Ted Sherman, Military.com

Ted Sherman

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Recent:
  • Military.com
  • NJ.com
Past:
  • lehighvalleylive.com
  • NOLA.com

Recent articles by Ted:

Facing Threat from Feds, NJ to Surrender Control of Veteran Homes After Residents Found to Be at Risk

New Jersey wants someone else to take charge of New Jersey’s troubled state-run veteran’s homes. → Read More

Facing threat from feds, N.J. to surrender control of veteran homes after residents found to be at risk

Gov. Phil Murphy said New Jersey will bring in an outside vendor after new admissions were suspended at Menlo Park. → Read More

Nursing home SWAT team descends on N.J. veterans home plagued by safety violations

Last week, federal authorities threatened to cut off payment for all new admissions to New Jersey’s Veteran’s Memorial Home at Menlo Park. → Read More

Mercer says emergency, mail-in ballots now counted; results will be certified before state deadlines

County says it remains on target to meet all state deadlines for counting. → Read More

Could the N.J. veteran’s home in Menlo Park be shut down? Feds threaten to cut funding.

The drastic sanctions come after health inspectors cited the state-operated nursing hone for putting some of its residents in “immediate jeopardy." → Read More

State Police trainers had disciplinary issues and skipped lessons on racial profiling, report says

After scandal led to mandated reforms in the training of State Police recruits, the Office of the State Comptroller finds major shortcomings. → Read More

In new wrinkle to Election Day mess, Mercer goes to court to get order to open machines

Judge quickly approves the application following the chaos that is now before the Mercer County prosecutor's office. → Read More

Election Day mess in Mercer County over ballots traced to coding issues; investigation continues

Still unexplained failures of scanning machines led to day-long frustrations for voters throughout the county → Read More

Scathing report says some at state-operated veteran’s home were put in ‘immediate jeopardy’

State findings came days after NJ Advance Media reported on new COVID outbreak at troubled Menlo Park Veteran's Memorial Home. → Read More

A gunman at large and 2 wounded cops: Why didn’t officials send out any citywide alerts?

The lack of public notification was a critical failure, some experts said. → Read More

2 Newark police officers shot by gunman firing from roof of building, officials say

The gunman remains at-large and a massive police search is underway in Newark, officials said. → Read More

Storm Warnings

In the decade since the historic storm, its memory has done little to discourage people from living near the sea → Read More

Menendez advisor confirms new federal investigation, but says senator is unaware of scope

Focus of the inquiry allegedly involving the New Jersey Democrat is unknown. → Read More

Immigration cases should be handled remotely, not be forced to go back to into court, attorneys say

Immigration attorneys complain the mandate which took effect Monday involving mostly routine scheduling hearings "Is putting everyone at risk." → Read More

Trump’s N.J. golf courses were part of alleged fraudulent scheme to inflate worth by billions, suit charges

According to the lawsuit, the Trump Organization “employed various deceptive schemes" to inflate the values of the clubs. → Read More

What should N.J. students born after 9/11 be taught about the terror attacks?

More than 2 decades after the deadly terror attacks, New Jersey legislators are seeking to mandate the teaching of Sept. 11th for a generation that never lived through it. → Read More

Many of the worst nursing homes in N.J. have not gotten any better, report shows. Here’s the list.

The state comptroller complained the facilities received more than $107 million in hundreds of millions of Medicaid while being repeatedly cited for serious issues. → Read More

Onion rings to die for?

In our final episode of "Dining at the Scene of the Crime," we one of the most famous, albeit fictional, tale of a Jersey criminal repast. → Read More

Lies About Deaths, Orders Not to Wear Masks: Lawsuits Offer Look at Chaos in Veterans Homes as COVID Soared.

The well-publicized problems at New Jersey's veterans homes already has led to sharp criticism, sparking major internal changes. → Read More

Lies about deaths, orders not to wear masks: Lawsuits by staff allege chaos in N.J. veterans homes as COVID soared.

More than 40 staff members of the veteran’s home at Menlo Park go to court, charging the state-operated nursing home was negligent, careless, and reckless as COVID struck. → Read More