Marjorie (Whaley) Tuzik, 97

PEABODY, Mass. – Marjorie (Whaley) Tuzik, 97, died peacefully on Nov. 9. She was born in Houston, Texas on March 21, 1913. She is predeceased by her husband Theodore H. Tuzik and her daughter Carlyn T. Swanson.

Three Indicted In Connection With Largest Indoor Marijuana Bust In NJ History

TRENTON – The Division of Criminal Justice today obtained an indictment charging the leader and two other members of an alleged multi-national drug trafficking syndicate with first-degree drug charges in connection with a $10 million crop of marijuana they allegedly were growing inside five rented houses in New Jersey, officials announced.

AAA Foundation Study Finds Two Out of Five Drivers Admit to Falling Asleep at the Wheel

FLORHAM PARK–According to a new AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety study, two out of every five drivers (41%) admit to having fallen asleep behind the wheel at some point, with one in ten saying they’ve done so in the past year.

Roselle Man Pleads Guilty To Stealing From Port Authority

TRENTON –A supervisor at the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey training academy in Morris County and another employee at the academy pleaded guilty to theft charges for collecting pay and reimbursement based on false attendance, mileage and meal records they submitted, Attorney General Paula T. Dow and Criminal Justice Director Stephen J. Taylor announced.

Poet & Psychologist Teaches Tolerance At Benedictine Academy

ELIZABETH-“Why are we so afraid of differences, and how do we learn to hate different people?” That question, posed by actor/psychologist/poet Dr. Michael Fowlin, guest speaker at Benedictine Academy in Elizabeth on Nov. 4, opened the door to students hearing a multitude of thought-provoking messages meant to challenge how they treat one another in their daily interactions.