Police believe that they have recovered the body of a Paterson teenager who went missing while swimming last weekend. The Coast Guard had been looking for 17-year-old Rudy Mena since he disappeared off Long Branch last Sunday.
The boy was swimming with his sister and another man Sunday evening after life guards went off-duty when they got caught in a rip current, officials said, and the 17-year-old went under and didn’t resurface.
The boy was swimming with two friends Sunday evening after life guards went off-duty when they got caught in a rip current, officials said, and the 17-year-old went under and didn’t resurface.
At a meeting on Tuesday night, Superintendent Michael Salvatore apologized to parents for last week’s incident in which two maintenance workers allegedly tied up four students in a school bathroom.
This weekend, rumors started flying on Facebook that maintenance workers allegedly tied up and gagged a group of four boys inside a bathroom at Gregory Elementary School in Long Branch.
One student told a parent that he and the other boys were tied up by the men, suggesting it may have started as something of a game or prank.
The fire broke out around noon Monday. So far there are no injuries reported.
You’ve been hearing this week about how the Valerie Fund puts young cancer patients at ease, but it also does wonders for their parents.
People in one Jersey Shore borough have probably been breaking the law for years without even knowing it.
An anti-bullying video created by some central New Jersey middle school students has become an Internet sensation, thanks largely to publicity spawned by the pop star whose recent hit song was reworked for the production.
Monmouth County authorities say the death of a man whose body was found inside the trunk of a burning car this week has been ruled a homicide.