Police said Robert Womack lived alone in his two-story home, where the fire broke out early Saturday.
One man was killed and a firefighter was burned when a fast-moving fire destroyed one home and severely damaged another in northwestern New Jersey.
The 26-year-old woman lost control of her car and crashed into several utility poles on Friday night, police said. The mother and son were airlifted to a nearby hospital. Both had been wearing seat belts.
A New Jersey man was arrested Friday and charged with endangering the welfare of a child after police found radioactive materials in his home.
One New Jersey neighborhood was too big, and one was too small, but a mother bear and her cubs found a tree in a neighborhood that was just right.
Staff members noticed falling ceiling tiles in a classroom building at the Helen Morgan School.
A New Jersey man allegedly sent a text message to a police detective by mistake as he tried to set up a drug sale.
The snow began early in the morning, and in parts of our area, roughly four inches fell, forcing some residents in New Jersey to break out their shovels in the afternoon.
Police reportedly detected a strong odor of burnt marijuana when they responded to the house where the smoke detector went off. Three young men and a juvenile were later arrested on drug-related charges.
Residents were on edge in upscale areas of northern New Jersey, as cunning burglars ransacked ritzy homes in an elaborate crime spree.
Some brazen crimes have left frayed nerves among residents in an upscale New Jersey community, with police advising residents to lock their doors.
In Sparta Township, the steady spring snowfall meant several more inches of snow on grassy surfaces and driveways. This snow system brought about nine inches there.
Imagine driving and suddenly you’re bombarded by flying ice and shards of glass. That’s what happened to one driver because someone in front of her didn’t remove snow and ice from his truck.