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Missing Mountain Lakes Teen Has Been Found

November 14, 2018

MORRISTOWN, NJ - Law enforcement officials have stated that Thomas Kolding, the missing 15 teenager from Mountain Lakes, has been found. According to police, he is safe.

Kolding has been missing since October 30. Law enforcement confirmed that he traveled by train from Denville to Newark – Broad Street Station. From there, he traveled by train from Broad Street ...

Camden Mayor Wants to Replace Graffiti with Murals

CAMDEN, NJ— Around 11 a.m. on Wednesday, the walls underneath and around the PATCO overpass at the corner of Mt. Vernon Street and Mt. Ephraim Avenue were covered with graffiti. By just a little after noon, the spray paint was nearly all gone.

Soon, that could be the case for the entire City of Camden.

Mayor Frank Moran Wednesday announced the city’s “war on ...

Former Kenilworth School Superintendent Pleads Guilty to One Charge, Prosecutors Flush Two Others

HOLMDEL, NJ –  Former Kenilworth Schools Superintendent Thomas Tramaglini pled guilty to defecating under the bleachers at the Holmdel High School athletic fields.

The 42-year-old Tramaglini was charged with lewdness, littering and defecating in public, according to Holmdel police. Holmdel police said the investigation that led to Tramaglini’s arrest was initiated by ...

Reporter Killed by Car in Randolph Exited Ride Before Reaching Home, say Police

RANDOLPH, NJ – A local news reporter who died Oct. 14 after being struck by a car in Randolph got out of an Uber or other rideshare vehicle before reaching her Randolph residence, police said today.

The woman, Lindsay Ireland, 26, had been at a Hopatcong restaurant with the family members earlier in the evening, according to Randolph police. They said she and her relatives called the car ...

A New Business School Building in the Works for Rutgers-Camden

CAMDEN, NJ— A new business school building is in the works at Rutgers-University Camden.

“It is quite feasible for us to have a business school building in the next several years," University Chancellor Phoebe Haddon said at the Rutgers Board of Governors meeting on Thursday. 

“Most universities in the area that are our size have an up-to-date, state-of-the-art ...

FEMA Forgives Belmar’s $4.4 Million Loan for Superstorm Sandy Recovery

BELMAR, NJ — Belmar will not have to pay back a $4.4 million federal community disaster loan after completing a tedious process that documented how the borough used the funds for its recovery from Superstorm Sandy.

The borough learned last week that the Federal Emergency Management Agency has forgiven the loan, which it received to help the borough remain fiscally stable after the ...

Rutgers Opens Autism Research Center

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - Rutgers University has opened research center to study the treatment and service needs for people with autism spectrum disorders that will allow an advisory board of parents and advocates of the disability community to identify unmet needs.

Based in New Brunswick, the New Jersey Autism Center of Excellence is funded through the Governor's Council for ...

Hawthorne Mayor Explains Why "Charitable" Property Tax Payments Won't Work

TRENTON, NJ - Could municipalities and counties be supported by tax-deductible contributions from property owners?  Trenton is looking to implement a voluntary framework for those entities to do that, in response to the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 which limits State And Local Tax (SALT) deductions to $10,000.  According to the Department of Community Affairs, the average tax rate for ...

Bergen County Sheriff Saudino Resigns After Racially Insensitive Remarks

HACKENSACK, NJ -- Bergen County Sheriff Michael Saudino resigned late Friday after a growing chorus of local, state and federal officials called for his resignation following an explosive report from the public radio station WNYC in which the Sheriff is caught making racially insensitive remarks characterizing state officials.

Saudino, who was first elected as a Republican ...

Rutgers President Barchi Staying 2 More Years

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - Rutgers University President Robert Barchi has agreed to continue in that position for two more years, university officials said.

Members of the university board of governors asked him to remain at least two more years, and he agreed, officials said.

“Bob Barchi has been a remarkable leader for Rutgers,” board president Sandy Stewart said.  He said ...


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