Two high schoolers who say they were just trying to make some money are now in hot water.
A woman told police she was sitting on the back porch of her North Mountain Avenue home around 10 p.m. last Wednesday when a man confronted her and began beating her with a blunt force object, officials said.
At yet another high school in New Jersey Wednesday, students were being warned to get rid of inappropriate pictures on their cellphones or face the consequences.
A woman who worked as a waitress at a Bridgewater, N.J. restaurant was left looking for a new job on Saturday, according to a published report.
The Bridgewater Patrol car was responding to the track to check on a possible trespasser.
The man was outside trying to determine why the house had lost power when he touched a live grounding wire.
Residents near the Van Holten School in Bridgewater, N.J., had some unexpected home repair projects this weekend, following dozens of acts of vandalism.
People with disabilities will now be required to have their medical conditions recertified every three years to qualify for New Jersey’s handicapped parking privileges.
The videos were recorded at Bridgewater-Raritan High School, and were posted on a “BRHS Fights” Facebook page that opened last week.
New Jersey communities from one of the state to the other have had it with vultures, and have strung up vulture carcasses this winter to drive away flocks of the damaging birds.
Residents in Bridgewater said they have been recently spotting more and more vultures in their area — to the tune of more than a hundred.
The first-term Republican says his first foreign trip was designed to tout business and trade opportunities in New Jersey for Israelis. It also helped him get a better grasp of the unique security challenges facing the volatile region
Bridgewater police have written tickets worth $163,000 this year to motorists for allegedly using handicap parking placards that belong to dead relatives.
According to EPA spokesperson Bonnie Bellow, about 200 million gallons of water flooded the property and electricity was “totally knocked out” by the storms.
The situation has become bitterly familiar along the swollen Passaic River: More rain, and more flooding.