Officials suspended James Lang without pay from his tenured job as an English teacher at Fords Middle School 20 months ago.
A northern New Jersey woman has admitted to mailing a threatening letter to the Town of Secaucus.
The New Jersey Health Department announced Friday that Compassionate Care Foundation in Egg Harbor Township can open. The dispensary has not announced exactly what day it will open.
The town of Woodbridge, Conn., is one of several that has received state grants for a “micro grid” to maintain power to crucial utilities in the event of a storm blackout.
Gail Webster, a 21-year-old Passaic resident who was sitting in the back seat, was taken to a hospital but died there a short time later.
Fifty-nine-year-old Karen Lombardi was arrested Monday, but details of the allegations weren’t released at the time.
James Cunningham crashed his minivan into the rear of a parked FedEx truck and killed 43-year-old William Convery III, authorities said.
The accident took place shortly before noon on Fairview Avenue and involved a black minivan and a FedEx delivery van.
Storm victims in New Jersey who have been desperate for help are finding themselves victimized a second time.
The sponsor of a measure to reform the system has put it on hold after police and engineering officials called for changes to rules about the duration of yellow lights and the elimination of tickets for failing to make a complete stop before turning right on red.
A holiday display is causing controversy in Woodbridge. The mayor is hoping to satisfy any constitutional questions and has added something new this year.
Two high school students in Woodbridge, Conn., have been arrested on drug charges after police said a teenager ate a marijuana-laced peanut butter cracker and fell unconscious.
Up and down the Jersey Shore, storm-weary communities were keeping their eyes on the nor’easter on Wednesday
Two elementary school principals and three teachers in Woodbridge have been suspended with pay after state investigators said they helped students or encouraged cheating on standardized tests last year and in 2010.
Two principals and three teachers in a New Jersey school district have been suspended after a state investigation found an unusual number of erasures and other irregularities on standardized tests.