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NJCU To Hold 33rd Annual Media Arts...

NJCU To Hold 33rd Annual Media Arts Showcase At Landmark Loew's On May 14

Media Arts Department will hold its 33rd annual "Media Arts Department Showcase" of film, video, and digital media by 2015 graduates on , at the Landmark Loew's Jersey Theatre, 54 Journal Square in Jersey City. A reception in the theatre lobby will follow the screenings.

Weehawken man charged with threaten...

Weehawken man charged with threatening Hoboken officer with knives

William Johnson, of Weehawken, appears at Central Judicial Processing court in Jersey City via video link from the Hudson County jail in Kearny on Monday, May 4, 2015. Reena Rose Sibayan The brother of a Weehawken police sergeant allegedly waved knives at police officers as they tried to arrest him on Saturday in Hoboken and told them they were going to have to kill him because he was not going back to prison, officials said.

Four face significant drug counts r...

Four face significant drug counts related to a single Jersey City address

JERSEY CITY -- Four people have been charged with significant drug counts linked to a single residence on Gardner Street in Jersey City where police say a gun was also found, officials said. Joey Timberlake, 53, Linnette Bunch, 50, Virginia Hutchinson, 73 -- all of 61 Gardner Ave. -- made their first court appearances on the charges this afternoon in Central Judicial Processing court in Jersey.

Essex County man indicted in Jersey...

Essex County man indicted in Jersey City bill-paying scam

Germaine Theodore, 35, of Maplewood, stole at least $48,000 from clients through his purported bill payment and debt consolidation business, Save My Future, which had an office on Atlantic Street in Jersey City, acting Attorney General John J. Hoffman said. Theodore, who was indicted in February with stealing $250,000 from clients of his Maplewood firm, TGC Movement, Inc., opened Save My Future after he was charged with stealing from clients of TGC Movement.

Ex-Bayonne business administrator's...

Ex-Bayonne business administrator's trial on theft, forgery charges postponed until June

JERSEY CITY -- A former Bayonne business administrator's trial on charges of theft and forgery has been postponed to June 16, according to the chambers of Superior Court Judge Paul DePascale. Peter Cresci, who was appointed Bayonne's business administrator in Nov. 2008 and fired in May 2009 after former Mayor Mark Smith took office, was indicted in July 2013 for allegedly forging a signature on a settlement agreement and unlawfully taking $25,000 without informing a client.

Leaders of for-profit schools in N....

Leaders of for-profit schools in N.J., N.Y. plead guilty to fraud scheme, authorities say

Three top executives at for-profit schools with campuses in New Jersey pleaded guilty last week in connection with two fraud schemes, authorities said. Three top executives at for-profit schools with campuses in New York and New Jersey face up to 10 years in prison for their roles in fraud schemes involving student visas and financial aid, authorities said.

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Finding Scandal in New York and New...

Finding Scandal in New York and New Jersey, but No Shame

The George Washington Bridge scandal is its own species of crazy; what distinguishes the charges against Dean G. Skelos, the New York Senate leader, and his son is the apparent absence of a survival instinct.
2 With Ties to Christie Plead Not G...

2 With Ties to Christie Plead Not Guilty in Bridge Scandal

Bill Baroni and Bridget Anne Kelly face federal charges that they participated in a conspiracy to disrupt traffic leading to the George Washington Bridge.
Ghostly Voices From Thomas Edison?s...

Ghostly Voices From Thomas Edison?s Dolls Can Now Be Heard

New technology allows the nursery rhymes on the talking toys? cylinders, the first entertainment recordings, to be played without being touched.
Christie?s Grip on Republican Polit...

Christie?s Grip on Republican Politics in New Jersey Shows Signs of Slipping

Even a gentle inching away from Gov. Chris Christie would represent a significant departure for New Jersey Republicans, who have tied their fortunes to the governor?s since 2009.
3 New Jersey Officials Are Cleared ...

3 New Jersey Officials Are Cleared of Coercion Against Hoboken Mayor

Mayor Dawn Zimmer had accused the Christie administration of threatening to withhold hurricane relief aid unless she approved a project backed by the governor.
Christie?s Camp Mobilizes to Salvag...

Christie?s Camp Mobilizes to Salvage White House Hopes

As the federal indictments for the lane closings on the George Washington Bridge were announced, Gov. Chris Christie and his aides were reaching out to donors and supporters.

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Hanley Ramirez sprains shoulder sla...

Hanley Ramirez sprains shoulder slamming into wall

Red Sox left fielder Hanley Ramirez was removed from the first inning of Monday night's game against the Tampa Bay Rays after spraining his left shoulder when he ran into the wall.
'Draw the Prophet' Group Spent $10,...

'Draw the Prophet' Group Spent $10,000 on Security

Security included GI security officers, uniformed officers, SWAT, FBI and ATF.
Manny Pacquiao needs surgery to fix...

Manny Pacquiao needs surgery to fix 'significant tear' in right shoulder

Manny Pacquiao will have surgery on the torn rotator cuff in his right shoulder this week, and he will be out nine months to a year, according to Pacquiao's surgeon, Dr. Neal ElAttrache.
Robinson Chirinos' sac fly in 9th l...

Robinson Chirinos' sac fly in 9th lifts Rangers past streaking Astros

Robinson Chirinos hit a tiebreaking sacrifice fly in the ninth inning, and the Texas Rangers snapped Houston's 10-game winning streak with a 2-1 win over the Astros on Monday night.
Periscope a focus in concern over l...

Periscope a focus in concern over lost Mayweather-Pacquiao PPV orders

Piracy of the Floyd Mayweather-Manny Pacquiao title fight on unsanctioned streams from Periscope has come into focus as a substantial concern and possible cause of lost pay-per-view orders.
Derrick Rose, Pau Gasol help Bulls ...

Derrick Rose, Pau Gasol help Bulls hold off short-handed Cavs in opener

Derrick Rose scored 25 points and Pau Gasol added 21, leading the Chicago Bulls to a 99-92 victory over the short-handed Cleveland Cavaliers in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference semifinals.

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