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Holiday Travel Volume to Set All-Time Record, says AAA

Locally, 2.7 million New Jersey Residents to Travel Nationally, 107 million to travel during the year-end holidays. Hamilton, NJ, December 14, 2017 - ‘Tis the season for travel – and in record numbers!  AAA Mid-Atlantic estimates more than 2.7 million New Jersey residents will travel 50 miles or more away from home for the year-end…

Rutgers Student Killed In Weekend Amtrak Strike

Rutgers University says one of its students was killed early Saturday when he was struck by an Amtrak train in New Brunswick.  The student, Kenneth Patterson, was hit by a train around 4 a.m. that was on its way to Norfolk, Virginia.  The school issued a statement asking for prayers for Patterson's family during this…

Port Authority Bomb Suspect To Be Arraigned Bedside

  The would-be Port Authority suicide bomb suspect is being arraigned bedside today on federal terrorism charges. Akayed Ullah is under arrest at Bellevue Hospital where he's being treated for burns and lacerations in Monday's botched bombing. U.S. Attorney Joon Kim said the Bangladeshi-born 27-year-old went to the busy New York City transit hub to…

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Help For The Holiday Blues

The holidays can be stressful. Shopping, social events, debt, and other pressures can lead to anxiety. Missing loved ones, and stewing about past events can also contribute. This change from your everyday routine can cause you to neglect good nutrition. And, you are more likely to skip exercise. Together, these factors can lead to holiday blues.
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Rutgers Professor Reprimanded Following Anti-Semitic Remarks

A Rutgers University professor has reportedly been relieved of some of his duties after school officials say he posted anti-Semitic remarks on social media.  Officials announced in a letter to faculty members that tenured professor Michael Chikindas was removed as head of the Center for Digestive Health at the Institute for Food, Nutrition and Health…

Police Identify Bomber In Port Authority Blast

    Police are identifying the suspected bomber in today's terror blast at the Port Authority Bus Terminal. NYPD Commissioner James O'Neill says 27-year-old Akayed Ullah was wearing an improvised low tech explosive device attached to his body, when it went off in a subway passageway around 7:20 local time this morning.  He suffered burns and…