Brick Township joins opiate lawsuit, NJAG targets ‘evil’ Subsys maker
Brick Township joins a growing class-action suit against opiate manufacturers, and the New Jersey Attorney General focuses on the maker of an opiate-fentanyl formula.
Bookeeper to be sentenced for taking $438K from employer
Sarah Coon's plea bargain requires her to pay full restitution and back taxes, and drops charges against her husband and daughter.
Pallone’s HEARTS Act would raise student cardiac risk awareness
The legislation would require US health officials to spearhead an education drive that would reach every school, to combat the risk of sudden cardiac deaths among students.
Child sex assault conviction sends Monmouth defendant to prison for 25 years
Santiago Gonzalez-Ruiz's sentencing, based on the charges forming his conviction, requires him to stay behind bars until age 82.
Why will helicopters be buzzing and hovering low over the shore?
Crews aboard the Hughes helicopters will inspect overhead transmission lines for Jersey Central Power and LIght for up to 10 days, starting October 13.
Lakewood electronics recycler sentenced for insurance fraud
Investigators accused Albert Boufarah of a key role in a scheme that reduced health insurance premiums by falsifying job descriptions.
5 hospitalized after Route 539 crash in Manchester
A bystander in a driveway sustained serious injuries when the impact sent one of the cars spinning off the highway.
Toms River Police Officer Brett Hansen’s watch ends
Hansen clung tenaciously to life through numerous operations during nine months since his horrific crash on the Garden State Parkway. He was 28 years old.
Emergency management drills October 3 at NWS Earle
Emergency management training October 3 at Naval Weapons Station Earle might look unnerving, but it's only a drill.
Neptune social worker’s license suspended amid groping allegations
Cheong Park is accused of having intimate physical contact with a client under the guise of relaxation and exposure therapy.