THE NEW FORTY The fashion police - on patrol in Wildwood, New Jersey.
Well, the fashion police will be on patrol on the boardwalk in Wildwood, New Jersey. Wildwood, a resort town on the Jersey Shore, is taking issue with over-exposure. The town enacted a new ordinance a... Posted on 6/13/13 at 9:37 PM
STAFF BLOG UNIVERSITY OF NORTH DAKOTA HOCKEY Zajac signs $46 million deal with Devils
The Devils need a new captain and may be ready to look toward a UND player again.
Travis Zajac signed an eight-year, $46 million deal with the New Jersey Devils on Wednesday, becoming the first playe... Posted on 1/16/13 at 7:43 PM
STORM TRACKER The Static Illusion
There is no denying that Sandy caused horrific damage to the east coast. Although many people were surprised that such an event hit where it did, most meteorologists on the other hand were instead sur... Posted on 11/2/12 at 7:49 AM
THE FLENSBURGER FILES Did Sandy push the presidential elections back? I hope so.
There is a proverb that I want to start this column on: It is about disaster. When disaster strikes, people chip in to help. When politicians help, disaster strikes again. Therefore, people go first o... Posted on 10/30/12 at 7:23 PM
THE NORTH DAKOTA OUTDOORS AND BEYOND on target in NJ
After five years of political stonewalling, New Jersey sportsmen are going to be able to go on a bear hunt.
On July 21, the Commissioner for the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (DEP... Posted on 7/22/10 at 6:23 AM
Police stormed a New Jersey home early Sunday and fatally shot a registered sex offender who had held his girlfriend's three children hostage, ending their 37-hour ordeal and recovering the bodies of the captives' mother and another sibling, authorities said.
A plume of hexavalent chromium, a metal used in industrial production that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention calls a "well-established carcinogen," has spread under Garfield, putting about one-tenth of the city's homes — about 600 structures and 3,600 residents — at risk.
In the days after Superstorm Sandy a New Jersey man rescued an artificial Christmas tree. He set it up in a vacant field — and watched in amazement as grieving residents made the tree their own, adorning it with handmade ornaments, lights, and messages of hope, defiance and recovery.
A freight train derailed Friday on a railroad bridge that has had problems before, toppling tanker cars partially into a creek and causing a leak of hazardous gas that was blamed for sickening dozens of people, authorities said.
St. Michael’s Catholic Church in Grand Forks is sending a hurricane-stricken namesake parish in New Jersey more than $15,000 “and the prayers of 1,000 parishioners,” the Rev. Gerard Braun said Tuesday.
People of St. Michael’s Catholic Church in Long Branch, N.J., battered last week by Superstorm Sandy and anxious about a Nor’easter storm predicted for today, took time Tuesday to give thanks in advance for help coming from Grand Forks.
When news of the Flood of 1997 reached the East Coast the people of St. Michael’s Catholic Church in Long Branch, N.J., took up a special collection for their namesake church in Grand Forks. So this Sunday, St. Michaels of Grand Forks is forming a collection for the same New Jersey church recently hit by Hurricane Sandy.
Flights resumed, but slowly. The New York Stock Exchange got back to business, but on generator power. And with the subways still down, great numbers of people walked across the Brooklyn Bridge into Manhattan in a reverse of the exodus of 9/11.
By Jennifer Peltz and Leanne Italie
, October 31, 2012
Seven KC-10 Extender refueling aircraft from New Jersey are waiting
out Superstorm Sandy at Grand Forks Air Force Base. The refueling tankers were evacuated Sunday, in advance of the storm, which began battering the East Coast Monday.
With much of the Eastern Seaboard in the path of a rare behemoth storm, residents of the nation's most densely populated corridor contemplated whether to heed dire warnings of torrential rain, high winds and up to 2 feet of snow.
Emery P. Dalesio and Wayne Perry
, October 27, 2012
The president of the New Jersey Senate says he's drafting a bill to ban replacement referees from NFL games and other professional sports in New Jersey, where the New York Giants and New York Jets both play.
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