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Ex-NJ Transit bus driver gets prison for dragging passenger to death
Fayola Howard closed the door on the arm of a good Samaritan, then dragged him and ran him over, according to authorities.
Freehold Borough, NJ man accidentally kills someone at party, charged with manslaughter
FREEHOLD BOROUGH — A borough man has been charged with manslaughter after accidentally killing someone at a small gathering on Sunday, according to the Monmouth County Prosecutor's Office. Efrain Cruz Jr., 45, is being held at the Monmouth County Correctional Institute on the second-degree charge. A...
Rutgers University hikes tuition again ahead of 2022-23 academic year
Rutgers noted that this year's increase is "nearly two-thirds below the current rate of inflation."
‘Never give up’ — Manalapan, NJ dad recovering from heart transplant at 49 years old
Despite an active lifestyle and watching his diet, Nandan Savalia suffered a heart attack during a cardio boot camp class in June 2018 at age 45.
Elizabeth, NJ man left for dead along Parkway, man from Texas arrested
He was also wanted for a hit-and-run in Houston.
NJ playing catch-up with mosquitoes that arrived early and will stick around longer
Dozens of mosquito species call New Jersey home, and they seem to be doing so for a longer period of time each year.
Edison, NJ man charged with murder of former girlfriend found in car
Police found the body inside a vehicle in Atlantic Highlands.
Child care constraints forcing NJ moms out of the labor force
"I believe we are in triage mode here in our great state," said Assemblywoman Britnee Timberlake.
Gibbsboro, NJ man arrested, charged with attempted murder
A female unrelated to an altercation at an apartment community was shot in the leg, according to the Camden County Prosecutor's Office.
Graduates from these NJ colleges are likely to make more money
One New Jersey institution comes in as the highest-ranked public school on the list.