A man from New Jersey who has diabetes and recently lost part of his foot claims a police officer left him on the side of the road with no way home.Kieran Walsh is still in the hospital, recovering from an infection that could cause him to lose more of his already partially amputated left foot. He says the redness and infection are the result of a grueling walk home Along Avenue C in Bayonne after his vehicle was towed by a Bayonne police officer.
Thanks to apps like Waze and Google maps, traffic in one New Jersey town has grown to what is described as a category five level, meaning complete gridlock. Officials say it's all because the popular traffic apps steer traffic onto Leonia roads whenever there is a major traffic delay heading to the George Washington Bridge.A 90-minute delay due to emergency construction on the bridge Wednesday morning sent motorists scrambling to find short cuts, and Leonia took the brunt of the diverted traffic.
It appears that vandals tried to steal some of the holiday spirit in the oceanside town of Sea Girt, New Jersey. Someone sliced and cut the Christmas lights which had been set up for the holiday display. The act took place during the long Thanksgiving holiday weekend.Workers noticed the damage on Tuesday when they were doing a test on the lights on a Santa display and on the town Christmas tree.
@ArtisThe@Giants@nyjets@Yankees Love it man. Go for it. Just remember next season is coming and I want the Jets, Giants, Knicks, Nets, Devils, Rangers, Isles, Mets and Yanks to beat everyone including all Philly and Boston teams.
@ArtisThe For the record, I Love Philly, the people and the city but as a NY sports enthusiast I can't be a hypocrite. I can't like the Eagles for one game then turn around next season hoping the Giants beat them. Good Luck in two weeks.
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