July 31, 2014 Edition
Cricket a growing sport in central New Jersey
That funny game with a bat and ball, wickets and players in white dress uniforms is beginning to tak...
Rescued horses hoping to find forever homes
Seven horses were recently saved from slaughter — a result of public outrage and a swift react...
Allentown issues bond for fire payment
A llentown officials have voted to seek an emergency appropriation of $185,000 and to issue bonds fo...
Immigrant children arriving
Children who are fleeing Central American nations to escape crime, violence and poverty are finding ...
N.J residents are choosing to ‘skip the trip’
I t was about a year ago that the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission (MVC) began mailing its first ...
Domenico “Domenick” Albarella
Mr. Albarella, 50, of Millstone, passed away suddenly on Sunday, July 20, 2014, at CentraState Medic...
Bayern goes wire-to-wire in $1 million Haskell win
Thoroughbred race trainer Bob Baffert seldom plays the role of spoiler. That’s especially tru...
Allentown’s Jonas places 12th at national rifle competition
Rifle sharpshooter Dan Jonas of Allentown finished 12th overall at the National Rifle Association (N...
The Prudential Center announced it will host the second annual Liberty Hockey Invitational on Oct. 3...
Allentown Legion baseball falls short of state playoffs
ALLENTOWN A llentown’s American Legion baseball team fell short of making the state playoffs w...
Gloria Nilson & Co. closed $1.34 billion in sales, ranks second in New Jersey
A fter closing more than $1.34 billion in transactions in 2013, Gloria Nilson & Co. Real Estate ...
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