Police said they arrested a man who they believe has been terrorizing women with a gun at New Jersey shopping areas and robbing their jewelry.
Morris County Prosecutor Robert Bianchi says the discovery was made at about noon Thursday by a landscaper working on Sylvan Drive, a little over a mile from the intersection of Interstates 80 and 287 in Parsippany.
In Piscataway, there is an office that looks like any other, a maze of cubicles, except for one thing. Each desk is marked by an American flag. This is the home of Vets for Warriors.
Authorities say the victims knew Davis and went to his home because they were concerned about him. The found him injured and holding a knife, which they tried to get away from him.
The Republican lawmaker died at the statehouse in Trenton following a marathon session Monday night.
“Last night, he fought the good fight on this floor, right up until the end of his life,” said Gov. Chris Christie. “He passed doing what he does…serving the people of New Jersey.”
Thirty-two-year-old James Sgambati of Parsippany, who has an extensive criminal record, must serve three years of the sentence before becoming eligible for parole.
One surprising fan has taken the care of NFL icon Vince Lombardi’s grave site into his own hands. And guess what? He roots for the Jets.
A 20-year-old state DEP program doles out 150,000 fish a year to eat up larvae.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie singled out this superintendent’s contract as a “poster boy” for greed, but now the state has approved it.
The board approved a five-year contract extension for Seitz on Nov. 9 to boost his pay to more $216,000, and the district reportedly has been paying him the increased salary.
Prosecutors told reporters Wednesday they could not yet identify a motive and lamented the hazards that could have resulted from Jason Campbell’s alleged actions.
When Samir Elbassiouny sees Egyptians fighting for democracy, he fills with pride.
Fees from 190,000 fishing licenses and 90,000 trout stamps fund the project, which happens for eight weeks in the spring, and once in the fall.
When her EMT son went missing in the days after 9/11, Talat Hamdani traveled to Mecca to pray that he was safe — hoping authorities could have thought him a suspect because of his Muslim background and detained him.