15-year-old at Park With Loaded Gun Nabbed By Stafford Twp. Cops
Thanks to a tip from a concerned resident, Stafford Township Police were able to track down a 15-year-old boy with a loaded gun and a folding knife at a local park.
Watch Out: More and More Pedestrians Getting Killed in NJ
According to data compiled by the Governors Highway Safety Association, there were 179 pedestrian fatalities in the Garden State in 2020, and 220 last year, an increase of almost 23%.
Groups: Electrifying NJ School Buses is About More than Our Lungs
If every school bus currently in operation in New Jersey were replaced with an electric bus that has vehicle-to-grid technology, the additional power storage would be enough to power more than 68,000 homes for a day, according to a report.
Cheating on Your Taxes in NJ? Someone is Watching You
You might not be aware of it but a specially trained group of men and women are hard at work in New Jersey, cracking down on tax cheats.
More Swimmers and Boaters in Philadelphia Waters — and That’s a Problem
The Maritime Exchange insists swimmers and kayakers pose a safety and security risk, while the Delaware Riverkeeper says that’s untrue and absurd.
Man on NJ’s ‘Most Wanted’ List Apprehended in Mexico
Juan Francisco Aguillon, who once lived in Flemington, was arrested on May 7 by members of the United States Marshals Foreign Field Office, according to the New Jersey State Police.
Man Crossing Route 40 in Mays Landing Struck by Car
The Hamilton Township Police Department says a man was seriously injured Thursday morning when he was struck by a car while crossing Route 40.
Another Big Chain Store is Closing One of its New Jersey Locations
It's been a rough go for businesses of all shapes and sizes in New Jersey over the past couple of years and now a regional chain is closing one of its stores in the Garden State.
NJ Poison Control: DIY, Diluted Baby Formula Not Safe Alternatives
The state Poison Control Center listed almond, cow, and goat milk, rice drinks, protein shakes, and honey as examples of unsafe substitutes for baby formula.
Legionnaires’ Disease Cases Traced to Morris County, NJ, Hotel
State health officials are investigating three cases of Legionnaires’ disease among adults who stayed at the Hilton/Hampton Inn Parsippany Hotel within the second half of last year.