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Governor Christie Wants Convicted Trooper Killer Rerturned from Cuba

letter 1In a letter to President Obama, Governor Christie demanded that New Jersey State Trooper killer Joanne Chesimard be returned to New Jersey to complete her sentence. Read more ›

Money Talks – A Pity it Can’t Ask your Boss for a Raise

dale[ADVERTORIAL] Starting Sunday December 28th. Only a few slots left! The Dale Carnegie Course.

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Gas Prices Continue to Drop: Dips Below $2 per Gallon in Lakewood

gas golf 12-20-14Gas prices have once again become a topic of conversation – especially around the holiday season with travelers looking forward to the extra savings.

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PHOTO: Keep an Eye on Your Menorah

menorah fireThis reader-submitted photo shows the remains of a pre-filled oil glass after it suddenly became engulfed in flames.

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Senate Releases First Wave of Bills to Address State’s Heroin Epidemic

heroin drugThe State Senate today approved six bills aimed at fighting the heroin and prescription drug epidemic that is affecting New Jersey, an epidemic that has grown so large that Read more ›

VIDEO & PHOTOS: PBA Local 71, FMBA Local 80 & Interact Club Distribute Hundreds of Coats to the Needy in 5th Annual Coat Drive

pba 1On Friday, the PBA Local 71 - with the assistance of the FMBA Local 80 and the Interact Club - held their 5th annual Winter Coat Drive and Soup Kitchen Read more ›

AUDIO: Peretz Eichler Interviews Congresswoman Maloney on Restitution to Survivors of Nazi Transports & Stopping Payments to Ex-Nazis

peretz eichler AUDIO: News anchor and commentator Peretz Eichler interviews congresswoman Carolyn Maloney on Congressional action to stop the French Rail company from U.S. contracts until restitution to survivors Read more ›

Sony’s Capitulation – Is America letting the Terrorists Win?

SonysCapitulationBy Rabbi Shraga Simmons, Aish. Lots of folks are pondering the implications of the cancelled release of The Interview, Sony’s satirical film about the Read more ›

New Jersey State PBA President Patrick Colligan Statement on the Execution of two NYPD officers

nypdOur prayers go out to the family and friends of the officers killed today. These two officers did what so many of us due everyday when we put on our uniform, leave our families behind,

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Assembly Panel Releases Bill to Expand Access to DNA Testing & Exonerate the Wrongfully Convicted

ciu_lpd_investigating_at_high_pointLegislation sponsored by Assembly Democrats Gordon Johnson (D-Bergen), Charles Mainor (D-Hudson) and Whip Wilson (D-Camden/Gloucester) to help clear the wrongfully Read more ›

Over 2.4 Million New Jersey Residents to travel 50 Miles or More During Upcoming Holidays

traffic gsp tlsAAA Mid-Atlantic projections indicate that over 2.4 million New Jersey residents will travel 50 miles or more from home for Christmas and New Year’s, an increase  of 4.4% Read more ›

Passing of Mrs. Ethel Schaer A”H, Mother of Assemblyman Gary Schaer

candleWe regret to inform you of the passing of Mrs. Ethel Schaer A”H, the mother of Assemblyman Gary Schaer.

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EXCLUSIVE: Punished Christian Army Chaplain Wins Support of Observant Jewish Chaplains

berdugo on fighter jetYeshiva Pirchei Shoshanim based in Lakewood, N.J. an official “endorsing agency” for Torah Observant Jewish chaplains has come out strongly in support of legal Read more ›

In Honor of Chanukah and Shloshim, Send a Letter to the Families of Har Nof Massacre Victims; Letters to be Published in Book for Families

har nofThis week marked the shloshim of those who perished in the Har Nof attack. In honor of the Shloshim, the following idea was suggested Read more ›

36 Minyanim for Mincha at Kol Shimshon Erev Shabbos Chanukah

kol shimshon tlsToday, Erev Shabbos Chanukah, there will be 36 Minyanim for Mincha at Kol Shimshon. The first Minyan will be at 12:24, then 12:30 and then every five Read more ›