EDISON — The new, 4,700-square-foot, upscale burger joint, Zinburger, is set to open its fifth New Jersey location on June 27 in the Edison Towne Square retail and dining complex on Route 1 south. The restaurant —  owned by a New Jersey native — is seeking …

JERSEY CITY — Councilman Chris Gadsden, who joined the council after a stunning upset victory last November, announced yesterday he will seek re-election on mayoral candidate Bill Matsikoudis’ ticket on Nov. 7. Gadsden, 42, who represents Ward B, said he thinks Matsikoudis’ “type of advocacy …

Hundreds of proud parents, family members and friends packed into the Arthur F. Couch Performing Arts Center at Secaucus High School Thursday night for its 41st annual commencement ceremony. Superintendent Kenneth Knops, Board of Education President John McStowe and Principal Robert Berckes — known affectionately …

Imagine an episode of “House Hunters” devoid of all relationship drama but with an undercurrent of political theater. That’s what transpired during a special hearing at Hudson County Plaza Thursday afternoon. The occasion was tax appeal No. 447, filed by local activist April Kuzas. The …

When Easton police arrested Arande B. Major early Thursday, the 30-year-old from Newark allegedly admitted riding off with a motorcycle during a test drive in Warren County. Authorities in Lopatcong Township — where the alleged theft occurred — now say Major wasn’t alone. In a news release Friday night, Lopatcong …

TRENTON — Trenton will auction 22 city-owned properties next week as part of its plan to increase tax ratables and reduce the city’s blight. “Combined with our work to facilitate the development of market-rate housing, attract new businesses and capture new resources, our overall goal is …

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