A New Jersey woman was killed Friday when a tree fell and landed on her car.
Authorities say there is a new reason to set your security alarm – no matter where you live.
Authorities were investigating Tuesday afternoon, after a woman was found dead in the South Mountain Reservation in Essex County, New Jersey.
New Jersey American Water said repairs on the ruptured 24-inch main in Millburn have been completed, and testing showed the water quality to be safe.
Several families fled their homes after a water main break on Glen Avenue in Milburn, New Jersey, Friday night, CBS2 reported.
Police in Parsippany have made arrests in connection with a series of burglaries that took place there.
A billboard was mounted on Interstate 78 in New Jersey this week, as family members continue their frantic search for a Hoboken man who vanished 10 days ago.
Similar fights are going on throughout the country as parents fight to get many different cultural and religious holidays added to the school holiday list in their areas.
Businesses and neighbors slammed by one flood after another welcome the dam proposal, while others say it will destroy the wildlife and the beauty of the park.
Shawn Custis, 43, appeared before a judge at his arraignment in Newark on Tuesday morning. Authorities said Custis broke into the Millburn home on June 21, 2013 and beat a mother of two for nearly 10 minutes.
Chase Harrison, 18, beat incumbent board member Rona Wenik, winning 1,805 votes to Wenik’s 1,653, according to incomplete results from the Essex County Clerk’s office.
Shawn Custis, 42, was arraigned Tuesday on charges of attempted murder, robbery, burglary and child endangerment.
An hour after warrants were issued for his arrest, Shawn Custis was arrested Friday along 10th Avenue in the Inwood section of Manhattan by FBI agents.
A brutal attack on a woman in her own home in Millburn, N.J., raises the question of what parents should say to their children when a stranger becomes dangerous. A parenting expert weighed in with some answers.
Mill police Capt. Michael Palardy called the attack “one of the most brutal things I’ve seen in 25 years.”