8 Hospitalized, 2 Critically Injured, When Boat Hits Rocks In Woodbridge, N.J.Eight people were injured, and two of them were critically injured, when a boat crashed into rocks in Woodbridge, New Jersey Sunday.
New Jersey Town Issues Alert After Raccoon Tests Positive For RabiesA raccoon trapped in Middlesex County, New Jersey last week has tested positive for rabies.
Deadly Shooting At Motel In Woodbridge, New JerseyIt happened at a motel on Rodgers Street right off of Routes 1 and 9.
Power Being Restored After Crash Causes PSE&G Outage In Middlesex CountyPolice say around 4:30 a.m., a dump truck struck power lines in Woodbridge at New Brunswick Avenue and South Charles Street.
New Jersey Town Removing Pools From Abandoned Properties Due To Zika ConcernsA Middlesex County, New Jersey, town is taking extra steps to protect residents from the Zika virus this summer.
Hundreds Rally For Union Workers As Possible NJ TRANSIT Strike Looms Hundreds of people packed a playground in Woodbridge Saturday morning to show support for union workers who are currently locked in a contract dispute with NJ TRANSIT.
NJ Pet Shop Owner Accused Of Selling Sick Puppies As State Lawmaker Looks To Tighten Laws On Dog BreedersA pet store owner in New Jersey has been arrested over accusations he sold sick puppies after being ordered to stop.
Woodbridge School Bus Aide Accused Of Taking Money From Special Needs StudentsThe crime was unthinkable, a school bus aide accused of stealing money from special needs students.
Suspect In Deadly Old Bridge Stabbing In Custody Following Trailer Home StandoffA man who was barricaded inside of his trailer home on Freddie Ave in Woodbridge on Monday afternoon was taken into custody.
3 Years For N.J. Loan Officer In Multi-Million Dollar Mortgage Fraud SchemeA New Jersey loan officer involved in a large-scale mortgage fraud scheme that caused millions of dollars in losses was sentenced to three years in prison Tuesday.
NJSPCA: Teens Record Themselves Running Over Geese With SUVThe two 17-year-old boys have been charged with third-degree animal abuse, the NJSPCA said.
Woodbridge Homes In Flood-Prone Areas Torn Down As Part Of NJ Buyout ProgramDavid Glass, deputy commissioner of the state Department of Environmental Protection, said the homes were all bought out under the state's Blue Acres program and the families were relocated.