This week we saw fires around the state and heard challenges to President Obama's eligibility on New Jersey primary ballots.
Here are some more highlights from the past week's news:
On Monday, we posted a and a , saw and heard challenges to to be on New Jersey's primary ballot.
On Tuesday, we posted a your business listing on Patch, heard some of the from around the state, announced that there is an online database that lists , found out about an American Cancer Society , saw a fire and heard the Galloway City Council .
On Wednesday, we get rid of the penny, announced that two Galloway employees after rescuing a wheelchair bound woman from a fire, heard questions about a and saw that a man who fell off a ladder at a Purdy Automotive Construction Site .
On Thursday, we , announced that a local teacher will in May, posted a letter about a proposed senior center , announced that the and saw the Greater Egg School District conduct a "."
On Friday, we explored how Richard Stockton College to the college affordability crisis, heard about in New Jersey, saw a student against Ugandan warlord Joseph Kony, of last weeks reader's choice and saw a judge who wished to have his name removed from New Jersey's primary ballot.
On Saturday, we who died on the Titanic, saw a and about a proposed State Police Barracks.