Even an ugly win is still a win. That's one way of viewing the trillion-dollar omnibus spending plan that will carry government through September - assuming that the Senate follows the House lead and sails it through to the Oval Office.
Cancelled clinics during the cold snap and snow of the past week or so have left blood supplies in dire shape, say officials, who are asking anyone eligible to push a donation date to the top of their calendars.
The badly-decomposed remains of a woman found early Sunday afternoon in a patch of woods in Egg Harbor Township are under intense scrutiny as investigators try to determine her identity. It's being pursued as a homicide case.
Three New Yorkers connected to the death of a child whose skeletal remains were found in an Upper Freehold park in 2005 have admitted roles in the series of events that became known as the notorious "Baby Bones" case.
It's withstood two major boardwalk calamities, a superstorm, and even Snooki. Now, after two disaster-interrupted false starts, Seaside Heights marks 100 years of existence with a party in the center of town and optimism for its second century.
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