For the third time in two months, a bear stuck in a tree put on a show for some New Jersey residents.
There was another bear scare in New Jersey Wednesday, and this time, the unwelcome beast was brought down with the help of a tranquilizer dart.
Police said a downed wire on a fence was was on fire at the Crystal Springs Aquatic Center in East Brunswick. Seventy five terrified people were evacuated and kept away from the fence.
The victim, identified only as a Somerset County resident, went under Saturday evening in Dallenbach Lake.
In New York area towns where prices and sales are showing a certain vitality – there’s a train station and a short trip to the city.
Henry Cho of Chatsworth, Calif, was visiting relatives in East Brunswick when he borrowed a canoe to go fishing on Farrington Lake on Saturday.
Police said 30-year-old Henry Cho of Chatsworth, Calif., was visiting family when he borrowed a canoe to go fishing on Farrington Lake in East Brunswick.
According to police, a person visiting from California took out a canoe on Farrington Lake in East Brunswick Saturday afternoon and never returned.
The company involved in last week’s bus crash on the New Jersey Turnpike apparently has been under federal scrutiny.
It is that time of year when all those great holiday decorations start popping up in towns all over. But in some parts of New Jersey municipalities are scaling back their displays because of the economy.
NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. (AP) — Five teenagers charged in the beating death of a central New Jersey man who was attacked while out walking with his family have pleaded not guilty to murder charges. The […]