NEW YORK (Reuters) - The Roman Catholic archbishop of Newark, New Jersey, is facing mounting criticism over his plan to spend $500,000, mostly from the sale of church assets, on a extension to a countryside house where he will soon spend his retirement...
She can’t wait to be a mommy, and Jenni “JWoww” Farley was thrilled to share the sonogram of her bun in the oven via her blog earlier this week. The “Jersey Shore” star wrote a post titled, “My Baby Is So Dramatic Already!” and explained,...Show More Summary
We can all remember the moment when New Jersey dwellers began speaking out against Jersey Shore. And now, the kids of
After not seeing them for five months, Rachel Canning, the 18-year-old New Jersey cheerleader who filed a lawsuit against her parents for not paying her college tuition, reunited with mom and dad in court on Tuesday, and they had the pleasure of hearing a judge say, “Haha, no,” to Rachel’s face. Show More Summary
Olympic skater Johnny Weir allegedly bit his husband during a domestic dispute about a month before the 2014 Sochi games. Johnny and Victor Voronov appeared in a New Jersey courtroom yesterday to address the incident. Voronov asked the judge to dismiss the case and his request was granted. Oh no, Johnny, no. [RadarOnline] A judge [...]
The 2014 NHL trade deadline is March 5, and the excitement surrounding the rumored deals has fans across the league anticipating the possible moves. With rumors surrounding New Jersey’s Martin Brodeur, Philadelphia’s Kimmo Timonen and...Show More Summary
Where do you go for a neighborhood full of great Turkish food? South Paterson, NJ, home to a host of stand-out bakeries, restaurants, and markets. Here's an afternoon tour for your first visit.
A New Jersey high school senior who's suing her parents for financial support, including college tuition, hit a setback yesterday: A judge in Morristown rejected an emergency order that would have meant more than $600 each week for honor student Rachel Canning, the Star-Ledger reports. Judge Peter Bogaard argued that...
Bill Cosby played football for Temple University back in the day. It wasn't for laughs. Last weekend the 76-year-old comedian donned an Oregon Ducks football jersey while in Eugene, Ore., for a standup gig. OK, now we're laughing. Welcome...Show More Summary
A New Jersey teen that took her parents to court seeking child support after being tossed out of their Lincoln Park home has been shut down after a judge ruled against her citing that the high school cheerleader was "spoiled," the New York Daily News reports.
A judge has rejected the first round of a New Jersey 18-year-old’s lawsuit against her parents whom she says abandoned her and refused to pay her school costs, a decision that could set an important precedent for a family’s obligation to support an of-age child who has left home. Show More Summary
Last night's win over the Red Wings, his 684th all-time, was either Martin Brodeur's last start as a Devil, or his last start as a Devil until Friday (when NJ takes on Detroit again in the first half of back-to-backs). So no one knew quite how to act. Read more...
While most of the Twitter world is hoping that Teresa Giudice will be wearing prison orange soon, after the Real Housewives Of New Jersey star and her husband pled guilty to several fraud charges, NeNe Leakes is not one of them. In fact, The Real Housewives Of Atlanta star hopes that Teresa can avoid jail […]
Get THE Screen Obsessed TV Buzz: Did you hear yesterday about Teresa Giudice and her husband, Joe, entering guilty pleas in their fraud cases? The ‘Real Housewives of New Jersey‘ star pleaded guilty to four counts of fraud; Joe plead guilty as well in a plea deal. As a result, Teresa faces between 21 – […]
Last year, when dozens of fraud charges against Joe and Teresa Giudice came to light, the Real Housewives of New Jersey stars insisted that they were innocent — and that they planned to fight the allegations to the best of their ability. But after finally realizing that there was absolutely no way to escape jail time, the […]
Only one machine stood between us and our goal: bringing our hockey-obsessed son to his first NHL game (Devils vs. Sharks) in Newark. The machine was a New Jersey Transit ticket kiosk in Manhattan’s Penn Station. No problem. The machines are fast. Slot your card, punch the screen and you’re on your way by rail […]
“A New Jersey couple does not have to pay — for now — for their 18-year-old daughter’s college education, a judge ruled Tuesday evening.” [CBS New York, ABC News, NY Daily News, AP] Tweet Tags: family law, New Jersey Student, 18, sues parents for tuition is a post from Overlawyered - Chronicling the high cost of our legal system
On March 4th the Washington Times published a poll claiming "huge majorities on [the] East Coast support [a] national gun registry." The problem is the "majorities" were in New York, New Jersey, and Virginia. No one was polled in North Carolina, South Carolina, or Florida, among other East Coast states. Show More Summary
It's been four months since we saw the European-based players wearing El Tri's jersey. The scenario will change on Wednesday, March 5, as Mexico face Nigeria in their second preparation match. Miguel Herrera capped seven players from...Show More Summary
The new Portugal home kit celebrates the Portuguese Football Federation’s centenary by combining the best in performance innovation with powerful national symbols and design details. The new home jersey boasts a tonal design of dark red… Portugal Unveils New Nike Home Kit for 2014 World Cup is a post by Brian Farmer on Highsnobiety.