Latia Harris, 25, turned herself in to Salem City police around 7 p.m. Monday following an extensive search.
A woman surrendered to police in South Jersey Monday, in connection with an attack on another woman that was caught on video as the victim’s 2-year-old son tried to defend his mother.
Officers will be on the lookout for customers using fake IDs and for adults who buy alcohol for minors. Last summer, the program led to 211 arrests.
Every Fourth of July, there is a mad rush to Pennsylvania to buy fireworks wherever it is legal to buy them. But it is not legal to bring fireworks back to New York or New Jersey.
Police in southern New Jersey are looking for a woman who was videotaped beating a woman in front of her toddler son.
Department of Environmental Protection spokesman Bob Considine said there’s more sand on New Jersey’s beaches this summer than there was the day before Superstorm Sandy hit.
The 21 cash-for-gold stores from Edison to Emerson — six in Fairfield alone — are accused of using improper and unapproved scales.
A reputed drug kingpin was convicted on murder charges in Brooklyn Thursday, in a case that featured amateur rap videos of him rhyming about carrying guns and settling scores with bullets.
The Democrat-controlled New Jersey Legislature voted Thursday to raise taxes on companies and high-earning individuals while fully funding pension funds for public employees, but no one doubts that Gov. Chris Christie will veto the measure.
Residents of Old Bridge, New Jersey, have been seeing a rash of vandalism and theft of lawn ornaments.
A New Jersey woman has filed a lawsuit, alleging that her commute home made her sick. The woman also claimed her bosses fired her after her doctors diagnosed her with a unique disability.
The three people who were killed in a fiery crash along Interstate 287 in Mahwah Township, New Jersey, were identified Wednesday as a father and son and a co-worker they were trying to help repair a broken-down truck.
The closing will take place from 11 a.m. to 11:40 a.m. Thursday.
The New Jersey State Assembly budget committee on Tuesday night advanced bills to raise taxes on corporations and the wealthy, as an alternative to Gov. Chris Christie’s plan to slash the state’s contribution to public employee pension funds.
State officials are encouraging local governments, schools and religious institutions to ring bells for a full minute at noon to mark the occasion.