Trenton Man Arrested For “Hello Kitty” Overdose Death
A Trenton man is charged with the overdose death of a Stafford man, allegedly selling him the deadly drug Fentanyl with a stamped "Hello Kitty" character on the packet.
NJ’s rank not good for long-term elder care
New Jersey falls in the middle of the pack in its quality of long-term services and support for the elderly and developmentally disabled adults, according to a recently released state-by-state scorecard from AARP, The Commonwealth Fund, and The SCAN Foundation.
Thunderbirds, Golden Knights return for AC Airshow
One of the biggest draws of the Atlantic City Air Show returns next month. Both the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds and the Army Golden Knights flight teams will be performing in the Aug. 13 show.
Removing Minimum Boating Age
Boating is a popular pastime in the Garden State and a proposed bill from Assemblyman Erik Peterson would allow children to participate in the hobby by removing the minimum age at which a person can obtain a boating license.
Officials: Future Tent City Plans Would Have to have Structure
After a protest in Lakewood saw former Tent City residents ask the government for land in order to build a homeless community, the Township deputy mayor said any future projects from the groups would require more structure.
Sandy Projects Continue
The start of a steel sheet pilings project for Mantoloking and Brick is one of several coastal endeavors the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection has to remediate after Superstorm Sandy.
Addressing Easement Holdouts
The Garden State dodged a bullet when Hurricane Arthur only grazed the state last weekend, but Gov. Chris Christie believes New Jersey is still vulnerable if another storm hits.
Bill provides $1.3B for autism research
A new bill introduced in Washington would allocate $1.3 billion in funding for autism research and initiatives, as well as addressing the needs of autistic children who are "aging out" of current programs.
Parkway Shoulder Causing Headache For Homeowners
The Garden State Parkway shoulder widening project through Ocean and Monmouth Counties received a lot of blow back from residents living near the highway, however with the construction in full gear the problem hasn’t quieted down.
Boardwalk games checked for fairness [AUDIO]
Before families test their luck at boardwalk games, state inspectors will be checking to make sure everything is on the "up and up" as part of the Safe Summer 2014 campaign.