Lawrence Foster, a former Johnson & Johnson executive who helped steer the health care giant through the Tylenol poisonings in the early 1980s, has died at the age of 88.
Gun buyback events held in Middlesex County, N.J. last weekend netted more than 1,800 weapons, state officials announced Wednesday.
A Chinese-born chemist who worked for a decade for Bristol-Myers Squibb was sentenced to life in prison in New Jersey Monday, after being convicted of poisoning her husband rather than letting him divorce her.
Talk about a drive-through restaurant.
Acting Prosecutor Andrew Carey says police responding to a 911 call found 19-year-old Eduardo Mendez outside a home in the 200 block of Talmadge Street. He was taken to a hospital, where he was pronounced dead a short time later.
Paige Aiello was last seen at her family’s home in Hillsborough on April 9.
Police have released pictures hoping to identify more students involved in the party that turned rowdy.
Bottles were smashed and a couch burned in the middle of the street as police in riot gear attempted to break up the crowd of young party goers, many of whom are students at Rutgers.
The video immediately garnered national attention, as Rice is seen both physically and verbally abusing his players. The head coach included gay slurs in his rants and even threw basketballs at his players.
The state senator suffered facial cuts in the crash in Franklin Township Monday.
NJ TRANSIT is learning a lesson from superstorm Sandy, which ravaged its storage facilities in Kearny and Hoboken, causing $100 million in damage.
Rutgers University has decided to cancel classes for the rest of the week at its New Brunswick and Newark campuses in New Jersey.
What is the worst day of the week for traffic in the Tri-State area? The answer might surprise you.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie continues to finalize his keynote address for next week’s Republican National Convention in Tampa, Fla. When asked about taking the national stage in a high-profile role, the governor said he’s looking forward to the opportunity.
The NYPD rejects the AP’s criticism that six years of undercover surveillance by a secret police unit never led to a terrorist being brought to trial.