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    A North Brunswick man was killed in the crash around midnight Wednesday

    EDISON -- The Middlesex County Prosecutor's Office and Edison police have charged a 25-year-old resident in connection with a motor-vehicle crash that left another man dead.

    Vishwalee Gummakonda was driving a Hyundai Santa Fe wagon on Rt. 1 south around midnight Wednesday when he rear-ended a Honda Shadow motorcycle that was stopped at a traffic light at Plainfield Avenue, the prosecutor's office said. The man on the motorcycle, Matthew Muklewicz of North Brunswick, was pronounced dead at the scene.

    Vishwalee was charged with driving while intoxicated and second-degree death by auto.

    Anyone with information is asked to call Officer Joseph Bench of the Edison Police Department at (732) 248-7400 or Detective Heck of the Middlesex County Prosecutor's Office at (732) 745-8842.

    Paul Milo may be reached at pmilo@njadvancemedia.com. Follow him on Twitter@PaulMilo2. Find NJ.com on Facebook.  

     

     

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    At the moment, when it comes to fake photos, we have a lot more problems than solutions.

    Remember the computer acronym WYSIWYG -- what you see is what you get? In this gallery, the pictures may cause the viewer to do a double-take, but I assure you that they are WYSIWYG photos. That is, no computer program was used to alter the images; the pictures depict what was seen through the camera's lens. 

    Writing in "Photo Tampering Through History," Hany Farid notes that the practice of tampering with photos began not long after the creation of the first photograph. Early photographers employed double-exposures and alterations to negatives to achieve results that most people accepted at face value. Examples of this include spirit photographs from the 19th century which purported to show ghosts and spirits but were double exposures.

    new jersey.jpgThis one is, of course, is completely real. 

    When computer technology allowed for photos to be digitalized and opened with software such as Photoshop, the likelihood that a photo might not be what it appears to be increased by leaps and bounds ... and our ability to notice doesn't appear to have kept up. A Washington Post article by William Wan from July 2017 notes that Sophie Nightingale, who researches cognitive psychology at the University of Warwick in England, thinks our ability to spot faked photos is "not good at all."

    In a test designed by Nightingale and taken by more than 700 men and women, participants could tell an image was faked only 60 percent of the time -- a little better than if they guessed completely at random. And with the correct picks, only 45 percent of participants could pinpoint what had been changed in a photo. Men were slightly more adept at finding the specific change.

    MORE: Vintage photos around New Jersey

    "Many feel we should be more aware of fake photos," said Nightingale who is especially worried about the implications of fake photos in court, where images are often used as evidence. "But if you just go around telling people don't trust anything, then people will lose all faith in images, which is equally problematic. At the moment, when it comes to fake photos, we have a lot more problems than solutions, I'm afraid."

    So, enjoy this collection of WYSIWYG photos. And, here are links to other galleries you might like.

    Vintage N.J. photos that deserve a second look 2015

    Vintage N.J. photos that deserve a second look 2014

    Greg Hatala may be reached at ghatala@starledger.com. Follow him on Twitter @GregHatala. Find Greg Hatala on Facebook.


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    The Edison-based women's shoemaker earlier filed for bankruptcy

    EDISON -- Two months after announcing store closures and filing for bankruptcy, New Jersey-based women's shoemaker Aerosoles said it will lay off 141 employees.

    The job losses at the company headquarters on Meadow Road in Edison will take effect Jan. 8, the notice said. The company filed for bankruptcy in September.

    The company filed a WARN (Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification) notice with the state labor department earlier this week as required by law when a mass layoff is to take place.

    Bristol-Myers Squibb plans 58 layoffs

    Aersoles has New Jersey stores in Denville, Edison, Elizabeth, Shrewsbury, Sea Girt and Jackson among its 88 locations. Aerosoles products are also sold in department stores.

    Founded in 1987, Aerosoles is the lead brand of Aerogroup International, which also includes A2, Aerology, and WhatsWhat.

    Jeff Goldman may be reached at jeff_goldman@njadvancemedia.com. Follow him on Twitter @JeffSGoldman. Find NJ.com on Facebook.

     

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    A look at the sectional semifinals.

    The first round of the NJSIAA football playoffs are in the books, and the sectional semifinals are upon us. NJ.com has you covered with wall-to-wall coverage throughout the tournament, and that continues with sectional semifinal previews and picks.

    Below you will find the previews for all 23 playoff sections and their sectional semifinals.

    Completed previews are linked below.

    SECTION SEMIFINAL PREVIEWS 
    North 1: Group 1 | Group 2 | Group 3 | Group 4 | Group 5
    North 2: Group 1 | Group 2 | Group 3 | Group 4 | Group 5

    Central: Group 1 | Group 2 | Group 3 | Group 4 | Group 5
    South: Group 1 | Group 2 | Group 3 | Group 4 | Group 5
    Non-Public: Group 2 | Group 3 | Group 4

    Jeremy Schneider may be reached at jschneider@njadvancemedia.com. Follow him on Twitter @J_Schneider. Find NJ.com on Facebook.


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    Artichoke Basille's Pizza has designs on five of the state's biggest hubs.

    One of New York City's most popular pizza joints has inked a five-unit franchise deal with a New Jersey developer to bring the pizza across the Hudson River and into the Garden State.

    Artichoke Basille's Pizza, the "rapidly-expanding" New York pizza concept known for their creative spins on pies, signed a contract with local developers and "passionate customers" Premal and Leela Shanghvi to open up their first New Jersey locations. 

    The locations will be in Hoboken, Jersey City, New Brunswick, Princeton and Newark in the near future, according to a press release.

    "We've always been huge fans of Artichoke Basille's Pizza," Premal Shanghvi, who according to his Linkedin, is the president of a New Jersey commercial real estate investment company, said in the release.

    "We're excited to have the opportunity to bring their creative take on New York pizza to New Jersey, and anticipate that our neighbors will enjoy their pizza as much as we do."  

    A spokeswoman said, while the deal to open five New Jersey locations has been finalized, exact addresses for those locations and opening dates are still unknown. She said the Shanghvis and the owners of Artichoke Basille's Pizza are anxious to find storefronts and open them as soon as possible.

    #artichokepizza #nycpizza Artichoke Park Slope

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    Founded by cousins Francis Garcia and Sal Basille, the two opened their first Artichoke Basille's Pizza location in Manhattan in 2008. Now, they have 12 total locations, including ones in Brooklyn, LaGuardia Airport and Miami.

    They serve a variety of pizzas, including untraditional ones like their "Crab Pie," which is crab sauce, fresh mozzarella with a surimi stuffing, or their very on-brand "Whole Artichoke Pie," which is topped with artichoke hearts, spinach, cream sauce, mozzarella and pecorino romano cheese.

    CBS New York named Artichoke Basille's Pizza as having one of the best slices of anywhere else in the five boroughs.

    Joe Atmonavage may be reached at jatmonavage@njadvancemedia.com. Follow him on Twitter @jatmonavageNJFind NJ.com on Facebook


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    Wild state tournament dramatically changed the boys soccer Top 20.


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    The Top 20 gets one last twist before the state finals on Saturday.


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    The Old Bay Restaurant will close its doors and be replaced by an Irish pub

    NEW BRUNSWICK - Old Bay Restaurant in downtown New Brunswick is closing its doors after 30 years, bringing an end to yet another establishment that hosted original live music.

    But music fans in the Hub City shouldn't fret. The space will soon be occupied by Blackthorn Irish Pub & Restaurant, which will have live music on Friday nights, said manager Kory Adams. An opening date has not been set, but managers hope it will open sometime in late February or early March. 

    "With the grand re-opening of Old Bay to Blackthorn Restaurant and Irish Pub II we look forward to welcoming the neighborhood of New Brunswick and surrounding towns with open arms," said Carolyn Rhoades, the marketing manager for the restaurant's parent company, I.P.E. Holdings. 

    The owner of Old Bay, Anthony Tola, announced the closing of his restaurant on its Facebook page on Nov. 7. The same letter is posted next to the front doors of the restaurant, which recently got a new baby blue paint job and a modern logo. The doors to the restaurant were locked on Thursday afternoon and no one was inside.

    In the letter, Tola thanked the "countless patrons" who visited the restaurant since it opened on May 28, 1987. He also thanked his employees who have made the restaurant a "great success" over the years.

    He explained how the idea of Old Bay Restaurant, which features New Orleans-style dishes, originated when he asked his best friend, Anthony Ventre, in the summer of 1985 if he wanted to go to New Brunswick for seafood.

    "He immediately knew that there was no such restaurant there serving seafood as the redevelopment effort in downtown was in its infancy," Tola wrote in his farewell note. "We did extensive research into making such a restaurant happen. The concept evolved into a New Orleans seafood restaurant as we fell in love with the cuisine and musical culture of that city."

    devco13oldmanmay84.JPGThis is a photo of what became the Old Bay Restaurant in New Brunswick. This photo was taken circa May 1984. The Old Bay Restaurant sits on the corner of Church and Neilson streets. (Courtesy of the New Brunswick Public Library) 

    Anchored on the corner of Church and Neilson streets, the Old Bay Restaurant became a staple of the downtown dining scene in New Brunswick, hosting an array of guests from Rutgers University students, patrons of the nearby State Theatre and guests at the Hyatt hotel located across the street.

    But it was also home to many New Brunswick bands over the years. And it became even more important to the scene after the closings of the Roxy Grill and the Melody Bar, among others. Another well-known establishment, The Court Tavern on Church Street, closed in 2012 but has since reopened

    The Old Bay will host its last show on Saturday with The Band Called Fuse, featuring the well-known local MC Silent Knight.

    "In closing, I want to thank again everyone that has passed through our doors," Tola wrote. "I have been blessed to get to know many of you."

    Alex Napoliello may be reached at anapoliello@njadvancemedia.com. Follow him on Twitter @alexnapoNJ. Find NJ.com on Facebook.


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    EDISON a Amelia is an adult female mastiff mix at the Edison Animal Shelter. Rescued as a severely underweight stray, she needs to gain more weight, but she is otherwise healthy. Amelia, who walks well on a leash, has been described by shelter workers as "a mushy mush" who should be an only-pet in a household. Amelia has been spayed...

    mx1119pet.jpgAmelia 

    EDISON -- Amelia is an adult female mastiff mix at the Edison Animal Shelter.

    Rescued as a severely underweight stray, she needs to gain more weight, but she is otherwise healthy.

    Amelia, who walks well on a leash, has been described by shelter workers as "a mushy mush" who should be an only-pet in a household. Amelia has been spayed and is up-to-date on shots.

    For more information on Amelia, call 732-248-7278 or visit the Edison Animal Shelter at 125 Municipal Blvd. The shelter, currently caring for 52 pets, is open Fridays through Wednesdays from noon to 4 p.m. and Thursdays from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

    Shelters interested in placing a pet in the Paw Print adoption column or submitting news should call 973-836-4922 or email middlesex@starledger.com.

    Greg Hatala may be reached at ghatala@starledger.com. Follow him on Twitter @GregHatala. Find Greg Hatala on Facebook.


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    The fire broke out around 6 a.m. in the Civic Square Building on Livingston Avenue in New Brunswick

    A Rutgers University academic building will be closed until further notice following a two-alarm fire in New Brunswick on Friday morning, school officials said. 

    The rooftop mechanical fire broke out around 6 a.m. at the Civic Square building on Livingston Avenue, according to a Rutgers spokesman.

    Firefighters extinguished the blaze, but the building will be temporarily closed while officials inspect it and clean up, the alter said.

    No one was hurt and the cause of the fire is under investigation.

    The building houses the Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy.

    Jeff Goldman may be reached at jeff_goldman@njadvancemedia.com. Follow him on Twitter @JeffSGoldman. Find NJ.com on Facebook.

     


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    Students at Thomas Jefferson Middle School have the day off

    A major water main break in Edison has forced a middle school to close for the day, police said.

    The water main break is on Division Street, Edison police said in a tweet Friday morning. As a result, Thomas Jefferson Middle School will be closed Friday.

    Major water main break floods Newark homes, disrupts light rail

    The main branch of the Edison public library, located at the intersection of Route 27 and Division, is still scheduled to open at 9:30 a.m. 

    An Edison police spokesman didn't immediately reply to NJ Advance Media's request for additional information. 

    Jeff Goldman may be reached at jeff_goldman@njadvancemedia.com. Follow him on Twitter @JeffSGoldman. Find NJ.com on Facebook.

     

     


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    Highlighting 29 players still alive in the Group 1 or Group 2 playoffs who can be difference makers in the season's biggest moments.


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    Find all the previews and picks for the state football semifinals with the NJ.com mega-coverage guide

    ESSENTIALS 
     LIVE updates, results and links for sectional semifinals
    Complete, statewide semifinals schedule
    • Statewide stat leaders for Week 10 of the HS football season
     Football playoffs 2017: Results and links for Round 1 games
     
    Statewide conference football standings
     Updated 2017 NJSIAA football state tournament brackets


    SECTION SEMIFINAL PREVIEWS/PICKS
     North 1: Group 1 | Group 2 | Group 3 | Group 4 | Group 5
     North 2: Group 1 | Group 2 | Group 3 | Group 4 | Group 5
     Central: Group 1 | Group 2 | Group 3 | Group 4 | Group 5
    South:  Group 1 | Group 2 | Group 3 | Group 4 | Group 5
    • Non-Public: Group 2 | Group 3 | Group 4


    RANKINGS 
    Top 20
    • Group and conference

    MUST-READ CONTENT 
    • 
    14 bold predictions for sectional semifinal weekend
    • 21 football players in the 20-touchdown club
    Are concussions up or down in N.J. football? Why nobody can answer that question
    • The top 30 performances from the football quarterfinals
    • Transgender policy gets overhaul by state athletic association
    • Voorhees, North Hunterdon football gearing for NJSIAA playoff semifinals
    • "Unsung Heroes" honored from Times of Trenton area football teams
    • The 12th Man TD Club of Trenton announces weekly football honors (Week 10)
    • South Jersey Touchdown Club honors Players of the Week, West Deptford's Paratore feels he belongs
    • Hot takes from Round 1 of the football playoffs: Thrillers, blowouts and upsets
    • From Asbury Park to zero-win teams: A-to-Z guide to the playoffs

    RECRUITING 
    • Rutgers offers preferred walk-on opportunity to South Jersey specialist Zachary Sterr
    • How does Jaaron Hayek, Rutgers' newest commit, compare to his 2 brothers?
    • DePaul 3-star OL Khris Banks being patient in deciding his 2nd time around
    • What have N.J.'s top 50 high school football recruits been up to?

    Joe Zedalis may be reached at jzedalis@njadvancemedia.com. Follow him on Twitter @josephzedalis. Like NJ.com HS sports on Facebook.


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    WOODBRIDGE a This photo taken in 1916 shows two men and two women canoeing on the Arthur Kill in Woodbridge. MORE: Vintage photos around New Jersey From the looks of the settling stern, it appears they also might have ended up taking an unexpected swim. If you would like to share a photo that provides a glimpse of history in...

    WOODBRIDGE -- This photo taken in 1916 shows two men and two women canoeing on the Arthur Kill in Woodbridge.

    MORE: Vintage photos around New Jersey

    From the looks of the settling stern, it appears they also might have ended up taking an unexpected swim.

    If you would like to share a photo that provides a glimpse of history in your community, please call 973-836-4922 or send an email to middlesex@starledger.com. And, check out more glimpses of history in our online galleries on nj.com.

    Greg Hatala may be reached at ghatala@starledger.com. Follow him on Twitter @GregHatala. Find Greg Hatala on Facebook.


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    A Carteret cop accused of assaulting a local teen gave false statements and altered police records after the arrest, according to prosecutors. Watch video

    CARTERET -- A Carteret cop accused of assaulting a local teen gave false statements and altered police records after the arrest, according to prosecutors. 

    Joseph Reiman, 31, faces charges of official misconduct and records tampering in connection to the reports the officer filed after the Carteret teen's arrest in May, according to a superseding indictment.

    -50cc1bf64432dc27.JPGJoseph Reiman appears in court on Aug. 24, 2017. 

    Reiman, who was indicted in September on charges of aggravated assault and three counts of official misconduct, including failing to turn on his body camera, pleaded not guilty to the new allegations Friday in Middlesex County Superior Court before Judge Joseph Paone. 

    His attorney, Charles Sciarra, said Reiman was ordered to make changes to the report and called the prosecution's case "thin."

    "If at first, you don't succeed, indict and indict again," Sciarra said after the proceeding Friday morning. 

    Calls to the Carteret Police Department were not returned. 

    Paone also lifted the travel restrictions on the officer with the approaching holidays, allowing him to return to Carteret to visit his parents.

    Reiman, the brother of the longtime Carteret mayor, was charged in the incident two days after NJ Advance Media reported accounts on the arrest from the teen and a neighbor, who said he witnessed much of the altercation. 

    The Middlesex County Prosecutor Andrew Carey has said the dashcam video from Reiman's car also corroborated the teen's allegations. The county agency later released the video, which showed the officer climb on top of the teen and punch him more than a dozen times. 

    An investigation by NJ Advance Media into the officer's use of force during arrests found that Reiman accounted for more than 20 percent of the department's arrests involving force -- twice as many reports as any other officer. 

    Those who witnessed Reiman's altercations told NJ Advance Media the officer was quick to resort to violence over his 23 months on the force and residents' complaints about the officer over that time were allegedly ignored. 

    Reiman has been suspended with pay pending the outcome of the case. 

    The encounter between the two occurred in the early hours of May 31 after the unlicensed teen crashed his parents' car into a suspension wire on a utility pole at the corner of Bergen and Edwin streets. 

    The dashboard video appears to show the teen obeying the officer's commands by moving to the ground after getting out of the car following a brief police chase and crash. 

    The video captured much of the encounter, but some portions are out of frame, leaving some unanswered questions about how the events unfolded that night. 

    Sciarra, the attorney, has challenged the teen's story that he was uninjured in the crash, in which he admitted he was not wearing a seatbelt. 

    The state has said the teen's injuries were consistent with an assault, not an accident.

    Craig McCarthy may be reached at 732-372-2078 or at CMcCarthy@njadvancemedia.com. Follow him on Twitter @createcraig and on Facebook here. Find NJ.com on Facebook.

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    J.P. Stevens High School teacher Laura Holborow will use the grant money to pay for solar panels to be installed on the school's green house. Watch video

    Laura Holborow, a science teacher at John P. Stevens High School in Edison expected a decision to arrive any day on her grant proposal to install solar panels on the school's greenhouse. Thursday morning, she got her answer during a school assembly.

    Dream Big Challenge for Teachers awarded Holborow $100,000 to buy the panels that will provide heat and light to a greenhouse that trains students and grows food for the community. 

    "This is so overwhelming. I mean I was getting impatient trying to figure out if I won or not," Holborow said. "Four years ago, I started begging for a greenhouse and here we are today." 

    Holborrow is one of just five teachers in the country, and the first teacher in New Jersey to receive the top prize from the Dream Big Challenge since the contest began three years ago, according to officials at Farmer's Insurance. After submitting a video explaining how the $100,000 would be used, hundreds of thousands voted for her proposal on the insurance company's website.

    Now three years old, the high school's greenhouse grows about 1,000 pounds of seasonal organic fruit annually for students and the Edison community.

    Samantha Tse has worked with the greenhouse as apart of the Students for Environmental Awareness (SEA) club for the past two years. She's seen the greenhouse go from an abandoned house and muddy slump to the 30-foot by 60-foot training facility it is now. 

    "I have a deep passion for science and want to make a career out of this so something like this is like a building block for me." said senior Samantha Tse, 17. "I know for a fact that we're doing something good. As I leave J.P. Stevens, I just want to know that it's in good hands because I want to come back and see how much this school is growing."

    In addition to SEA club members, culinary students use produce grown in the greenhouse.

    However, the students most heavily involved in the project are those in the special education program called Project P.I.E.C.E.S. (Providing Instruction and Experience in Community and Everyday Studies). Through the program, staff not only teach students how to grow their own food, but also how to package and sell the produce.

    "A lot of the kids were afraid to get their hands dirty at first, but now they're excited to see their seeds grow," said special education teacher Marissa Freeman. "They see the end product, the harvest..... they take ownership in it because it's theirs." 

    More than $100,000 has been invested into the greenhouse project already. The first grant was provided by Sustainable New Jersey nearly three years ago. State Farm Insurance has also invested over $68,000 into the project. The Edison Board of Education foots the electric bill along with many of the other costs of the school project.

    "There's no way we could could afford this. We've used grants and the Board of Education for everything so far," said Vice Principal Meredith Quick. "It would be such a hassle to taxpayers to run the heat [during the winter] and the goal of all of this is to help the community." 

    School officials hope there will be enough funds to pay for solar panels to heat a new farm shed, which will be used to sell produce in front of the school.  The grant may have been spurred by one program but it has become a schoolwide project, said Principal Gail Pawlikowski.

    "The students, the faculty, the staff everyone is behind this," Pawlikowski said.

    Taylor Tiamoyo Harris may be reached at tharris@njadvancemedia.com. Follow her on Twitter @ladytiamoyo.

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    For the time a woman, Jynette Hernandez, was elected class president Watch video

    The New Jersey Department of Corrections (DOC) swore in 147 new officers Friday morning and for the first time a woman, Jynette Hernandez, was elected class president.

    Lt. Governor Kim Guadagno, who has attended 19 of 21 graduations since taking office, told the trainees-turned-officers: "Your families are supporting you. Someone should say thank you for that. I'm here to do it."

    Guadagno reminded them that they are now part of another family. "That's the family of those that wear the blue uniform. She encouraged them to "be loyal to each other, to listen to each other, to have each other's back."

    DOC Commissioner Gary M. Lanigan administered the oath of office to the new officers, Class 241.

    Class 241 represents 19 of New Jersey's 21 counties.

    The class includes 11 individuals who have served in the military, as well as 32 who come from law-enforcement families and 56 members of Class 241 have a college degree.

    Michael Mancuso may be reached at mmancuso@njadvancemedia.com. Follow him on Twitter @michaelmancuso Find NJ.com on Facebook.


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    All the news and information on the playoff semifinals in one place.

     ESSENTIALS 
    •  Brackets for all 23 sections  
     Round 2 mega-coverage guide 
    • Previews, picks for all Round 2 games  
     NJ.com football Top 20, Nov. 12: New teams burst in after Round 1 
    •  Championship games schedule, locations, dates and times (matchups TBD)

    ROUND 1 RECAP
    • Results and links for Round 1 games
    • Hot takes from Round 1: Thrillers, blowouts and upsets
     The top 30 performances from the football quarterfinals

    PLAYOFF PREVIEWS
     Bracket-by-bracket previews  
    • An A-to-Z guide to the playoffs
    • Predicting all 23 sectional champions
    • Dark horses: 19 dangerous low seeds 
     35 players worth the price of admission 

    FRIDAY LIVE COVERAGE
    Paramus Catholic at No. 2 St. Peter's Prep, 7
    Delsea at No. 4 Timber Creek, 7
    No. 19 Howell at No. 10 Lenape, 7
    Old Bridge at No. 20 South Brunswick, 7
    Mount Olive at West Morris, 7
    Bloomfield at Union City, 7

    FRIDAY'S FEATURED COVERAGE 
    Paramus Catholic at No. 2 St. Peter's Prep, 7
    Live updates
     Box score

    Delsea at No. 4 Timber Creek, 7
    Live updates
    •  Photo gallery
     Box score

    No. 19 Howell at No. 10 Lenape, 7
    Live updates
    •  Photo gallery
     Box score

    Old Bridge at No. 20 South Brunswick, 7
    Live updates
    • 
     Photo gallery
     Box score

    Mount Olive at West Morris, 7
    •  Live updates
    •  Photo gallery
     Box score

    Bloomfield at Union City, 7
    Live updates
    •  Photo gallery
     Box score

    Irvington at No. 13 Phillipsburg, 7
    •  Photo gallery
     Box score

    Sayreville at No. 18 North Hunterdon, 7
    •  Photo gallery
     Box score

    Rahway at West Essex, 7
    •  Photo gallery
     Box score

    Hackettstown at Caldwell, 7
    •  Photo gallery
     Box score

    Freehold Borough at Brick Township, 7
     Box score

    Manasquan at Point Pleasant Boro, 7
     Box score

    Voorhees at Parsippany Hills, 7
     Box score

    Roselle Park at Shabazz, 7
     Box score

    Middlesex at Burlington City, 7
     Box score

    TOP 20 SCOREBOARD
    • Paramus Catholic at No. 2 St. Peter's Prep, 7
    • Delsea at No. 4 Timber Creek, 7
     No. 5 Millville at No. 17 Rancocas Valley, 7
     Freehold Township at No. 6 Manalapan, 7
     No. 14 St. John Vianney at No. 7 DePaul, 7
    • No. 19 Howell at No. 10 Lenape, 7
     Wayne Hills at No. 12 Old Tappan, 7
    • Irvington at No. 13 Phillipsburg, 7
     Mater Dei at No. 16 Holy Spirit, 7
    • Sayreville at No. 18 North Hunterdon, 7
    • Old Bridge at No. 20 South Brunswick, 7

    SATURDAY LIVE COVERAGE
    • Delbarton at No. 1 Bergen Catholic, 1
    No. 3 St. Joseph (Mont.) at No. 9 Pope John, 1
    • Ridgewood at No. 8 Montclair, 1
    Elizabeth at No. 11 Westfield, 1
    • Bridgewater-Raritan at Piscataway, 1
    • Haddonfield vs. Cinnaminson, 1
    • Gateway at Penns Grove, 1

    SATURDAY'S FEATURED COVERAGE 
    Delbarton at No. 1 Bergen Catholic, 1
    • Live updates
    • Box score

    No. 3 St. Joseph (Mont.) at No. 9 Pope John, 1
    Live updates
    •  Photo gallery
     Box score

    Ridgewood at No. 8 Montclair, 1
     Live updates
    •  Photo gallery
     Box score

    Elizabeth at No. 11 Westfield, 1
    •  Live updates
    •  Photo gallery
     Box score

    Bridgewater-Raritan at Piscataway, 1
     Live updates
    •  Photo gallery
     Box score

    Haddonfield vs. Cinnaminson at Cherry Hill West, 1
    • Live updates
    •  Photo gallery
    • Box score

    Gateway at Penns Grove, 1
     Live updates
    •  Photo gallery
     Box score

    TOP 20 SCOREBOARD
    • Delbarton at No. 1 Bergen Catholic, 1
    • No. 3 St. Joseph (Mont.) at No. 9 Pope John, 1
    • Ridgewood at No. 8 Montclair, 1
    • Elizabeth at No. 11 Westfield, 1
    • Immaculata at No. 15 St. Joseph (Hamm.), 1

    PLAYOFF SCOREBOARDS
    Non-Public, Group 4 

    Non-Public, Group 3  

    Non-Public, Group 2 

    North Jersey, Section 1, Group 5

    North Jersey, Section 1, Group 4 

    North Jersey, Section 1, Group 3 

    North Jersey, Section 1, Group 2 

    North Jersey, Section 1, Group 1 

    North Jersey, Section 2, Group 5 

    North Jersey, Section 2, Group 4 

    North Jersey, Section 2, Group 3 

    North Jersey, Section 2, Group 2 

    North Jersey, Section 2, Group 1 

    Central Jersey, Group 5 

    Central Jersey, Group 4 

    Central Jersey, Group 3 

    Central Jersey, Group 2 

    Central Jersey, Group 1 

    South Jersey, Group 5 

    South Jersey, Group 4 

    South Jersey, Group 3 

    South Jersey, Group 2 

    South Jersey, Group 1 


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    Tawan Moses, 25, was found by authorities shot multiple times on Throop Avenue Friday

    NEW BRUNSWICK -- An East Orange man died Friday night after a shooting in New Brunswick, police said. 

    Tawan Moses, 25, was found by authorities shot multiple times on Throop Avenue, near Feaster Park, and pronounced dead at the scene at about 8:30 p.m., Middlesex County Prosecutor Andrew Carey said. 

    An autopsy is pending, Carey said in a release. 

    Local and county authorities are investigating the shooting. Anyone with information can call the Middlesex County Prosecutor's Office at 732-745- 4436.

    Craig McCarthy may be reached at 732-372-2078 or at CMcCarthy@njadvancemedia.com. Follow him on Twitter @createcraig and on Facebook here. Find NJ.com on Facebook.

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