Police arrested Father Kevin Carter Friday over what supporters say was actually a lighthearted encounter
Rodney Jencsik was taken into custody after barricading himself in his home for 3 hours Monday
The union's plan, though, is to have fire District 3 be the surviving district, instead of starting with a brand new district, a move opposed by at least three other districts.
Jon Cannon, 24, was arrested and charged this past Friday in connection with three separate incidents on campus, two in which he touched a sleeping female student.
Police at Ideal Homes Monday afternoon, witnesses say
Darryl J. Senior, 48, of Williamstown, told investigators that although a minor had told him she had been repeatedly sexually assaulted over the course of several years, he did not report the
Two men jumped into the car and drove away eastbound on Morris Avenue, driving erratically, before one of them saw the boy in the car, police said.
Man fled Wendy's restaurant without any money but not before being captured on surveillance video.
For $5, Airpaper claims it will cancel a customer's service to the poorly rated cable and internet provider with just a few pieces of information
An anonymous online threat against a college in the Philadelphia area forced the region's many schools to put security plans into play.
Gov. Chris Christie turned up the attacks against President Obama on Monday night, calling him "an abomination" who's getting close to being the worst president in U.S. history.
Friends of a 27-year-old Jersey City man who died in a car crash early Saturday morning have paid tribute to him with a stirring musical tribute on Youtube.com. The 5-plus minute video shows Shyheem Anderson with family and friends, and with...
Two state senators said Monday night they would ask the Attorney General to investigate whether New Jersey's largest health insurer violated anti-trust and false advertising laws in developing a new plan that excludes half of the hospitals in the state.
A recently hired Spanish teacher at John Witherspoon Middle School was given $20,000 on The Ellen Show last week
Bail will be set tomorrow for a woman charged with murdering her ex-boyfriend who was found shot to death behind the wheel of a car after it crashed into a parked vehicle in the Jersey City Heights in August.
Three men have been charged in connection to a West New York street fight in which a father was beaten unconscious and his son was injured while trying to defend his father yesterday.
Compassionate Sciences Alternative Care Facility opened in Bellmawr Monday. It's the first dispensary on the western side of South Jersey.
The popular Asbury Park bar and restaurant is bringing its craft beer selection and high-end American comfort food to Burlington City.
Gov. Chris Christie ordered New Jersey's flags lowered to honor the nine people gunned down in a deadly rampage last week at Umpqua Community College in Roseburg, Oregon.
That's what Hamilton mayoral challenger Amy Inman proposed recently in announcing her economic development plan if elected.
Other witnesses to alleged incident being asked to call police
Victim was struck in garage at shopping mall Monday
NEWARK -- A Newark man was sentenced on Monday to nine years in state prison for breaking into a city apartment in 2012 and stealing electronic items while a 15-year-old boy was home alone.
A watchdog group questions the timing of campaign donations and congressional actions to help payday lenders.
Authorities have identified a husband and wife who died in a murder-suicide in the age-restricted Heritage community Saturday morning.
A-list entertainers who commit to performing four nights in Atlantic City wouldn't have to pay state income taxes if this wins final approval.
A convicted an East Orange man of the gunpoint robbery of a woman in the Bayway section of Elizabeth in January 2014.
U.S. Sens. Cory Booker and Robert Menendez urged the Senate Appropriations Committee to increase funding to groups feeding and housing Syrian refugees.
"The public should know that the sheriff's office always serves warrants in person and will never call for money or personal information," said Sheriff Frank J. Provenzano
NJOAG TRENTON -- A former state worker pleaded guilty Monday to charges she used her work computer to falsify documents and steal public assistance benefits, authorities said. Trenton resident Laquanda Tate worked as a senior payroll clerk at the state...