It's an uncontested race for the Millburn BOE, after all

One of the four contenders for three open seats on the Millburn Board of Education dropped out of the race this week.

Court upholds ban on gun sales to marijuana card holders

A federal appeals court in San Francisco has ruled the government’s ban does not violate the 2nd Amendment.

Prosecutors ask federal judge to keep defendant's ID a secret

Fearing for the safety of a witness, federal prosecutors have taken the rare step of asking a judge to close the courtroom and keep the defendant’s identity secret when a guilty plea is entered in a case involving a violent drug gang.

Paterson mayor announces $15K reward in three recent homicides

City officials on Wednesday announced the creation of a $15,000 reward fund for information leading to arrests and convictions in the three homicides that hit Paterson over the past five days.

North Jersey immigrant advocates among those arrested at Trump Tower

Eight immigrant advocates were protesting Wednesday when they blocked the entrance of Trump Tower to highlight the work of undocumented laborers on the Manhattan skyscraper.

Christie vetoes bill to boost oversight of Bergen Regional Medical Center

Christie said that while he agrees with the bill’s plan to allow counties to create a hospital authority, the bill has “problematic reforms, such as mandates on prevailing wages and project labor agreements, that he said are “not sound policy.”

Allendale is dealing with bullying the right way

The school district is on the right track in dealing with bullying.

Hermine could end Florida's unusual 11-year hurricane drought

Tropical Storm Hermine is forecast to make landfall either as a strong tropical storm or weak hurricane Thursday afternoon or evening, likely in the Big Bend region of Florida

3.7-billion-year-old fossil makes life on Mars less of a long shot

Scientists have found the oldest known remnant of life on Earth, a fossil that would support the theory that life took root in immediately after the planet’s birth. Such early life would make life on Mars seem more likely.

Stocks end first losing month since February

Stocks are closing out their first losing month since February as a quiet summer continues on Wall Street.