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  1. Beach Passes Already Sold Out For This Jersey Shore Town

    Beach Passes Already Sold Out For This Jersey Shore Town

    Beach passes for the 2021 season are already sold out for one Jersey Shore town.The 5,500 passes that were allotted for this year were on sale for $110 in December, NJ.com reports. Not many knew the passes were on sale, as they had been announced last month in a newsletter, read mostly by locals.Even more frustrating to residents, more than half of the passes were allegedly sold to ...

  2. Glitch Allows General New Jersey Population To Register For Vaccine

    Glitch Allows General New Jersey Population To Register For Vaccine

    The only New Jersey residents eligible for the vaccine are residents in the 1a and 1b brackets: Health care workers, first responders and other frontline workers.But a glitch in the system at Hackensack Meridian Health is wrongly allowing the general public to register for the vaccine, ABC7 reports.The glitch presents itself as a link in the MyChart system -- a patient portal within the ...

  3. New Jersey's Marsha Zazula Dies, 68

    New Jersey's Marsha Zazula Dies, 68

    Megaforce Records co-founder and New Jersey resident Marsha Zazula died on Sunday, Jan. 10.She was 68 years old.According to Variety, Zazula died after battling cancer."The world of music owes a debt of gratitude to Marsha Zazula, who along with her husband Jon gave birth to some of the most musically significant artists," Megaforce said in a statement. "Marsha was one of a kind and ...

  4. UPenn Students Say Professor Who Used Nazi Language, Salute During Panel Should Be Fired

    UPenn Students Say Professor Who Used Nazi Language, Salute During Panel Should Be Fired

    University of Pennsylvania canceled classes for students of a well-known archaeology professor accusing of using Nazi rhetoric and performing a Nazi salute to berate a young female panelist during an annual conference last week.Robert Schuyler was among several archaeology experts in the conference, happening hours after Trump supporters stormed the U.S. Capitol last ...

  5. WINNER: $1M Mega Millions Ticket Sold At New Jersey Bagel Shop

    WINNER: $1M Mega Millions Ticket Sold At New Jersey Bagel Shop

    Someone in New Jersey is out there feeling like a million bucks.A winning New Jersey Lottery ticket from the Friday, Jan. 8 Mega Millions drawing was sold at a Camden County bagel shop.The ticket, winning the $1 million prize, was purchased from Jersey Bagel & Food Mart, 609 Sicklerville Road, in Sicklerville.The winning numbers were 03, 06, 16, 18, and 58. The Gold Mega Ball ...

  6. WINNERS: Four Powerball Tickets Good For $50K & $100K Sold In New Jersey

    WINNERS: Four Powerball Tickets Good For $50K & $100K Sold In New Jersey

    Three New Jersey Lottery tickets good for $50,000 and one for $100,000 were sold across the state.The tickets from the Saturday, Jan. 9, drawing were purchased with the Power Play option, multiplying the prize to $100,000. One of the locations sold a winning CASH4LIFE ticket last week, and a wining Powerball ticket last month.The winning tickets were sold at the following ...

  7. Newark Police Bust 'Selfish' Irvington Women For Throwing Massive Soccer Parties

    Newark Police Bust 'Selfish' Irvington Women For Throwing Massive Soccer Parties

    A pair of Irvington women were arrested for throwing two massive parties featuring soccer matches over the weekend in Newark, authorities said.Rosa E. Mainato, 23, and Fanny Camas, 27, were charged with maintaining an unlicensed liquor establishment, illegal sale of liquor, and unlawful possession of alcohol, Newark Public Safety Director Anthony F. Ambrose said.“It’s incredible ...

  8. Comcast Worker Busts Man Cutting Cables That Caused Mass Bucks County Outage

    Comcast Worker Busts Man Cutting Cables That Caused Mass Bucks County Outage

    A Comcast worker busted a man cutting fiber optic cables causing a mass outage in Bucks County Saturday, authorities said.The Comcast field maintenance operator told Fall Township police he was near Tyburn Road and Woolston Drive when he saw an older, male pickup driver in an area located adjacent to a railroad embankment around 12:20 p.m. Jan. 9, police said.Multiple outages in the ...

  9. Man Accused Of Sexually Assaulting Teen In Motel Apprehended In Rockland County

    Man Accused Of Sexually Assaulting Teen In Motel Apprehended In Rockland County

    A 33-year-old man accused of luring and sexually assaulted a 13-year-old child in a motel last November was apprehended in Rockland County, authorities said.Michael Torenheim, of Brooklyn, was captured in Spring Valley by members of the US Marshals Office, New Jersey State Police and Wall Township Police Department, Monmouth County Prosecutor Christopher J. Gramiccioni said.No ...

  10. US Marshals Capture Brooklyn Man Accused Of Sexually Assaulting Teen In Central Jersey Motel

    US Marshals Capture Brooklyn Man Accused Of Sexually Assaulting Teen In Central Jersey Motel

    A 33-year-old Brooklyn, NY man was jailed on accusations he lured and sexually assaulted a 13-year-old child in a Central Jersey motel last November, authorities said.Michael Torenheim was captured in Spring Valley, NY, by members of the U.S. Marshals Office, New Jersey State Police and Wall Township Police Department, Monmouth County Prosecutor Christopher J. Gramiccioni said.No ...

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