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A 49-year-old tractor-trailer driver has been charged with allegedly crashing into a car on Route 9, killing the driver.
OLD BRIDGE - The truck driver in a fatal Route 9 crash here last month was under the influence of a controlled dangerous substance at the time, according to acting Middlesex County Prosecutor Andrew Carey.
Police have arrested the driver of a tractor-trailer who was allegedly on drugs when he rear-ended a woman's car on a New Jersey highway, killing her.
Demolition of the charred remains of James Monroe Elementary School on Sharp Road is scheduled to begin April 25 and take about four weeks to complete.
A Middlesex County man was sentenced to a year and a half in prison today for helping to file phony income tax returns that brought in $500,000 in illegal tax refunds, authorities said.
Linden police have charged an Edison man in a Dec. 31, 2012, robbery of the Payless Shoe Source, 1601 W. Edgar Road, in the Linden Shopping Plaza.
EDISON, NJ The Edison Police Department in conjunction with the National Council on Alcohol and Drug Dependence of Middlesex County will participate in the National Prescription Drug Take-Back on April 26th from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at 100 Municipal Blvd, Edison, NJ.
A drunken Middlesex County man who was with a half-naked woman assaulted a police officer last week on Hudson Place, Hoboken Police said.
With throbbing lights and crowds of kids, privately promoted events known as "glow" parties are quickly becoming the go-to parties for teens across the country.
Battalion Chief Timothy Simon, a nearly 23-year veteran of the Perth Amboy Fire Department, is home recovering more than a year after suffering inhalation burns while fighting an early morning fire that displaced 14 Grove Street residents.
PENNSVILLE TWP . - The suspect who has been on a purse-snatching spree was caught in Plainsboro this weekend, authorities said.
Documents describing the interviews conducted for the Christie administration's internal investigation into the George Washington Bridge lane closings have been made public.
A red fire truck, yellow airplane and a white dollhouse were just some in a pile of plastic toys, on their way to a needy home instead of the garbage.
Earlier this week, Ocean County transit advocates asked state transportation officials to safeguard a portion of a freight line right of way that could be used for the moribund Monmouth-Ocean-Middlesex commuter rail line in western Monmouth and Middlesex counties.