Investigators say anonymous call reporting that two people were being held hostage in a northern New Jersey dry cleaning business and had bombs strapped to them turned out to be a hoax.
Police in Bergenfield, New Jersey on Friday were trying to find the driver who struck and seriously injured a man in a hit-and-run a night earlier.
A man suspected of punching another man on a New York City street has admitted that he climbed onto the roof of a New Jersey Turnpike toll plaza to flee from police.
According to officials, the man followed a 13-year-old girl in his Sport Utility Vehicle near Palisade Avenue and South Taylor Street in Bergenfield, New Jersey on Tuesday night.
Police in Bergenfield, N.J., Sunday night were investigating a broad daylight shooting that left two people wounded.
A deadly extra-alarm fire led to an explosive discovery Sunday in Bergenfield, N.J.
It’s all part of an overall proposal outlined by Gov. Chris Christie last week to strengthen existing gun control laws in New Jersey and target the root causes of mass violence in response to the Dec. 14 mass shooting in Newtown, Conn.
Though the former Democratic governor doesn’t even live in New Jersey anymore, Gov. Chris Christie keeps bringing up the name of the opponent he unseated in 2009.
On Wednesday afternoon, a strange man allegedly offered a ride to four children on Tappan Road, near the Rockland County border. Fortunately, they did not go with him.
A 12-year-old boy told police a man accosted him and offered him money to get into his pickup truck, authorities said.
Four years ago, coach Ed Mooney was diagnosed with cirrhosis. Last summer, he was put on the waiting list for a liver transplant before getting an unexpected call from the family of a former player.
Ed Mooney, 52, said Dan Glover, 24, was just the sort of person who would donate his organs.
As New Jersey’s acting education commissioner, Christopher Cerf is charged with carrying out Gov. Chris Christie’s plans to overhaul some aspects of the state’s public education system.
According to Gov. Chris Christie, the biggest problem in education in New Jersey is comfort.
A Bergenfield man is accused of engaging in sexual conduct with three girls under the age of 13.