Judge orders N.J. teachers union to court over benefit talks

A New Jersey judge on Wednesday ordered the state’s biggest teachers’ union to appear in court to explain why it skipped meetings to help determine health insurance coverage and rates for public school teachers and retirees.

Retired police officers will be school security in Elmwood Park

The Elmwood Park Board of Education announced on Aug. 23 it is going ahead with the shared service plan with the Elmwood Park Police Department to utilize retired police officers as school security.

Ringwood Superfund site brews different viewpoints

Former Ringwood mayor differs from prior letter writer on remedy for Superfund site.

Maine Gov. LePage says he will not speak to reporters anymore

Gov. Paul LePage, while speaking to reporters, announced that he would never speak to the press again.

U.S. auto sales seen sliding for August

August reports from automobile makers due Thursday may show a seasonally adjusted annual sales pace of about 17.2 million cars and light trucks, according to a Bloomberg survey of analysts, down from a 17.9 million rate in July that was the highest of the year.

Clinton blasts Trump for rejecting 'American exceptionalism'

A President Donald Trump would undermine the U.S.’s leadership as an “exceptional” nation, Hillary Clinton told veterans Wednesday, speaking as Trump planned to test his diplomatic prowess in a visit with Mexico’s president.

Historic commercial flight from US lands in Cuba

The first commercial flight between the U.S. and Cuba in more than a half century landed Wednesday morning, re-establishing regular air service severed at the height of the Cold War.

Paterson man charged with 24 car burglaries in Hawthorne

The Hawthorne Police Department arrested a Paterson man for more than 20 car burglaries that have been plaguing the borough this summer.

State appeals court says N.J. may deny access to public records

A state appeals court ruled Wednesday that government agencies in New Jersey may deny access to public records by saying they can “neither confirm nor deny” their existence.

Englewood chiropractor's license suspended after charges of sexual contact with patients

A Bergen County chiropractor has agreed to the temporary suspension of his license following his arrest on charges he inappropriately touched three female patients while treating them at his…