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NEWARK -- Five physicians from New Jersey and New York on Wednesday admitted taking bribes to refer patients to a now-defunct Parsippany blood-testing lab.  That brings t..
George Roussis, 44, of Staten Island; Nicholas Roussis, 48, of Staten Island; Jorge J. Figueroa, 58, of Wayne; and Basel Batarseh, 57, of Franklin Lakes, each pleaded guilty  ..
Well, the Vineland (N.J.) athlete made that decision before leaving campus, committing to Rutgers to play running back, and becoming the team's fifth pledge of the 2018 class. Pach..
Wednesday (today), Vineland (N.J.) athlete Isaih Pacheco will visit Rutgers, he confirmed with And he responded, "hopefully so," when asked if he is closing in on..
NEW YORK -- Aside from the highlight-reel shots, there's been one other constant in Aaron Judge's incredible batting practices displays:  The man Judge wants to pitch to him a..
Over the past year and a half, the Rutgers staff, namely defensive backs coach Bill Busch, has developed strong ties with several programs throughout New York -- Bus..
There is a reason why Tottenville (Staten Island, N.J.) athlete Zihir Lacewell is rated a four-star recruit. It's because he's long, lean, explosive, versatile, and highly-pro..
NEW YORK - The soup company made popular by the television sitcom Seinfeld has filed for bankruptcy, according to reports. The filing by Soupman Inc. of Staten Island comes ju..