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Nick Muscavage


Somerville, NJ, United States

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Recent articles by Nick:

Trump cancels Bedminster trip amid protests

It appears President Donald Trump will not be visiting his golf club here this weekend, after all. → Read More

South Amboy man fatally stabbed, murder under investigation

A South Amboy man was found stabbed to death near the South Amboy Train Station and police are looking for leads. → Read More

Highland Park First Aid Squad members resign citing concerns over COVID-19 handling

Four members of the borough's rescue squad recently resigned citing concerns over the squad's handling of the coronavirus. → Read More

Coronavirus: Somerset County town-by-town cases, deaths for May 22

Somerset County's death toll from the coronavirus increased by four to 390. → Read More

Coronavirus: Hunterdon County town-by-town cases, deaths for May 22

The total number of cases was 922, up from 918 the previous day. → Read More

Elizabeth police investigating fatal pedestrian strike

An incident in which a woman was struck and killed by a vehicle in Elizabeth this weekend is under investigation, acting Union County Prosecutor Lyndsay Ruotolo announced Sunday. → Read More

NJ lawmaker donates face masks, homemade pizza to Franklin Food Pantry families

A local elected official is giving back to a community he represents by offering protective equipment during the coronavirus pandemic and a homemade meal. → Read More

Woodbridge man convicted of pickaxe murder will get new hearing

A state appellate court granted the hearing to Michael Doce, 39, to discuss concerns he raised over his constitutional right to a speedy trial. → Read More

Plainfield school board member cleared on ethics complaint

The state Department of Education's School Ethics Commission cleared Carmencita Pile on the five-count complaint. → Read More

Sentencing delayed for Rutgers professor guilty of theft, misconduct

James Goydos was charged with installing video cameras in a women's restroom at the Rutgers Cancer Institute and secretly recording more than a dozen women. → Read More

Bound Brook: COVID-19 testing to be offered in borough

The clinic will be located at the Salvation Army, 108 Hamilton St. → Read More

Flemington: Court favors Union Hotel redevelopment in latest appeal

Historic preservation advocates have lost another appeal challenging the borough council's designation of the Union Hotel as an area in need of redevelopment. → Read More

Former NJ teacher whose lessons questioned Holocaust, 9/11 loses appeal of firing

Jason Mostafa Ali’s federal court appeal alleged he was terminated as a history teacher in September 2016 because of his race and religion. → Read More

Coronavirus: Hunterdon County town-by-town cases, deaths for May 8

The total number of cases was 692, compared to 682 the previous day. → Read More

South Brunswick: Route 130 accident kills 2 on Memorial Day

South Brunswick police are investigating an accident that resulted in two deaths on Memorial Day morning. → Read More

NJ man who threw baby off Driscoll Bridge loses appeal after threatening guard

Shamsiddin Abdur-Raheem is serving his sentence at New Jersey State Prison and will not be eligible for parole until May 15, 2099. → Read More

Franklin man sues Highland Park Police Department alleging excessive force

Jonathan Perez-Gaytan, of the Somerset section, filed the lawsuit May 13 against the borough, its police department and Lt. John Sachau. → Read More

New Brunswick man who pulled gun in Perth Amboy bar loses appeal

A New Brunswick man who brandished a gun in a city bar has lost an appeal challenging the length of his sentence. → Read More

Coronavirus: Carteret mayor calls for virus testing at Amazon facilities

The mayor of Carteret is doubling down on his demand for COVID-19 testing at all Amazon facilities in the borough. → Read More

Manville man charged with Edison bank robbery wanted to return money

The Manville man who was charged with second-degree robbery of an Edison bank on Monday was recently released from jail pending trial for two previous robbery charges, prosecutors said during his detention hearing. → Read More