Teen Saves Woman, Snooki Says No to Morristown Top Regional News
A look at the top headlines from Morris, Passaic, Somerset and Sussex counties this week.
A Morris Township teen was in the right place at the right time when she revived a woman at a beach in Ocean County.
With a week to go before the expected start of filming in Morristown of the "Snooki & JWoww" Jersey Shore spin-off series, the town was informed that there has been a change of plans.
Family, friends and community members came together for a fundraiser at Salt Gastropub in Byram to benefit Jacci Fry, a Lenape Regional High School grad wounded in the Colorado theater shooting earlier this month.
The Somerset Valley YMCA has declined to renew the contract of a consultant swim coach it has employed for the past six years after discovering he had previously served five years in jail for having sex with a 14-year-old girl.
Hopatcong police say they found cat shot to death underneath a bloody shirt, allegedly killed by a man found with blood covering his pants.
A pedestrian walking on Mountain Avenue in Hackettstown was struck and killed by a vehicle, which left the scene and has yet to be found, Hackettstown Police Det. Darren Tynan said.
Authorities are looking for a well-dressed man who did not show a weapon when he robbed the PNC Bank on Route 46 in Budd Lake, the Morris County Prosecutor's Office said.
Ken Doreumus has been trying to rebuild his two homes for months following the destruction of Tropical Storm Irene as he deals with government officials, his insurance company and his bank.
Weeks spent in Europe seeking alternative treatment for their son’s brain cancer has left the Lightner family short on finances, despite various fundraisers by the Long Valley community to help support the local family.
Batman impersonator told police he was just trying to help people, 'inspire hope.'
Thomas Jardines, chief of Jefferson Township Fire Company No. 2, has been suspended from his position as a Port Authority police officer for 45 days after he was caught on videotape doing fire department work and responding to fires on days he called in sick from his Port Authority job, according to a report.
Larry Sapienza, the former circulation supervisor at Warren Public Library fired in April and re-instated after a public outcry, returned to work with the Somerset County Library System, but he was transferred to Hillsborough.
Madison Police Chief John Trevena announced his retirement Wednesday, effective immediately.