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County Prosecutor Investigating Middletown South Student-Run Cafe
The investigation was also confirmed earlier this week by Middletown schools superintendent Dr. Bill George, who said his office initially looked into the matter, and then called in the county prosecutor.
3 Babies Stabbed At Queens Daycare Center, Police Say
Jersey's Remains Found, Dog Jumped Off BoatSquare Dancing Lessons This FallHalloween Costume Swap Sept. 30 At Fort MonmouthWhat's the Matter Cat Got Your Tongue?Twin Lights Condos Fined $12,500Sandy Hook Coast Guard Rescues Man From Oil TankerOceanFirst CEO & New Jersey Natural Gas to be...Monmouth
Leasing a pet? Sisters say Middletown shop tricked them
When sisters Heather and Allison Schall purchased Cooper, an eight-week-old golden retriever from a Middletown pet store, they didn't know they were actually leasing the pup, according to court papers.
RED BANK: A 'BIG MIX-UP' AT THE OYSTER POINT - Red Bank Green
Among the artists: Katie Truk, who cuts and sews pantyhose in interesting and colorful patterns, which she then stretches over wire; Lisa Bagwell, who uses a multitude of items that would otherwise go into the garbage – almost nothing is off limits; and Donna Payton, who employs acrylic paint, suede
NYPD: On-duty MTA bus driver busted for drunk driving on Staten Island
STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. -- An on-duty MTA bus driver was busted for drunk driving in New Dorp Thursday night, police said.
Neptune City DWI checkpoint Friday night
NEPTUNE CITY - The Monmouth County DWI Task Force will run a checkpoint on Route 35 from 11 p.m. Friday until 3 a.m. Saturday, according to Brielle police Chief Michael Palmer, the task force's coordinator.
NJ football: Top moments from across New Jersey in Week 3
(Photo: Michael Karas/NorthJersey.com)The 2018 high school football season continued with a loaded Week 3 schedule across New Jersey.Here were some of the highlights from the across the state:No. 4 DePaul survives upset scare from DelbartonAfterlosing by a touchdown to No. 3 St. Josephlast week, No.
NJ Mom Of Triplets Dies After Collapsing At Back To School Night
2 Arrested At Gunpoint Near Ocean County Park8 Arrested In Statewide NJ Opioid Drug RingBrick 14-Year-Old Earns Eagle Scout HonorManchester Woman Found SafeBrick Marine Enlistee Graduates From Parris IslandMuseum Day: Free Admission At NJ MuseumsThank You, Brick Patch Readers!Brick High School Sport
5 People, Including 3 Infants, Stabbed at NYC Maternity Center; Butcher Knife, Meat Cleaver Found at Scene
A 52-year-old woman is in custody; cops say she tried to kill herself in the basement of the facility after the stabbing spree A 52-year-old woman allegedly stabbed five people, including three baby girls no more than a month old, at a maternity center in Queens early Friday, and cops say they found
New Jersey News: NEWARK, Six People Charged For Roles In Newark Drug Trafficking Organization |
NEWARK,N.J.– Federal and local law enforcement authorities have charged six people for their alleged roles in a drug trafficking organization that distributed heroin in Newark, U.S. Attorney Craig Carpenito announced today.
Museum Day: Free Admission At These New Jersey Museums Saturday
If you're looking for a fun and free activity for the weekend, consider a trip to one of New Jersey's museums. Saturday, Sept. 22 is "Museum Day" and admission to more than 1,500 museums in the country, including 25 in New Jersey, is free.
12 In Deadly NJ Gang Ring Now Face Jail, Including Ex-Sports Star
Twelve members of a deadly New Jersey gang ring face long prison terms now that its longtime leader, an ex-high school sports star, has been convicted and sentenced. More than 80 gang members and associates have been arrested in the big bust that involves some of the nation's most notorious gangs.
Lindenwold man shot dead at La Cascata complex in Gloucester Township
Police responding to 911 calls found William Henry Jr., 21, lying on the ground near the 400 block of the La Cascata complex, said the Camden County Prosecutor's Office.
5 Year Old Gets Accepted into Woodbridge Gifted and Talented Program - New Brunswick, NJ Patch
This Gifted and Talented program is one of the few programs that accept students as young as 1st grade. Pearl was not only able to place into the program, she also received a test score two levels about the minimum score to get into the program. We sat down with Chima, Pearl's mom to talk about this
Your next NJ traffic stop could leave you face-to-face with a troubled cop
Eileen Cassidy, a Spring Lake Heights mother of three, spent 22 days in jail because New Jersey hid a State Police sergeant’s misconduct for nearly a year, her attorney argued.
Downed wires create electrical hazard, outages in Midland Beach Ocean Breeze
STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. -- The FDNY responded to a report of live wires electrifying sidewalk grating in Midland Beach on Tuesday afternoon.Power outages were reported in the area, according to the Con Edison website.The call was made at 11:52 a.m. of wires sparking and smoke coming from a meter on the
New Brunswick man struck and killed by car on Route 18
According to police, Christoph Freese was struck by a 2006 red Dodge Charger driven by Joshua Mauer, 32, of Woodbridge, around 4:52 a.m. Police said Mauer was driving north on Route 18 at the time of the incident.
Man, 23, charged with attempted murder in shooting
The victim, police previously said, wasElijah McCall, 24, who was arrested on June 12 on drug and weapons charges.
24 men, including cop, arrested for allegedly using apps, games to lure children: NJ officials
TOMS RIVER, N.J. — A police officer was among 24 men arrested when New Jersey investigators posed as teenagers to catch child predators using popular apps, games and chats, officials with the N.J. Office of the Attorney General said Tuesday.
10 New Businesses Coming Along Rt. 35 In Middletown/Hazlet
MIDDLETOWN, NJ — Businesses come and businesses go, especially with the "retail apocalypse" that's currently affecting the U.S. economy. But in the middle of all the gloomy news (Bye, Geoffrey the Giraffe), there are some bright spots.