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Woodbridge Man Plotted To Kill His North Brunswick Ex-Wife: Cops

WOODBRIDGE, NJ — A man formerly from Woodbridge, NJ and his girlfriend from Indiana have been charged with plotting the murder of a North Brunswick woman.

PATCH - 2018-08-19 01:23:57

2 found unconscious due to carbon monoxide poisoning at NJ market

"We unfortunately had a low amount of manpower due to other calls in town. So arriving here with two crucial patients trying to separate them, trying to get them the help that they needed, that was our biggest concern as well as evacuating the rest of the structure, making sure nobody else felt ill,

ABC7NY.COM - 2018-08-19 03:02:48

N.J. nanny who abused infant and broke her leg has been found guilty

The Somerset County Prosecutor's Office announced Friday that Laura Gonzalez, 39, of Paramus, had been found guilty.

NJ.COM - 2018-08-17 19:11:00

1 of 2 missing Freehold teens found in New Brunswick

Jocelyn Zaveckas, 15, was located at 8 p.m. by Rutgers University police, Freehold Township police said Friday morning. Her 16-year-old friend, Kayla Destefano, is still missing, but police think she is the New Brunswick area.


Trump says he 'won't let' social media target conservatives

Apple, YouTube and Spotify have permanently removed some of his content and Facebook has suspended him for 30 days and removed some of his pages, while Twitter has given Jones a weeklong timeout and is mulling deeper changes to try to limit the spread of fake news, misinformation and hate speech.

WCVB - 2018-08-18 20:03:00

Back-to-school guide 2018: where to catch free supplies, deals across NYC

“Suppliesfor Success” Event– UJA Federal New York will be hosting their 17th annual “Supplies for Success” event where dozens of volunteers will fill backpacks full of school supplies for local students in need. Visitors can stop by for a free bag.When:Wednesday, August 22, 2018, 2-5 p.m.Where:UJA-F

PIX11.COM - 2018-08-19 01:22:27

Perth Amboy home has five bedrooms, country eat-in kitchen and views of Raritan Bay

PERTH AMBOY – "By the sea by the sea by the beautiful sea." Oh how happy you will be to be as the proud new owner of this brick-and-vinyl-sided Colonial in the Waterfront section of town. The home is located on the corner of Rector Street and Lewis Street, just off picturesque Water Street, and has

MYCENTRALJERSEY.COM - 2018-08-18 05:00:00

Gov. Phil Murphy signs bill allowing Plainfield to create more administrative departments

The bill, sponsored by 22nd District Democrats Sen. Nicholas Scutari, Assemblyman Jim Kennedy and Assemblywoman Lisa Carter will allow the city to create more departments in the administration.

MYCENTRALJERSEY.COM - 2018-08-18 12:00:00

Jamesburg Home Was Heroin Den, Prosecutor Says

JAMESBURG, NJ — A pair of Jamesburg brothers allegedly ran a large-scale heroin operation out of their home, the Middlesex County prosecutor announced Wednesday night.


Resident escapes fire that destroyed his Rahway apartment

No one was hurt in an early-morning fire that destroyed an apartment in Rahway, officials said.The fire broke out on the second-floor of a two-story mixed use building on the 1500 block of Rahway Avenue around 4:12 a.m. and was brought under control by 5 a.m., a fire official said.North Jersey fire


Helmetta man accused of 60 New Jersey car burglaries

SOUTH BRUNSWICK - A Helmetta man has been arrested in connection with more than 60 car burglaries during the past month, due to the efforts of police in South Brunswick, East Brunswick, Jamesburg and Monroe.


Cops seek tips for body found in water near bridge

Police described the victim as a white male, age 35 to 45, with brown hair wearing black Leo Poldo boxer briefs and a black leather bracelet with an iron cross in the middle.


Warren TD Bank robbery suspect sought by police

Around 2:15 p.m., a robbery was reported at the TD Bank on Mountain Boulevard here, according to Somerset County Prosecutor Michael H. Robertson and Warren Township Police Chief William Keane.


Angry retired cop with badge and teen face off in viral video

NOTE: A Passaic County Sheriff's Office department spokesman, William J. Maer, returned multiple requests for comment to NJ Advance Media on Wednesday morning to say the unidentified man in the video is a retired captain from the department. Maer did not name the retired captain nor explain what typ


N.J. weather: Brutal heat sets up threat for more severe thunderstorms, flooding

A heat advisory has been issued through 6 p.m for Bergen, Hudson, Union and eastern Essex counties.


Staten Island kids launch bid for Little League World Series glory

The lanky soon-to-be eighth-grader is so close with his Little League World Series-bound teammates that they’ve developed a sort of coded language. Some say he and his catcher, Chris Cancel, can read each other’s minds.


Man Missing In Woodbridge Twp., Police Say

The above pictured person, believed to be Saiid Zann, is 6'2" tall, 180 pounds, and was last seen on May 7, 2018 wearing a white t-shirt ,blue jeans and was not wearing shoes.


Police release stills of alleged getaway car in Warren bank robbery

WARREN TWP. -TD Bank on Mountain Boulevard was robbed on Saturday, Aug. 11, and police are seeking the public's assistance in identifying a man wanted in connection to the robbery.The robbery occurred at about 2:15 p.m. Saturday, according to a joint press release issued Tuesday bySomerset County Pr


NJ Transit: Three trains canceled on Northeast Corridor for positive train control

People walk along the railway platform as they arrive at Hoboken Terminal, Monday, July 10, 2017, in Hoboken.(Photo: Associated Press)


Court upholds firing of Middlesex County sheriff's officers for bribing Joseph Spicuzzo

Ruth Jacobson's frail bloody body was found on the floor of the master bedroom in her High Street home, after apparently being strangled and beaten to death with her own cane, which was found in splinters.Alexander Lewis, Editorial Intern