NEW BRUNSWICK—A 60-year-old New Brunswick man was the victim of a fatal stabbing in the city on Nov. 8, Middlesex County Prosecutor Bruce J. Kaplan and New Brunswick Police Director Anthony A. Caputo announced today.
SAYREVILLE – Seton Hall basketball player Keon Lawrence was charged with drunken driving and driving with a suspended license after an early Monday morning crash on the Garden State Parkway in Sayreville, authorities said.
TRENTON – The owner of Celebration Studios, a now defunct Chester-based wedding photograph company, pleaded guilty today to a theft charge for failing to pay photographers he hired, Attorney General Anne Milgram announced. In addition, the company pleaded guilty to theft for failing to deliver photographs, photo albums and videos to thousands of customers.
NEWARK – Attorney General Anne Milgram today announced that Target Corporation has agreed to a $375,000 settlement to resolve a lawsuit alleging that Target Stores sold infant formula and non-prescription drugs beyond expiration dates, sold merchandise that did not match posted prices, and failed to post prices on its merchandise.
MIDDLESEX COUNTY—Middlesex County Public Health Department is reporting that two animals tested positive for rabies: a skunk tested positive in Jamesburg and a raccoon in Monroe.
JERSEY CITY—In a season of firsts for the New Jersey City University’s women’s soccer team, cross “qualify for a postseason tournament” off Coach ROBERT BIELAN’s to do list.
ELIZABETH—A Union County Grand Jury handed down an eleven-count indictment Monday against a Hillside man who was involved in a police-involved shooting earlier this year, said Prosecutor Theodore J. Romankow. The officers were cleared of any wrongdoing.
WOODBRIDGE—Fairleigh Dickinson University and the Citi Foundation will partner with Woodbridge Township in its redevelopment of a Brownfield site to create the Pennval Road Green Technology Park.
RAHWAY—After learning about Veteran’s Day, Takshat Patel and Antonio Santoni, along with the rest of the students in Kathleen Bentley’s fourth grade class at Franklin Elementary School in Rahway, wrote letters to veterans thanking them for serving and protecting our country.