The Four Commandments (of many) of driving in New Jersey
There are many rules to the road and they're in place for safety reasons to protect both you and I and the many other who walk, bike, run or drive on New Jersey roadways. There are four situations in particular many of us come to face with on a daily basis.
Eastern Equine Encephalitis fells Cumberland County mare
Four Eastern Equine Encephalitis cases were reported in New Jersey in 2016. This is the first of 2017.
Lifeguards at Island Beach State Park weekends through October 1
The lifeguard stands on most New Jersey beaches are empty now, but they're still occupied on weekends at Island Beach State Park.
Labor Day fire, explosion in Stafford under investigation
Police in Stafford seek details regarding a fire and explosion in an industrial site on Labor Day.
Search for missing Barnegat woman deepens, police seek info
Police in Barnegat say that they have spoken with Theresa Michaelson since her Saturday disappearance, but that she hasn't pinpointed her location.
New Jersey small business operators invited to share feedback with SBA in Washington
Small business operators in New Jersey are being given their chance to express to the Small Business Administration in Washington ways to cut regulatory obstacles and improve policies.
Admitted fentanyl pusher gets five years for Bordentown death
The drug dealer who sold a Bordentown man the fentanyl that killed him is sentenced to five years in prison.
Suspect hid crack cocaine in his underwear, Howell police say
According to Howell police, two crack cocaine suspects were stopped while trying to drive from their house before a search, and one of them hid the drugs in his drawers.
Suspect answers for break-ins, looting, near-fire at Stafford shops
The suspect in a breaking-and-entering binge in Stafford Township apparently is no stranger to township police.