Authorities found six guns on the man who shot and wounded 20-year-old EMT Justin Angell. Police shot and killed the gunman.
Isaac Feliciano fought to become a firefighter. It was his dream, ever since firemen saved his family when he was four-years-old, but a childhood infection cost him his leg from the knee down.
Authorities say massive clutter inside a central New Jersey home helped fuel a fire that left an elderly man dead and a firefighter injured.
Prosecutors said George William Gray pleaded guilty to second-degree grand larceny.
Deep layoffs began in Camden Tuesday. Up to one-fourth of the city government’s workforce is expected to lose their jobs.
Exactly how many jobs are eliminated depends partly on whether public workers’ unions make last-minute concessions.
Two simple words profoundly changed Matthew Long’s life. “I will.”
Plainfield firefighter Michael Gillette faces multiple charges in two towns.
A stairway collapsed between the third and fourth floors and officials say a fire lieutenant fell two stories suffering serious injuries. One civilian was seriously burned.
It’s not uncommon for a son to follow in his father’s footsteps – but it is remarkable when a son foils a crime in the same spot his father did decades earlier.
George William Gray pleaded not guilty to grand larceny and other charges. The 68-year-old chaired the Glen Cove fire department’s general fund for almost 20 years before retiring last year.
This is the ninth year of the Stephen Siller Tunnel To Towers Run. What started in 2002 with 2,500 runners has grown to close to 20,000 runners in 2010.
Robert Linhart has been accused of scrawling messages of adoration on the sidewalk outside Madonna’s apartment building and possessing a 7 1/2-inch ice pick.
First set into hallowed ground in 2004 and crafted by masons from Hauppauge, it may return to the new World Trade Center site.
Tarrytown officials concluded Thursday that the tragic deaths of two friends killed by toxic fumes inside a manhole over Labor Day Weekend could have been avoided.