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Driver injured when tractor-trailer overturns on Turnpike in Ridgefield Park (NJ.com) RIDGEFIELD PARK -- The driver of a tractor-trailer was injured Saturday morning when his rig overturned on the New Jersey Turnpike, State Police said. The tractor-trailer overturned at about 4:30 a.m. at mile-marker 118.4 in the northbound express lanes on the Turnpike near Exit 69 for Route 80, trapping the driver in the vehicle, State Police said.
Poll: Is Christie's new N.J. pension plan likely to pass? (NJ.com) Is Gov. Chris Christie's new pension plan likely to pass? TRENTON — Now that Gov. Chris Christie is pushing a new plan to save New Jersey's ailing pension system for public workers, is it likely the state Legislature will sign off on it?
Will new Monopoly game board exclude Atlantic City? LoBiondo tweeting: Say it ain't so (NJ.com) NATIONAL HARBOR, Md. — Atlantic City, which has seen a state takeover of its finances and the loss of four casinos, faces another indignity: absence from the next version of Monopoly. So the congressman whose district includes the famed shore resort took to social media to push for the city continue to be featured on the Monopoly board.
Clifton High School students claim they couldn't wear PARCC 'opt-out' shirts at school (NJ.com) CLIFTON -- Two Clifton High School students who wore shirts they made telling students they can opt out of controversial PARCC testing next week were allegedly sent to the principal's office and asked to change their shirts.
Found! Race car stolen from N.J. NASCAR team is recovered (NJ.com) According to Team Xtreme Racing, the stolen race car belonging to the New Jersey NASCAR team has been recovered. Team Xtreme owner John Cohen, who is from Union, N.J., and Georgia police had spent the past 24 hours searching frantically for the No. 44 Chevrolet -- worth $250,000 -- that was boosted from a hotel parking lot in Morrow, Ga., early Friday morning.