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Police say Dodge struck pedestrian before he was pinned under Mazda in Washington
Washington Township police announced Saturday afternoon that a 43-year-old pedestrian was struck Thursday evening in a Washington intersection by a Dodge driven a 70-year-old borough woman.
Buy A Neon Christmas Tree At This North Jersey Farm
BELVIDERE, NJ — When we think of Christmas colors, we tend to think of greens and reds with some gold thrown in. One New Jersey Christmas tree farm wants you to broaden your Christmas color horizons with neon colored Christmas trees.
Colts Neck killings: The rise and fall of the Caneiro brothers
Just before he was brutally killed last month, Keith Caneiro was exploring the possibility of leaving New Jersey. He’d sent his resume to a classmate from Columbia University and explained how he was willing to relocate to California for the right job.
Coast Guard Makes Rescues in Waters off Manasquan, Cape May
MANASQUAN/CAPE MAY, NJ — The U.S. Coast Guard, with help from the Manasquan Fire Department, rescued three men and a dog from a sinking commercial fishing vessel in the Manasquan Inlet early Saturday morning.
Former Warren doctor gets 10-year prison sentence for role in drug ring
WARREN TWP. - A former Warren doctor was sentenced to 10 years in state prison on Monday, Dec. 3, for supplying a drug ring with tens of thousands of high-dose pills of the highly addictive opioid painkiller oxycodone.
A Family's Hope and Plea for a Kidney Donor
(WBRE/WYOU-TV) For every 100,000 people who need a kidney transplant, only 5 percent actually get one. Leaving 80 thousand still waiting. One Pottsville woman is hoping her father will be one of the lucky ones.
Gottheimer Spreads Holiday Cheer at Famous Warren County Christmas Tree Farm
BELVIDERE, NJ - On Saturday, December 8, 2018, U.S. Congressman Josh Gottheimer (NJ-5) visited Wyckoff’s Christmas Tree Farm in Belvidere as part of his “Josh on the Job” tour. Gottheimer, Belvidere Mayor Joe Kennedy, and owner John Wyckoff Jr. toured the 170-acre farm that boasts over 65,000 Christ
Phillipsburg frustrations, concerns mount week after alleged council threat surfaced
Phillipsburg Town Council is moving its first meeting in a month to Lopatcong Township, over continuing security concerns in the wake of allegations a town police officer posted an apparent threat against a council member on Facebook.
3 charged in violent home invasion targeting older citizens
Authorities have charged two Washington, D.C., residents and a Maryland woman in connection with a South Jersey home invasion in which a woman was dragged down a flight of stairs.
Salmon fishing in New Jersey? Landlocked fish added to fourth lake in bid to lure anglers
Fishing for salmon in New Jersey is a reality as a state-run program continues to expand. This fall, 325 landlocked Atlantic salmon found a new home in Merrill Creek Reservoir in Warren County. The reservoir became the fourth deep-water lake in New Jersey to provide shelter for salmon.
Sex trafficker found guilty of raping 3 women, making women his slaves
A Northampton County jury convicted Seth Mull of raping three women, holding two of them against their will and making them his sex slaves. He was acquitted of raping a fourth victim, although he was convicted of indecent assault, sex trafficking and involuntary servitude for that victim.
Father, son brought prostitute to Palmer Township sting and sped off, cops say
Two more men were charged Friday in a undercover prostitution sting in Palmer Township, court records say. These two are charged with crimes related to promoting prostitution, while the five arrested earlier were accused of patronizing a prostitute, according to police.
Hackettstown man struck by Dodge gets pinned under Mazda (PHOTOS)
WASHINGTON BOROUGH, NJ (Warren County) – A Hackettstown man became trapped under a car after being struck by another vehicle Thursday evening. At around 5:58 p.m., township police responded to a motor vehicle accident involving a pedestrian at the intersection of Route 31 and Route 57, police said i
30 Burgers Coming Soon To Hackettstown
HACKETTSTOWN, NJ — 30 Burgers, a burger and hot dog joint, is opening up in the coming months in Hackettstown. An exact opening date has not been announced. The restaurant will open at 903 High Street, where the Enzo's Pizzeria used to be.
3 arrested after loaded handgun, marijuana found during traffic stop
READINGTON TOWNSHIP, NJ (Hunterdon County) – Three North Carolina residents are facing charges after police find a loaded handgun and marijuana during a traffic stop Monday evening.
Can a sitting president be indicted while in office?
WASHINGTON (AP) ï¿½ For the first time, prosecutors have tied President Donald Trump to a federal crime, accusing him of directing illegal hush-money payments to women during his presidential campaign in 2016.
Police say 21-year-old man shot father inside NY home
HENRIETTA, N.Y. (AP) ï¿½ A 21-year-old man has been arrested in the fatal shooting of his father inside a Rochester-area home. Monroe County Sheriff's deputies tell the Democrat and Chronicle that Fabian Vazquez shot his 48-year-old father, Dezerick Brooks, around 5:30 p.m. Friday inside Vazquez's h
MLB rumors: Yankees' Bryce Harper odds improve as Nationals bow out? ‘We put one heck of an offer out there’
All eyes will be on free-agent outfielder Bryce Harper when the MLB Winter Meetings begin Monday in Las Vegas. The slugger could land a 10-year contract worth $400 million. Several deep-pocketed teams, including the New York Yankees and Philadelphia Phillies, are expected to talk with Harper and his
Appeals court upholds life sentence for Columbia County killer
Chattin - HARRISBURG — The state Superior Court on Friday upheld a life sentence for Cea Jay Chattin, 29, who admitted to killing a roommate in the Benton area of Columbia County.
Man convicted of serial rape, holding women as ‘sex slaves’
EASTON, Pa. (AP) — A jury has convicted a Pennsylvania man of serial rape and human trafficking charges that could put him in prison for life. Prosecutors say 31-year-old Seth Mull assaulted four women in the Bethlehem area and Philadelphia in a two-month span last year. The accusers said Mull claim