State police say a northern New Jersey man committed suicide when authorities came to his home this week to arrest him on sex assault charges.
At last able to get back to their possessions, many in the Garden State are finding them hopelessly destroyed by the flood.
Officials are advising people to stay out of the water. They’re concerned not just about oil and raw sewage, but also chemicals.
Flooding continues to be a major problem in Paterson, where several streets turned into rushing rivers as the water churned over corners and down roads.
John Wilson, of Franklin Township in Somerset County, said he used the drug to treat his condition. However, he says he wasn’t allowed to tell that to the jury in his 2009 trial.
The results are in from a new survey on the quality of life in the counties of New Jersey.
Thanks to a pollution settlement from a lawsuit, the state now has money to rip out three dams in the Raritan River in Somerset County.
An appeals court agreed the boys, who were 14 years old, engaged in sexual contact when they held down two 12-year-old boys in Somerset County in 2008 and placed their bare buttocks on their faces.
The victim, identified only as a Somerset County resident, went under Saturday evening in Dallenbach Lake.
A sycamore tree fell on a tent in New Jersey on Tuesday morning, killing a man and injuring his wife. Miraculously, three children, who were also in the tent, were not injured.
Henry Cho of Chatsworth, Calif, was visiting relatives in East Brunswick when he borrowed a canoe to go fishing on Farrington Lake on Saturday.
Police said 30-year-old Henry Cho of Chatsworth, Calif., was visiting family when he borrowed a canoe to go fishing on Farrington Lake in East Brunswick.
According to police, a person visiting from California took out a canoe on Farrington Lake in East Brunswick Saturday afternoon and never returned.
Authorities said another student saw the boy remove the weapon from his book bag on a school bus on their way to Central Middle School.
Bergen County authorities said the burglary ring known as the James Bond Gang appears to be back. They said there have been 40 burglaries in New York and New Jersey since 2009 that fit the group’s pattern — most of them in the last six months.