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NJ immigrants mourn the death of friends abroad

CLOSE A volcano erupted Wednesday on the same central Indonesian island that was hit by a strong earthquake and tsunami last week, and authorities warned airplanes of volcanic ash in the air. No evacuations were ordered immediately. (October 3) AP Reformed Church of Highland Park (Photo: Steph Solis / photo) Indonesians in New Jersey say they are responding to a …

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N.J.. Transit train derailments cause widespread commuter delays

A packed New Jersey Transit train leaving Manhattan derailed into a tunnel under the Hudson River on Thursday night and brought the ride to a squeaky and crazy halt. It was the last mishap in a series of disruptions last year, and it stranded thousands of commuters in Pennsylvania Station and in trains toward the suburbs at the height of …

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NJ Transit continues its service at Penn Station after "minor derailment", but trains are subject to 2-hour delays

What to Know NJ transit service in and out of Penn Station in New York was suspended because of a slight slow-speed train derailment NJ Transit says that there were no customers in the car of the train just now derailed before entering the Hudson River Tunnel on Thursday night No injuries were reported. Some 1,000 riders, including the crew, …

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NJ Transit stops the New York Penn Station Service after derailment

A "small" train derailment near New York's Penn Station stopped NJ Transit's service Thursday night, according to the transit agency. NJ Transit said the mishap happened at a "slow speed," about 6:20 pm [19652002] The Montclair Boonton line's train was not routed from Penn Station to Montclair State University as the derailment shortly after leaving the station and in front …

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NJ senator race up for grabs as dueling polls cast different outcomes

Dueling Sen. Bob Menendez on the ropes or is head for victory over GOP challenger Bob Hugin. Menendez – who escaped corruption charges last year when a jury could not reach a verdict- leads pharmaceutical executive Hugin 43 to 37 percent, with 18 percent undecided, according to a Fairleigh Dickinson University Poll. grabs. But a Quinnipiac University survey published by …

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For some in N.J. is the Labor Day weekend a very rainy start

Planning a barbecue on this Labor Day weekend? Not so fast. The National Weather Service says the weekend has a wet start for parts of New Jersey and the Northeastern United States. The rain probability follows a long sunshine duration and accompanying heatwave, which settled earlier in the week. The heat is expected to return next week. On Friday, some …

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N.J.. Night sky: Mercury at dawn

In the early evening hours, we acquired a very beautiful representation of planets: Venus, Jupiter, Saturn, and Mars spread over the southern half of the sky. Some stargazers have noticed that these planets do not appear okay. If you look at Venus and then scan to the left, you will reach Jupiter, Mars and then Saturn. Should not it be …

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Flash flood warnings for NYC, parts issued by NJ

What to Know On Saturday morning, flash flood warnings were issued for much of the area, including NYC, New Jersey, and Connecticut Lightning struck a house in Edison, New Jersey, and set it ablaze The storms have taken power out of the lives of thousands of people, particularly in New Jersey. On Saturday morning, New York City, Westchester County, and …

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