Suspicious Death, Measles Case Confirmed, Murderer's Sentencing Set Top Regional News
Man killed crossing Morristown street, runaway teen found, athletic facility referendum vote fails also make headlines.
Authorities are investigating what they are calling the “suspicious” death of a Wayne resident whose body was found at the base of a gorge in Pennsylvania.
A 33-year-old Hamburg man was struck by a driver and killed on Madison Avenue in Morristown Thursday night.
Nearly three years after shooting Hopatcong’s Alyssa Ruggieri in her home five times and killing her, Giuseppe Tedesco will learn how long he’ll spend in prison for the murder on March 20.
A teenager who ran away from her home in North Caldwell was found by Kinnelon police in a Ricker Road home that was later condemned as an unsafe structure when bath salts and marijuana led to seven arrests there.
The New Jersey Department of Health has confirmed one case of measles in Somerset County and is investigating two other reported cases of measles in people determined to be at locations in the area from March 6 to March 12.
Chatham Borough Police arrested five people for their roles in a home burglary at a Main Street apartment in which a large quantity of jewelry was stolen.
Dr. John Robb says Mars, Inc. is killing pets by over-vaccinating them and terminated his employment with the company for not following stringent guidelines.
Parsippany Township Council candidate Dr. Louis Valori says he'll next tell his story to the New Jersey Attorney General's Office.
A 22-year-old man from Morris Plains was fatally struck by a vehicle in a hit-and-run accident early Saturday along the West Side Highway in New York City, according to a report in the New York Post.
Appreciation for William "Billy" Zimmermann, just a few weeks shy of his 20th birthday, along with support for his family in Bernards Township, were offered by the hundreds of mourners who attended his funeral Mass on Tuesday morning at St. James R.C. Church.
A Great Meadows woman went to the hospital for a medical reason and left in handcuffs for drug possession, Hackettstown Police Sgt. Darren Tynan said.
A 29-year-old Chester man ran his car into a telephone pole causing the closure of North Road between Ironia-Mendham Road and Cramer Drive for over 12 hours, Chester Township Police said.