A 27-year-old Bergen County man has been charged following a hit-and-run crash in Ramsey that left a New York man seriously hurt, authorities said.
The three people who were killed in a fiery crash along Interstate 287 in Mahwah Township, New Jersey, were identified Wednesday as a father and son and a co-worker they were trying to help repair a broken-down truck.
New Jersey State Police said a tractor-trailer struck the back of disabled cement truck on the right shoulder of Interstate 287 near exit 66.
After nine days on the loose, a missing horse was back at his home in Mahwah, N.J. Monday night.
Makenzie Vulgaris, 15, rescued the horse from a slaughter house six months ago. Animal rescue groups and volunteers have been helping Makenzie and her parents search for chief in the woods in Mahwah.
A young girl apparently escaped serious injury when she fell about 25 feet from a ski-lift chair at a resort in Mahwah.
The suspects, from Queens and Brooklyn, went into the A&P market in Mahwah Wednesday night, loaded the cart with the pricey formula and tried to race out with the stolen goods, police said. According to police, the suspects planned to sell the expensive formula in bodegas back in the city.
Critics complain “Out Of The Furnace” depicts the Ramapough Indian tribe living in and around Mahwah, N.J. as violent, drug-using hillbillies.
I-287 was shut down south of Route 17 as authorities worked to safely remove the vehicle. The driver was able to escape without serious injury.
Clint Callahan, a 25-year-old Ramsey resident who was sitting in the front passenger seat, was ejected from the SUV and suffered serious internal injuries. He underwent surgery and was hospitalized in serious condition late Saturday afternoon.
A New Jersey man has been arrested and charged with sexually assaulting a 7-year-old girl.
Some New Jersey police chiefs have expressed serious doubts about the notion of armed guards in schools.
Temperatures are expected to hit a low of 27 Thursday night. Friday will be mostly sunny with a cold wind and a high of 36 degrees.
It’s been a less than wintry December so far, but a Bergen County ski mountain is opening its doors this morning.
Many New Jersey residents faced yet another bone chilling night Monday as temperatures fell and power had yet to be restored to parts of the Garden State.