Both the Senate and Assembly on Thursday approved a bill (A304) that requires schools to keep a supply of epinephrine auto-injectors and provides immunity to nurses and other trained personnel when using them in cases of emergency.
A 35-year-old city man was punched in the face and robbed of $90 Wednesday evening near the intersection of Myrtle Avenue and Martin Luther King Drive, police said.
Rick Baruffi, who was the top vote getter during the 2013 election, served for less than a year before stepping down for health reasons.
Travin Brissett, 29, who has a suspended driver’s license, drove off after being questioned briefly after a stop on Route 1 South, according to police.
This acquisition brings the total amount of permanently preserved land to more than 2,700 acres, or about 30 percent of the township.
The incident occurred about 9:30 a.m. at the school located at 300 Carteret Ave.
Connecticut man, 20, was killed while trying to cross Route 3 Thursday night with three friends.
Crash occurred before 4 a.m.
Michael Petrella, 26, faces up to a year in jail for using department money to pay for beer, diapers and other personal items
The robbery took place after the woman had pulled into her driveway and started to exit her vehicle, police said.
President Obama has signed a bill restricting the sale of more than two dozen designer anabolic steriods. The measure was sponsored by U.S. Rep. Frank Pallone of New Jersey.
Civil Service Commission has to let union weigh in, court says
This is the second time in two years that fire commissioner William Kleiber has been fined for denying an OPRA request from Jeffrey Carter, who is a former Franklin Township fire commissioner.
One of the accused thieves is well known by Hoboken police.
Kimberly Rivera, 13, has been missing since Dec. 10 from the 300 block of Elmer Street. She has been seen in Trenton, but her current location is unknown, police said.
A Jersey City man accused of shoplifting items from a Walgreen’s drug store in Greenville fought with and stole the wallet and badge of an off-duty cop who tried to stop him, according to police.
The city will allocate GSECDC $100,000 through Community Development Block Grant and Community Service Block Grant funds to the agency for added year-round services. The city will also provide the agency $65,040 in in-kind services.
Palermo's Cafe — a contemporary cake lounge in Little Ferry — molds the best of the old and new from the Bruno family's Italian heritage
Ginny Fine pleaded guilty to letting an exotic animal run wild, which violates an ordinance the township adopted after her pet bobcat Rocky had numerous escapes from her home.
The report says 30 employees received more than $1.1 million in longevity pay over two years.
Neither man showed a badge or a weapon, Linwood police said
The man, wearing a black uniform and sporting a lanyard with false credentials, claimed to be from “the state Water Department” police said.
WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama claims an array of successes in 2014, citing lower unemployment, a rising number of Americans covered by health insurance, and an historic diplomatic opening with Cuba.
John P. Bradley Jr. 18, of Neptune and Kahlil Platts, 19, of Long Branch were arrested Thursday night along with a 16-year-old boy as they were allegedly opening random car doors, said Ocean Township police Lt.
The township committee has granted amnesty to nearly 300 homes and businesses that have been chronically undercharged by the municipal water and sewer department.
Natasha Hightower, 29, got into her car outside the Anchor Bar around 1:30 a.m. and drove into a crowd of people, Lt. Steven Varn said.
A heavy boulder rolled down a hill and head-on into a parked car in a Nutley condo complex, authorities said.
Stephen Colbert said goodbye to his Comedy Central talk show with a little help from none other than U.S. Sen. Cory Booker
One photo from the scene shows a SWAT vehicle with several SWAT team officers behind it.
More details have emerged in the new case against a highly organized freight train robbery gang operating in Hudson County that authorities believed they had broken up more than a decade ago.