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Mercer County K-9 Unit Helps Find Missing Woman In Frigid Cold

When a 42-year-old woman went missing earlier this week, the Mercer County Sheriff's Office's K-9 unit was called into action. Amid frigid conditions in a winter storm, the sheriff's office was successfully able to find the woman.


Police: Trenton man charged with 'swatting' in Florence

FLORENCE — Authorities have charged a Trenton man with “swatting” after he allegedly reported several false crimes in the township and surrounding municipalities. Township police responded to a report of five armed men trying to break into a home in the 600 block of West Second Street on Jan. 22. Af


Owner of NJ home construction company charged with perjury

NEWARK, NJ – A Somerset County man was charged Thursday after he allegedly lied during proceedings before the U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), according to U.S. Attorney Craig Carpenito.


2019 District 17 wrestling tournament seeds

Teams: Bishop Ahr, Franklin, Montgomery, North Brunswick, Old Bridge, Princeton, Sayreville, South Plainfield,


Police arrest suspected serial burglar they say struck more than a dozen homes and businesses in N.J, Pa.

A 22-year-old man suspected of burglarizing more than a dozen homes and businesses in several New Jersey counties as well as in Pennsylvania over the past six months was arrested Thursday in Burlington County, authorities said.


Attitudes in Reverse® to Present IN THEIR SHOES™ Exhibit at Princeton University

PRINCETON, NJ - Attitudes in Reverse® (AIR™) will present its IN THEIR SHOES™ exhibit at Princeton University from 1 pm to 4 pm on February 18. The exhibit, part of Mental Health Week at Princeton University, will be on display in the Frist Campus Center (2nd Floor, East TV lounge).


Unlocked Princeton Home Burglarized While Resident Slept

PRINCETON, NJ — An unlocked Princeton home was burglarized overnight with the resident inside, police report. On Feb. 7 at 5:29 p.m., a Kingston Road resident reported their home was burglarized sometime between 11 p.m. on Feb. 6 and 9 a.m. on Feb. 7.


What's Open And Closed In Mercer County For Presidents Day

Most Mercer County offices and facilities will be closed Monday, Feb. 18, 2019, in observance of Presidents Day. The following County offices and facilities will be closed to the public Monday, Feb. 18, and will reopen for business Tuesday, Feb. 19:


New Jersey girl, 14, hospitalized after eating marijuana-infused gummy bear, police say

A New Jersey teen who ate a marijuana-infused gummy bear was later hospitalized because the edible made her sick, police say. The 14-year-old girl, who has not been publicly identified, was given the gummy bear by her 13-year-old classmate, according to NBC New York, citing officials with the Fair L


How New Jersey’s Proposed “Rain Tax” Will Affect Citizens of Clark, According to Mayor Bonaccorso

CLARK, NJ – A new tax proposed by the New Jersey state legislature does not sit well with Clark Mayor Sal Bonaccorso. The “Clean Stormwater and Flood Reduction Act,” informally known as the “Rain Tax,” has already moved through both houses in the state legislature, passing both the Senate and Assemb


Lawrence (33) at Princeton Day (35) - Girls Basketball

Khalin Hemingway recorded 16 points, nine rebounds and four steals, but it would be to no avail as Lawrence fell to Princeton Day 35-33 in Princeton. Lawrence (4-17) led 10-1 after the first quarter before Princeton Day (1-15) responded with a 14-5 second quarter.


Princeton girls basketball holds off Allentown to advance in Mercer County Tournament

PRINCETON — Knowing that the 10th-seeded Allentown High had defeated Princeton in their Colonial Valley Conference regular-season meeting less than a month earlier, the Tigers’ girls basketball players did not need to be reminded how tough their first round Mercer County Tournament matchup figured t


Former New Jersey officer indicted on sexually assaulting 2 children

NEW JERSEY (KYW Newsradio) -- A Burlington Township man, who used to be a cop in New Jersey, has been indicted on accusations he sexually assaulted two children. There were a total of 46 counts in the indictment against 37-year-old William Sanchez-Monllor -- who was an officer with the Trenton Polic


Celebrating Sinatra at the 12th Annual Princeton Jazz Festival

Tickets are now available at www.princetonjazzfest.org for the afternoon matinee 'Celebrating Sinatra' at the 12th Annual Princeton Jazz Festival. The Princeton Studio Band and Brian Duprey take you on a musical journey through Sinatra's hits. Showered with awards and recognition for his live and re


New Jersey woman strips and attacks cops

Did you see this story from Galloway Township in Atlantic County? A 26 year old woman, Rhiannon V. Thompson, had quite the interesting night. Police were talking to her after being called about a noise complaint about her house she just stripped and started assaulting the officers, according to the


New Jersey couple gives birth to three bundles of love on Valentine's Day

VOORHEES, N.J. (WPVI) -- It was a life transforming Valentine's Day for Alicia and Jim Brown of Franklinville, New Jersey. The couple always knew they were having three girls, but didn't expect them to arrive so soon.


Story falls apart: NJ man charged with murder; parents covered up, cops say

BOUND BROOK — A borough man is now charged with first-degree murder a month after police initially believed that a fatal shooting outside his home was the result of a struggle in which the victim got shot by his own gun.


Princeton University students to host vigil and day of action for classmate imprisoned in Iran

Princeton University graduate students will host a day of action and a candlelight vigil on Wednesday, Feb. 20, to call for the release of Xiyue Wang, a graduate student who has been detained in Iran for more than two years.


Couples Tie the Knot at Newark Municipal Court for Valentine's Day

NEWARK, NJ - It didn’t take much time for Ahmed Joaquin to profess his love for his future wife when they met while working at Revolution Foods in Edison. "I confessed my love to her two weeks after I met her," he said, standing in the Newark Municipal Courthouse today with the woman he just exchang


NJ woman bites police officer during arrest, cops say

FRANKLIN BOROUGH — A woman bit an officer in the shoulder during a traffic stop and claimed to be a member of a gang, according to police. Police in this Sussex Count borough said they stopped Jordana M. Cappiello, 26, of Hamburg, on Route 23 near the Irish Cottage Inn just before 10 p.m. Thursday a