A New Jersey psychic is facing theft, money laundering and tax-evasion charges after several victims said she conned them out of hundreds of thousands of dollars.
Anne Krineski Joyce was trying to keep cool at her home when she found an unexpected visitor in her back yard: a bear.
The Valerie Fund’s help has inspired families and a whole town to come out and rally for the cause of fighting cancer and blood disorders, WCBS 880′s John Metaxas reported.
Two more former students at a prominent New Jersey Catholic school have come forward to claim that they were sexually abused by clerics in the 1970s and ’80s.
Prosecutors from multiple counties in New Jersey have announced the conclusion of a seven-month gang investigation.
The prosecution alleges Kleber Cordova’s daughter watched him hold her mother’s head under water in their bathtub in Morristown four years ago.
Ronnie Fedo of Jefferson Township must serve 85 percent of the term imposed before becoming eligible for parole.
Kleber Cordova is accused of drowning his wife in a bathtub at their Morristown home three years ago.
A monument like no other has been destroyed in Mendham.
Bart Scott’s residence in Mendham, NJ has no power because of Hurricane Irene, and he’s unsure when the lights will go back on. Still, the Jets linebacker considers himself one of the lucky ones.
New York shook, rattled and rolled Tuesday afternoon following a 5.8 magnitude earthquake that struck in Virginia and rolled its way across the Northeast, hitting Washington, DC and swayed buildings in the city.
Kashif Parvaiz, originally from Brooklyn, and Antoinette Stephen of Billerica, Mass., are charged with murdering Parvaiz’s wife, Pakistani-born Nazish Noorani.
Kashif Parvaiz Charged With First-Degree Murder In Boonton, N.J. Shooting Death Of Wife Nazish Noorani
Authorities said Parvaiz plotted the killing with another woman, 26-year-old Antoinette Stephen, who was also arrested and charged in the plot.
The results are in from a new survey on the quality of life in the counties of New Jersey.
When the curator of the Morristown National Historic Park first found out in May that their letter supposedly by Lord Byron was a fake, panic set in.