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Have a Funeral Repast at IHOP?

The IHOP in Bloomfield opens its doors to mourners, advertising its flapjacks and omelets as fare for funeral receptions.

Local Spotlights at the Tonys

Bloomfield native Michael McGrath is among this year's Tony winners.

Senate Proposes to Increase Texting While Driving Penalties

Do you think the increased penalties will make a difference?

It’s Election Day. Do You Know What Your District Is?

The race is on for the Democratic seat in the 10th.

“Tanning Mom” Case Referred to Grand Jury

The case of the Nutley mom who supposedly took her daughter into the tanning bed has been referred to a grand jury.

Getting Inked? Might Want to Think Twice

Laser tattoo removal is becoming increasingly popular, with high unemployment causing some folks to reconsider their body art.

MSU on the Higher Education Wish List

School requests $415 million for projects.

Kyrie Irving Shoots Hoops in Bloomfield

NBA player Kyrie Irving, disguised as an old man, plays pickup basketball in Bloomfield for a new Pepsi ad.

Latest Trouble at Heart Breakers

Dancer allegedly assaulted by a Heart Breakers patron.

Helping Homeless Vets

Public and private partnerships address veteran homelessness in N.J.

Defendant in Maplewood Transgender Murder Acquitted

Alrashim Chambers, the defendant in the 2010 murder of transgender model Victoria Carmen White, was found not guilty of murder, bias intimidation and two weapons charges by a jury in Essex County on Friday. White,...

Blue Skies or Not, MDW is Here

What are your plans for a cloudy holiday weekend?

Yellow Tape Added to Deteriorating Bloomfield Station

Bloomfield Train Station received yellow tape and red card from the Building Department.

Friends of Wildwoods Speak for the Trees

Local environment group still determined to preserve the Wildwood property as open space.

Clever Commute