New Jersey

Whole Foods recalling two types of salads due to listeria fears

Back-to-back recall incidents are happening in Whole Foods. A few weeks back, Whole Foods recalled a brand of blue cheese and yet again it has announced a recall of two types of salads due to listeria contamination.

The recalled salads are packaged Curry Chicken Salad and Classic Deli... read more

Officials Reviewing Case of Five Kids Who Received Wrong Medication

Officials on Monday said in a statement that the cases of five kids that received wrong medicine at a county-run clinic for the uninsured is being reviewed in order to check if these incidents are criminal.

According to Salem County Prosecutor John T. Lenahan, the matter is being reviewed... read more

Christie’s supporters Optimistic that Bridge Scandal Charges will not affect his Presidential Bid

Mixed views have been provided for Governor Chris Christie as he makes efforts to regain momentum in support of an expected presidential bid after the charges were imposed on his three former allies.

It appears that Gov. Christie has been cleared of allegations that he deliberately got... read more

Sen. Robert Menendez Indicted on Corruption Charges

The route of Latinos' political influence can't be seen without including Sen. Bob Menendez, who is facing federal charges, after a corruption investigation.

The Department of Justice's, on Wednesday, announced that a grand jury has indicted Menendez on the charges that he has misused his... read more

Chris Christie Speaks about Drug Addiction

On Tuesday at an event inNewark, Chris Christie, Governor of New Jersey, has called attention to destigmatizing drug addiction.

The Governor, who had given speech ondrug addiction after one of his friends died due to overdose earlier this year, has tried to focus on helping those people... read more

Black Bear Kills a Hiker

Over the weekend, a 22-year-old Rutgers University student was killed in a black bear attack. Darsh Patel, 22, along with his four friends was rock climbing on Sunday in the northern part of New Jersey.

Police in West Milford said that while hiking, they encountered a bear, which started... read more

New Jersey Starts $8.2 Million Pilot Project to Restore Salt Marshes with Dredge Materials

New Jersey has recently started $8.2 million pilot project with an aim to use clean dredge materials to restore salt marshes and give protection to coastal communities in future storms. The project is not only intended to restore the marshes, but also to save money and solve other problems.... read more

Fewer American Teenagers Using Sunscreen

A decline of almost 12% in the last 10 years has been noticed in the number of teenagers in the US using sunscreen. A report from the CDC unveiled that in 2001, 67.7% teenagers reported of using sunscreen, but the percentage reduced to 56.1% in 2011.

Experts have warned a number of times... read more

16-year-old Boy who climbed to the top of World Trade Center, Pleads Guilty

A 16-year-old boy from New Jersey who climbed to the top of the 104-story World Trade Center building pleaded guilty on Wednesday, according to the New York media reports. Justin Casquejo has accepted that he has broken the New York City misdemeanor law by climbing the large building without... read more

New Jersey environmental officials want court to stop ocean blasts-led research

The New Jersey environmental officials are doing their best to seek a court order at the earliest against a research that involved blasting of the ocean floor with sound waves. The blasting process will kill or harass species including whales, dolphins and turtles.

The intensity of... read more

PokerStars to go public without launching an IPO

Amaya Gaming Group Inc.'s recently announced deal to buy online gaming giant PokerStars for nearly 5 billion dollars is being seen as a `reverse acquisition'.

Montreal-based Amaya Gaming has a market value of around $177 million, but it has agreed to acquire PokerStars, the biggest and... read more

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