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  • NICU nurse reunited with old patient when caring for his son

  • A NICU nurse in New Jersey was reunited with a patient she cared for over three decades ago in the same hospital — where she is now caring for his son. After David Caldwell and his fiancé Renata Freydin’s son, Zayne, was born on Jan. 30, the couple decided to look through Caldwell’s own baby...
  • What bettors should watch for with Seton Hall in final stretch

  • Are betting markets now overrating No. 16 Seton Hall? That’s an important question to ponder in advance of Wednesday’s huge Big East battle against No. 21 Butler (FS1, 6:30 p.m.). Though Seton Hall’s games aren’t available for legal betting in New Jersey, the Pirates are on the board not far across the state lines in...
  • Baby left in complete awe of hibachi grill fire 

  • This baby didn’t start the fire, but the little one certainly enjoyed it. Watch as an adorable tot can’t believe it as the hibachi grill lights up in flames at this Jackson Township, New Jersey, restaurant.   Subscribe to our YouTube!
  • Devils suffer their 12th straight loss to the Blues

  • ST. LOUIS — Ivan Barbashev scored twice and the St. Louis Blues snapped a season-worst five-game losing streak with a 3-0 win over the New Jersey Devils on Tuesday night. It was the Devils’ 12th straight loss to the Blues. It was the third multigoal game of Barbashev’s career and first this season. Two of...
  • Look to the Garden State, New York, if you want to do bail reform right

  • As stories pile up of repeat offenders released hours after arrest, Americans might be wondering what possessed Empire State leaders to adopt such a misguided policy. The intentions were noble. But the outcomes were awful — because Albany didn’t take the smarter ­approach to reform illustrated by states like New Jersey. New York lawmakers led...
  • Petting zoo owner faces cruelty charges after 30 dead pigs found in New Jersey

  • The owner of a New Jersey petting zoo has been indicted on animal cruelty charges after dozens of pigs were found dead, while other animals had injuries and diseases, according to reports. Dennis Sugar, 47, was indicted last month on charges of third-degree cruelty to animals resulting in serious bodily injury or death and fourth-degree...

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