ELIZABETH – A Union County jury convicted the 44-year-old manager of Primo Pizza & Grill in Woodbridge of forgery, theft by deception and two counts of identity theft last week, Prosecutor Theodore J. Romankow announced.
April 25 at 7:07 a.m. – Officer Andrew Webb investigated a report of a stolen motor vehicle at New Brunswick Avenue.
NEW YORK, N.Y. – At sundown on June 4, nearly 2,000 people will participate in the Out of the Darkness Overnight Walk, an 18-mile walk that ends the following morning at sunrise.
TRENTON – New Jersey has launched a free web-based saltwater fishing registry, aimed at keeping recreational saltwater fishing a sport that anyone can enjoy without having to pay fees.
Dear EarthTalk: I read a heart-wrenching story of a polar bear that swam 400 miles with its cub on its back in search of an ice floe to rest on. It survived but its cub did not. What can be done to save these magnificent creatures? Is it too late? — Jerry Bresnehan, Des Moines, IA
CLARK – At its annual reorganization meeting on May 3, the Clark Board of Education approved its 2011-2012 meeting schedule.
Since 2008, there has been a rise in workplace violence that many experts believe is closely associated with the increasing pressure people are feeling at work and overall uncertainty about jobs nationally. Stress or conflict at work, financial issues and even trouble at home can all contribute to workplace violence.
LINCOLN, R.I. – The weather is getting warmer and the days are getting longer, which means more children are outside riding bikes. But this is also the time of year when bicycle-related injuries skyrocket.
American immigrants from Mexico, and their descendants, are one of the fastest-growing segments of the population, according to the latest U.S. census — a fact that comes to mind especially as May 5, Cinco de Mayo, approaches.