Who owns this wedding ring found in a dumpster in Wayne, NJ?

Usually when you hear a story about a missing wedding ring and a dumpster, it’s the owner looking for the lost ring. In Wayne they have the ring – they just don’t know who owns it. According to NorthJersey.com, an unidentified man came to Wayne’s Public Works Department and said he had mistakenly thrown away […]


NJ native participates in naval exercises in the Arctic Ocean

It looks like a really cool job! A Montgomery, New Jersey native serves with the Strike Group Oceanography Team supporting Ice Exercise (ICEX) 2022 in the Arctic Ocean. Talk about discovering the world. ICEX 2022 is a three-week exercise designed to research, test and evaluate operational capabilities in the Arctic region. Petty Officer 1st Class […]

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Thousands of Edison recordings available to stream

Perhaps you could create a new Spotify playlist: thousands of rare Thomas Edison recordings are now available to stream online. The project includes 2,400 sound disc recordings that have been digitized and are available through the University of California Santa Barbara Library Research Special Collections on its Discography of American Historical Recordings website. According to […]


The Garden State Film Festival returns for the 20th year to Asbury Park

The Garden State Film Festival returns for its 20th year and, for the second year, Cranford will host screenings. While the majority of screenings and events take place in Asbury Park, the Cranford Theater will screen a few short films as well as two feature films including films shot in New Jersey. The two dates […]


Dansville Residents’ Vote Opens Door to Cannabis Sales | Local News

DANSVILLE — Business owner Steve Litteer has been a longtime advocate for cannabis and the state’s Marijuana Regulation & Taxation Act. He shared his love for CBD, or cannabidiol, and hemp when opening 4Fathers Organics, and now hopes to become a cannabis dispensary after residents of the village of Dansville voted in favor of MRTA. […]


Rutgers Pandemic Tuition Settlement Gives Students $63 Each

NEW BRUNSWICK – Rutgers University has settled a lawsuit brought by a parent who objected to payment of full tuition and fees for on-campus in-person learning during the spring 2020 semester, when all courses have been delivered online. The university was forced to close most in-person classes at the start of the pandemic in March […]