LAKEWOOD, NJ – The BlueClaws offense struggled for a third straight game, as Lakewood dropped the opener of a four game series with the Charleston RiverDogs (Yankees) 7-4.
MILLTOWN — Jeffrey Martin Jr., the son of Jeffrey Martin Sr. and Darlene Nemeth of Milltown, has been promoted to the rank of corporal in the U.S. Marine Corps.
TEANECK — Fairleigh Dickinson University’s Metropolitan Campus has released the names of New Jersey students who qualified for the Honors List for the spring 2010 semester.
CENTRAL ISLIP, N.Y. – The Long Island Ducks defeated the Newark Bears 5-4 on Tuesday night at Suffolk County Sports Park in Central Islip, New York.
One crucial lesson from the BP oil spill is that measures to speed licensing, cut corners on safety and undermine regulation can lead to tragic consequences.
NEW BRUNSWICK — A physical education teacher from Woodbridge pleaded guilty today to charges of groping a 14-year-old female student, Middlesex County Prosecutor Bruce J. Kaplan announced.
NEW BRUNSWICK — Police are actively searching for a man who entered a residence on Somerset Street and sexually assaulted one minor, and engaged in lewd conduct with another, authorities said.
MADISON — More New Jersey drivers than ever admit to sending text messages from behind the wheel, with 25% now saying that they have done so in the past few years, a 20% increase from last year, when 21% said that they had done so.
STATE – In the last six months, 325 families in danger of losing their homes have walked through the doors of the Housing Assistance Recovery Program.
TRENTON – Senate Democrats expressed opposition to a bill that would allow state income tax refunds to be taken and applied to the debt if the taxpayer owes money for property taxes at a state Senate Budget Committee hearing on Monday.
TRENTON – The state Supreme Court upheld a Perth Amboy man’s conviction for killing a prostitute in 2004, rejecting his argument that it should be overturned because he was not permitted to call a psychiatrist during his defense.
TRENTON – Legislation to toughen penalties for airport security breaches was advanced Monday by a Senate panel.
July 13 at 10:36 a.m. – Officer Edward Lowe investigated a theft reported at Irving Street. The case remains open.