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Past articles by Ted:

‘It’s daunting. It’s extremely difficult...’ Here’s why it’s tough to fight fires on huge ships.

Questions grow in the aftermath of the fire at Port Newark that led to the death of 2 city firefighters → Read More

Hoses deployed to tackle fatal Port Newark ship fire were not big enough, firefighter official says

We were fighting a fire in the 'equivalent of a 12-story building on a ship with 1-inch diameter hose,' union official says → Read More

N.J. political operative in ‘cold-blooded murder’ hit with long prison sentence

Sean Caddle was seeking a far more lenient sentence after working for months with the FBI on an investigation that has never been made public → Read More

In stunner, N.J. law firm finance chief accused of taking millions for bogus bonuses, lavish trips

One of New Jersey’s biggest law firms files suit against its former chief financial officer over $3.2 million in alleged misappropriations → Read More

Menlo Park says ‘no airborne mold.’ But major remediation work at nursing home continues.

Air samples taken in the wake of apparent mold growth on walls found "no unusual airborne mold condition in state-operated nursing home. → Read More

‘It’s bad, bad, bad....’ N.J. officials to investigate if mold is putting veterans in jeopardy.

Officials say there are "a lot of unanswered questions" regarding the apparent mold growth, which can be harmful those in nursing homes. → Read More

N.J. can continue to limit guns in some public places under ruling by appeals court

The ruling will reinstate parts of a law that placed strict limits on how and where one can legally carry a concealed handgun in New Jersey. → Read More

Signs of apparent mold at troubled veterans home spark $500K remediation effort

At least 28 rooms vacated over "discolored" drywall and plumbing leaks at state-operated nursing home for veterans. → Read More

Feds’ focus on Menendez remains a mystery. Will there be a political price to pay?

Subpoenas continue to draw attention to an investigation that prosecutors will say little about, but appears linked to Sen. Robert Menendez. → Read More

Suspect arrested in murder of Sayreville councilwoman, 4 months after she was gunned down

Eunice Dwumfour was shot and killed outside her townhouse. Authorities say the suspect targeted her from Virginia. → Read More

The gun laws in N.J. keep changing. Here’s what’s happening.

You used to have to be a retired cop or a crime victim to get a carry permit in N.J. No more. → Read More

Investigation into Menendez widens, with new subpoenas and questions about N.J. developer

Some of the questions now being raised by investigators relate an Edgewater-based builder. → Read More

Did she have to keep quiet? N.J. Supreme Court will have something to say about sex harassment case.

The state's high court agreed to hear case of 'muzzled' state employee in sexual harassment case → Read More

George Norcross, a force in N.J. politics, says he’s stepping back. Here’s what that could mean.

George Norcross is considered one of the most powerful non-elected officials in the state. → Read More

N.J. agrees to pay out $7.2M to cover Bridget Anne Kelly’s legal fees in Bridgegate

The state agreed to reimburse her legal costs nearly three years after the U.S. Supreme Court threw out her conviction. → Read More

A cell phone overlooked, silence from prosecutors, in unsolved murder of Sayreville councilwoman

Three months since Eunice Dwumfour was gunned down outside her townhouse, the mystery surrounding her death continues → Read More

N.J. corruption probe focuses on Camden, ties to South Jersey powerbroker, sources say

New subpoenas hint at corruption investigation by the state into state tax breaks. → Read More

Sentencing of political consultant in murder-for-hire hit on former associate delayed again

Sean Caddle, who pled guilty last year in the bizarre scheme, was to be sentenced later this month. → Read More

Town’s decision to sell off ‘obsolete’ library violated public bidding laws, N.J. high court says

West Orange claimed the facility could be designated for redevelopment, allowing the township to sell the property to a private developer. → Read More

Can N.J. walk away from Waterfront Commission? Supreme Court asks if it should be ‘on hook forever.’

A departure by N.J. would effectively kill the Waterfront Commission, formed in response to widespread crime and violence at the ports. → Read More