School Lunch Strike, Eli Manning, Caroline Kennedy Visit Top Regional News
Other headlines include prosecution wants accused rapists tried as adults, tanker catches fire.
Students protested the government-mandated smaller portion sizes and higher costs with a lunch strike.
N.Y. Giants quarterback signed autographs and posed for pictures at Chatham gallery.
They came from as far away as Philadelphia and as close as down the street for their brush with Camelot. Regardless of where they called home, hundreds gathered at Mendham Books for the chance to meet Caroline Kennedy.
Father of one of the accused claims his son is being treated unfairly, pleads for his release from detention center.
James Sinclair Welch, the former roommate charged in the death of Mendhamteenager Parker Regan plead not guilty before Madison County District Court Judge Loren Tucker in state court in Virginia City.
A Fort Lee woman charged with prostitution after an undercover sting by the Morris Plains Police Department of a Route 10 spa entered a not guilty plea in Morris Plains Municipal Court.
A 100-gallon paving tanker burst into flames in Chester.
Police say garage door opener, insurance card taken from his car while on assignment.
Less than a month after a plane fell short of Hillsborough's Central Jersey Airport runway, overturning as it attempted to land, the airport reportedly had a different type of unexpected landing.
A 14-year-old girl was crossing Garretson Road from the Bridgewater YMCA parking lot when she was hit by a car driven by a 17-year-old, police said.
Pair accused of stealing TV, computers and cash from Wayne home.
Acting Madison Police Chief Jerry Mantone has decided to retire after 34 years of service.
A Bridgewater man was found to be in possession of $2,600 worth of heroin and was charged with, among other things, possession with the intent to distribute, according to Somerset County Prosecutor Geoffrey D. Soriano.
A proposed plan for redeveloping a site on Route 202/206, with the inclusion of a supermarket and hotel, has been put on hold because of a dispute between the contractor and the state.