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  • New Bush groping accuser says he wasn't in wheelchair

    Full Story: staradvertiser.com
    November 15

    WOODBRIDGE, N.J.>> A Broadway actress says she was groped by former President George H.W. Bush in 2009, before he started using the wheelchair that a spokesman has cited in previous apologies. Megan Elizabeth Lewis tells NJ.com that Bush was standing when he grabbed her buttocks at the performance of a musical in Houston.

    Democrats pick Coughlin as next N.J. Assembly speaker

    Full Story: nj.com
    November 13

    TRENTON -- Craig Coughlin , a little-known Middlesex County lawmaker, was chosen by his fellow Democrats Monday to become the next speaker of the state Assembly, replacing two-term incumbent Vincent Prieto . That will make Coughlin the third-most powerful elected official in the Garden State, allowing him to help set its legislative agenda by deciding which bills get put up for a vote.

  • Cold records could fall across NJ overnight

    November 10

    After an abnormally warm October, some New Jersey towns are about to break decades-old records when extreme cold grips the region overnight. After an abnormally warm October, some New Jersey towns are about to break decades-old records when extreme cold grips the region overnight.

    Man indicted on charges in fatal beating in Dunkin' Donuts parking lot

    Full Story: nj.com
    October 30

    Emmanuel John, 32, also faces charges of endangering the welfare of a child and leaving the scene of an accident, the prosecutor's office said Monday. John struck Imran Masood, 45, of the Avenel section of Woodbridge several times through Masood's open car window and then slammed the door of the limousine into his head several times, authorities said.

  • Sandy: Sayreville, Woodbridge still storm proofing

    October 28

    Five years after Hurricane Sandy decimated parts of Central Jersey, two communities are working in hopes of restoring and stabilizing once-vibrant neighborhoods that are now open space as a result of the Blue Acres Buyout Program. Five years later: Sayreville, Woodbridge works with Rutgers on floodplain restoration plan Five years after Hurricane Sandy decimated parts of Central Jersey, two communities are working in hopes of restoring and stabilizing once-vibrant neighborhoods that are now open space as a result of the Blue Acres Buyout Program.

    This Macy's Is a 'Petri Dish' for the Brand

    Full Story: www.racked.com
    October 25

    Sandy Rushing had come down to New Jersey from Worcester, Massachusetts, to watch his alma mater play Rutgers, but now he found himself sitting in a Macy's, waiting for his friend before kickoff. The countertop and empty seats he discovered near the store's central checkout - one of which Rushing now occupied - were a welcome design feature for the weary traveler.