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Middlesex Borough Police Chief retires after 31 years on the force

The Chief of Police in Middlesex Borough has retired… after more than three decades with the department.  Chief Craig Young spent his last day on the job yesterday.  He was the first DARE officer in the Middlesex Police Department, five years after joining the force as a patrolman in 1984.  He’s been Chief since 2011,…

Christie makes it official: he’s running for President

Governor Christie has launched a 2016 campaign for president.  The Republican governor formally announced his plans in a Tuesday morning event in the gymnasium of his old high school.  He says both political parties “have failed our country” in an announcement speech calling for more compromise in politics.  Christie was once thought to be a…

Legislature votes to increase “swatting” penalties

The Legislature is sending Governor Christie a bill increasing penalties for people who place hoax phone calls to police.  It’s called “swatting.”  The bill’s passage came yesterday came after several incidents across the state in which people falsely called 911 to draw law enforcement or SWAT teams to a particular place.   Assemblyman Paul Moriarty first…

Bridgegate lawsuit dismissed

A federal judge has dismissed a class-action lawsuit filed by people who were stuck in traffic when lanes of the George Washington Bridge were closed without warning in 2013.  The judge’s ruling Monday allows the plaintiffs to refile some of the claims.  An investigation into the lane closures led to the indictments of a former…