The Middlesex County Jail Warden said that Dharun Ravi will likely be released after serving 20 days of a 30-day sentence. Like inmates with similar sentences, Ravi began with five days of credit for good behavior and five days for working.
A teenager charged in a series of attacks on New Jersey synagogues is facing another arson charge for allegedly trying to burn a building at Rutgers University.
The family, which moved here from Mexico seeking a better life, is mourning the sudden death of a wife and mother of five children.
The fire broke out at the home on Lee Avenue in Woodbridge just before 1 a.m. Tuesday. Police say the woman’s 38-year-old son was taken to the hospital and is expected to survive.
Anthony Trapp, 39, was found dead from an apparent suicide after barricading himself inside the Bear Mountain Bridge motel in Fort Montgomery, authorities said.
Verizon has issued an apology after sending out an alarming text message to New Jersey residents.
The accusations come after inspectors with the Weights and Measures Office checked whether 325 stations were selling fuel with octane levels as advertised.
Protestors are calling for action from an independent authority like the state or the FBI and not the Middlesex County prosecutor in investigating the shooting death of 47-year-old Barry Deloatch.
In newly filed legal papers, that Dharun Ravi’s lawyer says prosecutors got it all wrong in the death case of Tyler Clementi and that the charges should be dropped.
The results are in from a new survey on the quality of life in the counties of New Jersey.
A grand jury has charged a former student with bias intimidation for allegedly using a webcam to spy on his male roommate’s intimate encounter with a man.
Emergency crews are still on the scene where a tanker crashed in Middlesex County on Saturday evening.
Flood watches are in effect across much of Connecticut and the Northeast as rain moves in and threatens to raise already swollen waterways out of their banks.
Investigators believe the thefts may be the work of “individuals involved in nontraditional religious practice,” but declined further comment.
Detective Matthew Bandurski said 58-year-old William Pittel used a six-inch steak knife to stab a 70-year-old man and two women, ages 86 and 87.