Schools would not immediately be able to deny students lunch because their parents haven't paid the tab under a bill scheduled for a hearing by a state Assembly panel Monday
Stephanie Connelly and her business North Jersey Gold and Tri-State Jewelry Exchange were served with 32 summonses by the state's Division of Weights and Measures, authorities say
Police are asking anyone with more information call 973-627-1314
One to two lanes will be closed due to the repair work, the DOT says
A white male body was found lying on a knoll near the Passaic River in Newark this morning, authorities said
The vehicle, a silver Honda Accord, was fully engulfed in flames, State Police said
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The historic nature of Hightstown, and how it could — or should — be used to promote the borough’s downtown as a “destination area” was a prominent theme at the planning board’s meeting earlier this week
Andrew Carey orders Helmetta to hire a full-time police director or chief or merge with neighboring police department
For firefighters at the West Trenton Volunteer Fire Company, the first notice they had of a gas leak on Crockett Lane Tuesday was when their firehouse started shuddering
A body was found in the Passaic River in Fair Lawn Saturday afternoon, according to borough police.
Police were called out to the speakeasy on 900 Martin Luther King Boulevard just before 5 a.m. and found four people shot, Mayor George Muschal said.
Schools officials are urging parents to talk with their children after reports emerged that some borough middle school students were purposely passing out for a quick high, according to a letter from the district.
A Hamilton Township couple is facing charges after police said they found stolen merchandise and $175,000 worth of marijuana plants growing in their home, reports the Press of Atlantic City
The actress died at the Lillian Booth Actors Home in Englewood
RARITAN TWP. — John King has commuted to his business in Hunterdon County from his home in Lancaster County, Pa. for 24 years. "My wife says I should slow down," he says amiably from behind the meat counter at the...
One of George Muschal’s first acts as mayor was to call up Trenton Free Public Library Director Kimberly Matthews to discuss reviving the four local library branches
While two out of four European bookmakers offering odds on
the 2016 presidential race give Florida Sen. Marco Rubio the best chance at
snagging the nomination, a third gives the top odds to Christie and a fourth
puts the two men tied.
Tonight's Mega Millions cash option is a minimum of $151 million, lottery officials said
The Boeing 777-200, on a flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing, lost communication over the South China Sea two hours into the flight. Authorities have since reported detecting signals from the jetliner off the coast of Vietnam
Man staged the incident so police would bring his estranged wife home, police say
A man convicted of nearly killing Hackensack's police director more than two decades ago was sentenced Friday to 5 1/2 years in prison in a federal gun case, according to a published report and court records.
In the 23-page brief submitted to the court late Friday night, Mark Davis claims that government prosecutors presented misleading evidence to the jury, leading to his client’s conviction.
The Hamilton St. Patrick's Day Parade starts at the Nottingham Firehouse
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A Boeing spokesperson confirmed on Friday that the company's wing manufacturer had found hairline cracks on its wings
Dan Tote, an off-duty Trenton EMS worker coming back from a haircut yesterday afternoon ran into a building on fire and ushered out a family including a baby, officials said
Frontier Airlines kicked off its job fair yesterday to fill positions for its first East Coast flight attendant crew base, which will open in June.
Police responding to reports of shots fired shortly after 8 p.m. on the 300 block of Avon Avenue found a man shot once in the leg and a woman shot once in the arm
Mayor George Muschal said the matter has been sent to the city’s ethics board. The city’s pay-to-play ordinance bars city contractors from making cash contributions to the campaign of any candidate.