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Bear sightings reported at Princeton, NJ homes, school caught on video
Princeton residents have reported bear sightings throughout the township for at least a week from Aug. 11 to Aug. 18, 2022, most recently near Karin Court.
Woman held at knifepoint saved by Hackensack, NJ good Samaritan
Willy Ortiz, Jr. is hailed as a hero after saving a woman held at knifepoint in Hackensack on Monday. Esben Sarabe is charged with kidnapping and armed robbery.
Woman hospitalized by homeless man in brutal Lodi, NJ attack, cops say
Homeless man Anthony Iavarone, 63, is charged with aggravated assault for an Aug. 3, 2022 attack in Lodi, NJ that hospitalized a woman with a brain bleed, prosecutors said.
NJ councilwoman’s powerful dad bashes press for hit-and-run coverage
Hudson County Executive Tom DeGise critiqued The Jersey Journal's reporting on a hit-run involving his daughter Jersey City Councilwoman Amy DeGise.
Man charged with trafficking 420 pounds of marijuana in Ridgefield, NJ
Li Fan Feng is charged with intent to distribute after Bergen County investigators stopped his vehicle in Ridgefield and found 420 pounds of marijuana, prosecutors say.
Newark, NJ lifts boil water advisory for city, suburbs after huge water main break
A boil water advisory for Newark and Belleville has been lifted following a massive 72-inch water main break on Tuesday, August 9.
String of armed robberies under investigation in Franklin, NJ
Somerset County investigators are looking into three armed robberies between Aug. 6 and Aug. 10 in Franklin at a hotel, convenience store, and gas station.
NJ woman, 65, charged with killing her own mother
Loretta Barr, 65, is charged with manslaughter for fatally attacking her mother Florence "Peggy" Dicriscio at a Gloucester County apartment on Aug. 6, officials say.
Federal warning! Chemicals in air increase cancer risk for 2 towns in NJ
The EPA warns that residents living near medical sterilizing plants in Franklin (Sussex) and Linden are at an increased risk of cancer due to exposure to EtO, Ethylene Oxide.
No prison: 86-year-old NJ child molester gets to live out life in lap of luxury
Hal Sitt, 86, will not serve a day in prison after molesting a child for over a decade and instead gets to live in luxury at his family's $6 million home in Deal.