been tapped to join a federal board to advise The White House.
Mark Angelson, a corporate executive who lives in New York but also leads the $4 billion State University of New Jersey, will join the President’s Intelligence Advisory Board (PIAB).