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Jun 27 2023
It was clear from the outset that the HCIAL appeared to be Bayonne’s to lose as the Bees went undefeated in division play en route to the Hudson County final and a berth in the North 2, Group 4 semis.
All but one American Division team won double digit games with Bayonne, Hudson Catholic, Union City and Hoboken each winning at least one playoff game as well.nj.com
Aug 04 2023
At times, the California Legislature is reminiscent of a high-school student council, except that instead of working with few-hundred-dollar activities budget lawmakers are spending more than $300 billion in revenues. I'm not the first commentator to notice that politicians often promise things they can't possibly provide—and are no more realistic than a student body president offering freeReason
Jun 06 2023
Spencer Ross Pearson is facing multiple felony charges following the Saturday attack that authorities called an attempted murder-suicide, according to the St. John's County Sheriff's Office. According to authorities and reports, the stabbing happened Saturday outside Mr. Chubby's Wings at 150 Valley Circle. Madison Schemitz, 17, and her mother, and Jaclyn Roge, 43, of Ponte Vedra, were diningPatch.com
Jul 10 2023
Minneapolis police chief reiterates denial of seeing Tyler Timberlake arrest video before hiring him
MINNEAPOLIS – Minneapolis Police Chief Brian O'Hara is doubling down, saying again he knew nothing about a controversial video before hiring a new officer. RELATED: Chief O'Hara disputes MPD union's claims he knew of Tyler Timberlake's controversial history prior to hiring MPD hired Tyler Timberlake about six months ago. Timberlake had been charged, but acquitted, of hitting and using a stunCBS News (Online)
Jul 27 2023
Congress is closer than ever to passing a pair of bills to childproof the internet after lawmakers voted to send them to the floor Thursday.
The bills — the Kids Online Safety Act (KOSA) and COPPA 2.0 — were approved by the Senate Commerce Committee Thursday by a unanimous voice vote. Both pieces of legislation aim to address an ongoing mental health crisis amongst young people thatThe Verge
Jul 06 2023
‘Ultimate sacrifice’: Hudson firefighters who responded to Newark cargo ship fire grieve for Bravest killed in tragedy
The deadly fire that engulfed a cargo ship in Port Newark Wednesday night required a team effort from firefighters all across northeastern New Jersey to respond to, with those from Bergen, Essex, Union and Hudson County all rushing over with aid. But in their shared efforts also came a shared sense of grief, as towns across the county expressed their condolences for the two Newark firefightersnj.com
Jun 01 2023
• None Family members cheer a graduate from Sunny Hills High School in Fullerton as they walk on to the field at the Fullerton Union High stadium in Fullerton during their graduation ceremony on Thursday, June 1, 2023. (Photo by Mark Rightmire, Orange County Register/SCNG) • None Family members cheer a graduate from Sunny Hills High School in Fullerton as they walk on to the field at theOrange County Register
Jul 01 2023
MIFFLINBURG – A Union County man has been charged with homicide by vehicle while under the influence following a two-vehicle crash near Mifflinburg Saturday afternoon.
Benjamin Martin, 35, of Mifflinburg, failed to negotiate a curve on Grand Valley Road in West Buffalo Twp., and his pickup truck went into the opposite lane, state police said.
There it collided head-on with anThe Patriot-News
Oct 01 2022
Since the Nord Stream gas pipelines located in the Baltic Sea exploded on Tuesday, countries have been quick to point fingers as to who is behind the unusual leaks.
Germany's Nord Stream AG, which operates the pipelines, is conducting tests to assess the damage. The company said in a statement that it cannot provide an estimate for when the gas pipelines' infrastructure will be restoredWashington Examiner
May 31 2023
Unionized employees of Hawaii Gas Company are set to strike after midnight following weeks of negotiations failed to lead to a contract deal. Hawaii Teamsters and Allied Workers, Local 996, said in a letter that a strike will begin at 12:01 a.m. Thursday and continue until an agreement between both parties is reached. “This has been long coming, as we have made concessions in the past to helpHonolulu Star-Advertiser