14 hrs ago
Severed Hand Attached To Man's Ankle To Keep It Alive
Xiao Wei's severed right hand is seen attached to his ankle before the reattachment surgery at Xiangya Hospital in Changsha, Hunan province, on Dec. 4, 2013.
19 hrs ago
Piscataway man indicted on assault by auto charges in alleged hit-and-run crash
A Piscataway man has been indicted for allegedly causing a hit-and-run crash that injured two men in another vehicle in Bridgewater on Sept.
22 hrs ago
Sketch of Hillsborough home invasion suspect released
The Somerset County Prosecutor's Office has released a composite sketch of a suspect wanted in a township home invasion this month.
Creating for a cause: Knit Red and Knit Pink
In the last two years, a trend has developed to create books for knitters and crocheters that raise money and awareness about women's health issues.
More snow, frigid temps take aim at Northeast
A person walks by a snow covered area outside of the Somerset County Superior Court, Tuesday, Dec. 17, 2013, in Somerville, N.J. A mix of snow and rain covered the northern New Jersey region with a storm that moved in early in the day.
Tue Dec 17, 2013
News Minute: Here is the latest New Jersey news from The Associated Press
Numerous charges have been filed against a southern New Jersey man who allegedly broke into his ex-girlfriend's Mount Ephraim home this morning and stabbed her before barricading himself inside the residence.
Timberlake And Beyonce Have Year's Top iTunes Albums
Beyonce's new album was just released last week, but it's the second best-selling album on iTunes this year.
Somerville kids meet Olympian's fitness challenge
The heat generated by the enthusiasm in the Van Derveer School gym on Tuesday morning could have stopped a snowstorm.
Fatal NJ Mall Carjacking Victim Named; SUV Found
Prosecutors have identified the victim in a fatal carjacking outside an upscale New Jersey shopping mall.
Man Tried To Trade Living Alligator For Beer
A man who tried to trade a live, four-foot alligator for a pack of beer at a Miami convenience store was cited for charges related to illegally capturing the gator, officials said.
Attorney Says Navy Investigator Will Plead Guilty To Bribery Charges
Prosecutors say a senior Navy criminal investigator downloaded more than 100 confidential files for an Asian defense contractor at the center of a multimillion-dollar fraud investigation.
The Newark Star-Ledger
Murder charges may be dismissed today against N.J. man who served 20 years for 1994 killing
Richardson served almost 20 years in prison for the 1994 killing of an Elizabeth woman before his murder conviction was thrown out in October.
Asbury Park Press
Freedom could await NJ man in bite-mark case
A New Jersey man imprisoned for nearly two decades until his murder conviction was thrown out could take a final step to freedom.
Mon Dec 16, 2013
The Jersey Journal
Community Visiting Nurse Association's 'Light up a...
Community Care Hospice, an affiliate of Community Visiting Nurse Association, held its annual "Light Up A Life" tree lighting on Wednesday, Dec. 11, on the lawn of the agency's building in Somerville.
Somerset County business leaders celebrate efforts to expand, grow
The largest business meeting in the history of Somerset County honored three growing companies, one longtime community activist, and sought to build on a mission to make the county the place to work, live and play in 2014.
Convicted sex offender indicted in sex crimes against 14-year-old girl in Somerset County,...
SOMERVILLE - A convicted sex offender was indicted last week for allegedly having sexual contact with and attempting to sexually assault a 14-year-old girl over a nearly two-year period at locations in Somerset County and Newark, court documents state.
The Jersey Journal
Judge warns Hillsborough woman charged with credit card fraud to remain 'clean and sober'
Superior Court Judge Robert Reed, pictured in this file photo, agreed today to release a Hillsborough woman who admitted to the fraudulent use of her father's credit card, but warned her to remain "clean and sober."
Life is sweet on Somerville's Division Street
Life is sweet on Division Street. Not only have two stores of sweet treats recently opened, storefronts along the street that is now an one-block pedestrian mall from Main Street to the post office and train station are 100 percent leased.
Sat Dec 14, 2013
Raritan Valley Rail Coalition to Present One Seat Ride Strategy at Monday Meeting
SOMERVILLE Elected officials, transportation professionals and the public are invited to the next meeting of the Raritan Valley Rail Coalition on Monday, Dec. 16 at 8:30 am.
Fri Dec 13, 2013
Bernards Man Indicted for Allegedly Possessing Child Porn Pix
A Bernards man who was charged with allegedly possessing child pornography in September was indicted by a Somerville grand jury Wednesday on a child endangerment charge.