By JESSICA WRIXON
On Oct. 16, Democrat Cory Booker, ex-mayor of Newark, was elected the new senator of New Jersey, winning by a mere 10 percent against Steve Lonegan, the Republican mayor of small town Bogota.
After votes were tallied on Monday evening, the results showed that Booker won the election, gaining 55 percent of votes when Lonegan...Read more →
By JESSICA WRIXON
Cresskill Fire Department, a department that is both paid and volunteer, were informed in mid September that they will be moving a step closer to being a prestigiously recognized fire department in Bergen County through their hard work and dedication to the community.
On Sept. 18, the Cresskill Fire Department, as well as...Read more →
By JASMINE DURSUN
One of the newest New Jersey housewives has been causing an uproar this past month, and it isn’t because she’s been having altercations with her co-stars on The Real Housewives of New Jersey.
Melissa Gorga’s new advice book, Love Italian Style, gives readers insight about the steamy marriage that she and her husband,...Read more →
By RYAN MCGRATH
In the aftermath of the tragic shootings that took place at the Washington Naval Yard on Sept. 16, there are still many questions left unanswered in regards to the reasoning as to why Aaron Alexis to went through with the shootings.
The events occurred on early Monday morning when Alexis entered the Naval...Read more →
By RYAN MCGRATH
Faulty electrical wires caused the blaze that leveled businesses across four blocks of the Seaside Heights boardwalk, officials said. Less than a year after Super Storm Sandy devastated the Jersey Shore, the fire that broke out at a Kohr’s Frozen Custard in Seaside Heights Sept. 12 immediately spread to dozens of local...Read more →
By LISA QUAGLINO
Many students today hold jobs that pay less than minimum wage on an hourly basis and rely on tips to supplement their paychecks. As a result of today’s economy, however, tips have become smaller, but wages have not increased.
In the state of New Jersey, according to minimumwage.org, a tipped employee is anyone...Read more →
By BRIAN NAZZARO
Cuba’s Castro brothers are preparing to make way for a new generation of leadership. The move comes amid the deteriorating health of Fidel and the aging of both him and his brother, current president, Raúl Castro.
There is a new National Assembly in place and they have appointed Miguel Díaz-Canel to the vice-presidency....Read more →
By BRIANNA FARULLA
Things are going to get messy, yet colorful in New Jersey this summer. MetLife Stadium will be hosting Color Me Rad 5K on July 21.
Hoards of people are expected to meet at the starting line at 8 a.m. while decked out in their clean, white attire. However, by the end of the...Read more →
By KATIE BRUNO
The sun is going down, the band is starting, drinks are pouring, and crowds are piling in. This is a typical summer Sunday at Donovan’s Reef in Sea Bright, New Jersey. Donovan’s is the only beach bar in all of Monmouth County, and one of the only bars located on the actual...Read more →
By ELINA TARKAZIKIS
New Jersey is more than the state of fist-pumping and guidos. Actually, much of New Jersey is not that way at all, and most of its citizens are not fans of that association. Some viewers are hoping a new show will change the state’s image.
Oct. 4 marks the date of the infamous...Read more →