A 19-year-old man already facing charges of theft and disorderly conduct has been arrested and charged in the September 13 mass shooting that killed Anthony Robinson and Lionel Macauley.
A Somerset man was arrested in the area of George Street and Hassart Street after attempting to carjack an Amazon delivery truck, according to local police.
An accountant from the Somerset section of Franklin Township was fatally stabbed near his New Brunswick office on January 16, according to police and prosecutors.
Women Aware is a valuable resource for those affected by domestic violence and abuse and the organization recently celebrated their 40th anniversary, at a time when their work is more important than ever.
NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—Only one of the city’s two major hospitals held public meetings in compliance with state law this year, according to the state Department of Health (DOH) website. With just two days left to provide the required legal notice for a meeting taking place in 2020, Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital (RWJUH) is conspicuously […]
Eleven provisional ballots, which could contain legitimate votes, were found “unopened” almost three weeks after Election Day and three days after the official results were certified. Middlesex County election officials also confirmed they counted at least seven votes cast on mail-in ballots that had been reported stolen, and it is not possible to remove these suspect votes from the final results.
TRENTON, NJ–On November 5, Governor Phil Murphy signed Executive Order 192, mandating safety requirements to protect workers from the COVID-19 pandemic in all New Jersey workplaces. The executive order is the culmination of a months-long organizing effort by activists and frontline workers. “With today’s action, New Jersey becomes the only state to leverage its public […]