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A Santa in Disguise, Home For the Holidays

A Santa in Disguise, Home For the Holidays

A nurse from Brick, NJ got quite the holiday miracle surprise to find out that the Santa Clause at her hospital’s Christmas event, was actually her son! Why is this so heart-warming you might ask?  Her son, Travis Ruggiero, had been deployed overseas in Afghanistan working as an Army Specialist.  Until that moment, she thought he

Same-Sex Marriages Have Begun In New Jersey!

Just after midnight last night, same-sex couples across the state of New Jersey were married, with seven of those marriages taking place at city hall! The seven lucky couples were married by Mayor and Senator-elect Cory Booker. The New Jersey State Supreme court ruled on Friday that weddings could take place Monday morning, sending a


3 Powerball Winners In 2 States!?

Three people have won the astronomically large Powerball jackpot, two in New Jersey and one in Minnesota. Those three winners will be getting roughly $149.33 million dollars. Should they choose the lump sum, they would each get roughly $80 million. After taxes, the final sum the three winners would have to live off of is around


Brave Teen Actor Comes Out to School

“I’ve been acting every single day of my life,” teen Jacob Rudolph said. “You, see, I’ve been acting as someone I am not.” Jacob Rudolph stood courageously in front of his entire school while accepting his award for “Class Actor“, and gave a beautiful speech in which he came out as gay. Jacob said: “Most


Gov. Rick Perry Won’t Secede from U.S.

Since the re-election of President Barack Obama, petitions have been cropping up in states all over the country to secede from the United States especially Texas. Suprise! Nearly 70,000 Texans have signed the We the People petition coercing the current administration to allow Texas to “withdraw from the United States of America” and create it’s own

Hurricane Sandy satellite image

The Aftermath Of Hurricane Sandy

The East Coast is still reeling from the destruction that Hurricane Superstorm Sandy caused. A trail of wreckage was left in her wake, mostly in New York and New Jersey, that no one could escape. But some say not all of the damage was avoidable, and city zoning may be to blame.


New Jersey Residents Can Vote By E-mail

It’s been bound to happen sooner or later. With the devastation following Hurricane Sandy, New Jersey’s state office decided to give their polling places and residents a break and classified those affected by the storm as “overseas voters,” thus making them eligible to vote by e-mail.