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Police Searching for Missing Man

October 26, 2018

SOUTH BRUNSWICK, NJ - Police issued an alert seeking help in finding a 24-year-old South Brunswick man, who was reported missing by his family Friday morning.

Authorities said Mahmoud Younes age 24 was last seen Friday morning at a friend's house in North Brunswick.  

Police say Younes is described as 6-feet tall. He was wearing blue jeans, a blue hoody, and work ...

Nutley Police Rescue Woman Locked in Burger King

NUTLEY, NJ - Officers from the Nutley Police Department responded to a 911 call on Sunday at 5 a.m. from a woman who was locked in the Burger King restaurant off Franklin Ave.

The woman fell asleep in the ladies room sometime prior to closing and woke up only to find all of the employees gone and the doors locked. 

Nutley police responded and entered the building to allow her to leave.

Police: Kenilworth Schools Super is Public Pooper

KENILWORTH, NJ — Kenilworth Schools Superintendent Thomas Tramaglini is on paid leave of absence following his recent arrest in Holmdel, where he is accused of defecating on or near the Holmdel High School athletic fields.

The 42-year-old Tramaglini was charged with lewdness, littering and defecating in public, according to Holmdel police. The charges were filed Monday, according to ...

Murphy’s Puerto Rico Relief Commission Looks to Connect Families to Resources

PERTH AMBOY - Stephanie Márquez-Villafañe, president of the student-based Puerto Rican action group Rutgers Unión Estudiantil Puertorriqueña, offers a sobering assessment of New Jersey’s Puerto Rican student community in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria, the worst hurricane to hit the U.S. territory in recorded history.

"University students have ...

Indonesians Taking Sanctuary in Highland Park Church to Return Home,

HIGHLAND PARK, NJ - Three Indonesian Christians taking sanctuary in a Highland Park church will be able to return home, after a federal judge issued an order halting their deportation.

Late Friday night, U.S. district judge Esther Salas issued a temporary restraining order to Immigrations and Custom Enforcement (ICE) agents, preventing them from moving forward with any deportation attempts of ...

Rutgers Historians Collecting 2018 Women's March Signs

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - Believe it or not, we’re living through history right now. That’s why the Rutgers University Libraries want to collect artifacts and memorabilia from the present day.

People who took part in Saturday's women's march in Morristown, or one of the "sister" marches across the state can consider donating their signs and protest memorabilia to ...

East Brunswick: "Pep Boys" To Pay $80,00 Over Allegations of Pricing Violations

TRENTON, NJ - The local Pep Boys site in East Brunswick, along wih several others around the state, has been found to have violated merchandise pricing laws, resulting in a hefty fine issued by the state.

Attorney General Christopher S. Porrino and the Division of Consumer Affairs announced that “Pep Boys,” the auto parts and service retail chain, has agreed to revise its ...

East Brunswick's Nancy Pinkin Rises in Murphy Administration

TRENTON, NJ - Local assemblywoman and former East Brunswick Township Council Member Nancy J. Pinkin was named today as head of the Environmental and Solid Waste Committee by newly-installed Speaker Craig Coughlin.  Pinkin will serve under the new administration led by incoming Governor Philip J. Murphy, the Democrat elected this past November.

Recently, Pinkin's bill requiring ...

Dog Dies after Grooming at Raritan PetSmart; SPCA and Family Seek Answers

RARITAN TWP., NJ – This is a story about Scruffles and it is not a happy one.

Scruffles was an 8-year-old bulldog, a pet loved by Danielle DiNapoli and her family. Their story has gone viral on Facebook with more than 14,000 shares and nearly 10,000 comments, leading DiNapoli to create a “Justice for Scruffles” Facebook page.

DiNapoli said she just wants answers. She ...

White Supremacist Group Posts Anti-immigration Flyers around New Brunswick

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ -  Police are investigating white supremacist flyers which were posted on George Street in downtown New Brunswick on the afternoon on December 6. 

The flyers allege "white Americans" have a "civic duty" to report undocumented immigrants to Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).

Included at the bottom of the flyer is the number to the US ...

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