MONROE, NJ - Alyssa Mido drove in five runs to lead J.P. Stevens to a 9-3 softball victory over Monroe on Wednesday.
Softball: J.P. Stevens Beats Monroe, 9-3
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By TOM HAYDONJuly 11, 2018
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By TAPINTO EDISON STAFF & U.S. ATTORNEY'S OFFICEJuly 10, 2018
TRENTON, N.J. – An Edison man was sentenced today to 120 months in prison for his role in a conspiracy to distribute 140 kilograms of narcotics in New Jersey, U.S. Attorney Craig Carpenito announced.
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By TOM HAYDONJuly 10, 2018
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By TAPINTOEDISON STAFFJuly 9, 2018
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By VICTORIA CARUSOJuly 7, 2018
SOUTH PLAINFIELD, NJ – A bill signed into law by New Jersey’s governor last week means transgender residents can legally change their gender on their birth certificates.
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