As investigators in the Atlantic County Prosecutors Office determine whether to press charges against the parents of the four-year-old Toms River boy, who shot his six-year-old playmate in the head on Monday, Toms River residents remain in shock by the tragic incident.
The teen pregnancy rate is on the decline, but the new face of the unwed mother is a young 20-something who has graduated high school and is more than likely living with the child's father. Why the shift?
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is initiating risk assessments on 20 flame retardants and three other chemicals found in everyday consumer products. New Jersey’s senior U.S. Senator is urging the EPA to conduct further evaluations of chemicals found in household products like children’s cribs.
Every parent knows to store medicine out of the reach of small children and yet, each year more than 67,000 youngsters are treated in emergency rooms for unintentional poisoning, which is a 30 percent increase over the last decade.
Today marks the two-month anniversary of the horrific Newtown, Connecticut school massacre. That tragic fact did not stop several gun rights activists from voicing their staunch opposition yesterday to a bill that would allow towns to create gun-free school zones.
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