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All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘New Jersey’

Chris Christie Looking Slimmer, Ready To Campaign?

Chris Christie is looking slimmer and a little more fit these days! Could this be to squash those who criticize the heavyweight politician for being to unhealthy to run for president? Experts estimate that Christie has lost about 85 pounds. After admitting in May of last year that he had undergone lap band surgery, Christie’s cardiologist said that the governor …

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Snowy Owls Coming South For Food, Say Experts

Some people as far south as Tenessee might be surprised to see an unusual bird in their backyards this spring. Great Snowy Owls have been spotted this year in some very extraordinary places, thanks to what experts are saying is a perfectly normal occurrence in nature, according to CBS. There has been an especially wild influx of the beautiful creatures …

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Pulaski Skyway Closure: Making It Less Painful

This is the reality: The closure of the Pulaski Skyway begins a two year commuter hell of the worst kind. You’re going to have to suck it up and deal with this inconvenience in the best possible terms for the agonizing duration. When it comes to getting where you need to without the Pulaski Skyway, nothing beats good planning. Take …

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Pulaski Skyway Northbound Lanes Closed for Two Years

Commuters are being urged to use alternate routes while the northbound lanes of the Pulaski Skyway are closed beginning on Saturday and will remain closed for the next two years. Repairs to the Manhattan-bound side of the three-and-a-half mile bridge include replacing roadway decks, railings, and drainage systems. The project is expected to cost an estimated $1 billion. Approximately 40,000 commuters …

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Student Gets Psych. Evaluation For Pencil Twirling

Listen. It’s okay to have your Nerf Guns, your first person shooter video games, and maybe your second amendment – but by God, if you even so much as engage in pencil gymnastics suggesting anything more than mere stimulation out of boredom, you’re probably insane or a terrorist. The location is Glen Meadow Middle school in Vernon Township, New Jersey. …

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Rachel Canning: Sued NJ Parents, Gets Tuition Paid

The news that Rachel Canning, the teen who made national news over suing her parents, is now a scholarship student has some huffing indignantly. Canning was the subject of much media scrutiny due to her disrespectful behavior towards her parents. The New Jersey couple had enough of their teen’s bad attitude and put her out. The 18-year-old then sued to …

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Tesla Fight in Jersey Gets Anthony Weiner Comment

Despite his misfortune of being a fellow named “Weiner” who got caught up in a scandal of his own making for sending pics of his Johnson to someone, the former U.S. Representative from New York is still amazingly relevant. Anthony Weiner isn’t going away. His latest public move was to write an op-ed piece for Business Insider that came as …

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Man Robs Same Store After Jail Release

In a move that sounds like something out of Raising Arizona, a man has been hauled off to jail after robbing a Stride Rite shoe store. Make that, hauled back off to jail, after robbing the same Stride Rite store that landed him in jail in the first place. According to Fox News, Christopher Miller had just been released from …

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Chris Christie Cleared in Internal Probe

An internal probe paid for by the governor of New Jersey has cleared Chris Christie in any involvement in the George Washington Bridge lane closure scandal. “Our investigation found that Governor Christie did not know of the lane realignment beforehand and had no involvement in the decision to realign the lanes,” NBC News quoted the report, saying the governor “made …

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Chris Christie Battles More Protests Than Ever

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is no stranger to shouting protestors. In fact, the governor has built a reputation on not being afraid to tell people off at live events when they disturb his oratory. Because disrupting a Christie event has failed to get much traction, most people had stopped doing it. All it seemed to accomplish was to throw …

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$460,000 in Quarters: NJ Gov’t Employee Confesses to Theft

One New Jersey man obviously took his coin-collecting hobby a little too far. Government employee Thomas Rica pleaded guilty to four counts of third-degree theft on Wednesday. The 43-year-old admitted to the Hackensack Supreme Court that he had stolen at least $460,000 in quarters while working in Ridgewood village as a public works inspector. He was initially arrested in 2013 after a …

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Man Blackmailed After Responding to Craigslist Sex Ad with Naked Photo

My mother always told me “Josh, never send naked selfies to people you don’t know on the internet.” That was her favorite mom warning, apart from “Josh, don’t blackmail people.” Moms are so smart. A Philadelphia man has pleaded guilty to second-degree theft by extortion and is looking at a 5-year prison sentence after he blackmailed a man who sent …

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