News for Woodbridge, NJ. The township of Woodbridge is the 2nd most populous municipality in Middlesex County and the 6th most populous in New Jersey with more than 99,500 residents. The mayor in 2021 is John McCormac.
Wegmans grocery shoppers cautioned of data breach by store chain
Two unsecured databases meant that some personal information was vulnerable from 2018 through April, the grocery company confirmed.
Eric LeGrand's coffee to be sold at Rutgers football games
Before his first physical café has even opened, Eric LeGrand is already expanding his business.
Man arrested, another at large, after Woodbridge robbery and rape
Razzell Austin, 21, was arrested in the Avenel section of Woodbridge a day after the prosecutor's office released sketches of the individuals they say are responsible for the April 16 incident.
Ex-wrestling coach, NJ teacher is charged with more sex crimes
John Denuto had been a coach for two dozen schools and clubs around the state, according to a list shared by prosecutors.
Sketches released after couple mugged, raped in Woodbrudge
Police are looking for surveillance video from residents in the remote neighborhood bordered by the New Jersey Turnpike and railroad tracks.
Woodbridge police say pair robbed at gunpoint and woman raped
After the Friday evening incident in Port Reading, police said they are searching for two men believed to have been involved.
Man says 13 Woodbridge officers beat him in a case of mistaken ID
The Carteret man is suing the township and over a dozen police officers, saying he suffered permanent injuries after being confused for a different person.
Man falls from Garden State Parkway overpass and lands on car
The circumstances of how Goldberg fell from the overpass remain under investigation, according to State Police.
Woodbridge man spent half hour trying to kill 2nd victim — charge
Rahul Anumala spent 30 minutes using his hands, a pillow and blanket to strangle a individual in bed as they pleaded for their life and fighting him off.
NJ schools work to vaccinate staff amid push for more in-person
Trenton, Jersey City and Paterson launch vaccination programs for teachers, as other districts around the state grapple with parent concerns for more 'normal' classes.