A hearing for high school hockey coach Jim Dowd, a former player for the New Jersey Devils, in a Wall Township courtroom Tuesday to face charges he kicked a 16-year-old player in the back has been waived.
Months after the program was canceled in the wake of a hazing scandal, football will return to Sayreville War Memorial High School. The announcement was made during Tuesday night's Board of Education meeting.
World War I discharge records from the early 1900s will be donated to the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) in Washington D.C. after being found in the Toms River Township Municipal Building.
Climate change and unprecedented warming of ocean waters in the Northeast, including New Jersey, is pushing several species of fish and crustaceans to cooler waters, according to new research by a Rutgers team.
The idea is to quickly diagnose patients in remote locations where the spread of Ebola has been rampant. A Rutgers researcher has received a grant of nearly $640,000 from the National Institutes of Health to develop a rapid test to diagnose Ebola along with other viruses that can cause symptoms similar to the deadly disease.
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