A security camera captured a burglary suspect climbing through Toms River Police Chief Michael Mastronardy’s window. The suspect was in the home for a minute before a family member returned.
The $11,200 that Point Pleasant Beach will pay out is much less than the nearly $38,000 in fees sought by the ACLU.
Patty Ostaszewski says exposure could have come from anyone. She says there are no active TB cases and no risk to patients or workers.
Nearly 40 people attended a candle light vigil in Toms River on Friday night to remember three friends that were killed in a mysterious car accident.
A drunk driver whose wife was killed when he crashed into a toll plaza on the Garden State Parkway in southern New Jersey is headed to prison.
Toms River Police Chief Michael Mastronardy said the man, whose identity was not released, struck a utility pole at an intersection.
Point Pleasant Beach will have to cease its practice of allowing individual borough council members to say a prayer before meetings, a judge ruled Friday.
Federal immigration authorities say a New Jersey man charged with drunken driving and vehicular homicide in the death of an off-duty police officer must remain jailed even though he has posted bail.
The nine-year veteran was headed home after working a holiday anti-drunken driving detail. He leaves behind a wife and two young children.
Michael Ritacco was accused of taking as much as $2 million in a bribery kickback scheme involving his leadership of the Toms River Regional school district.
Police said a suspected drunk driver was captured after fleeing the scene with several other people.
A New Jersey police officer headed home after his shift ended was killed early Thursday when an alleged drunken driver crashed into his vehicle on the Garden State Parkway.
Former Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin is expected to attend a tea party event in New Jersey on Halloween.
New Jersey’s fourth-largest school district is withholding more than $53,000 from the superintendent who retired after his arrest on corruption charges.
The former superintendent of New Jersey’s fourth-largest school district could still get hundreds of thousands of dollars in pension, unused sick leave and vacation time even if he is convicted of bribery and fraud.