Woman Killed in Crash, 170 Years for Cop Shooting Top Regional News
Other top headlines include Nas to be sued by local promoter, drug bust near school.
A 23-year-old Lake Parsippany woman was killed after her car left the roadway, struck a tree and caught on fire on Route 10 near Powder Mill Road, according to Parsippany Police.
Pair sentenced for shooting officer and robbing several gas stations and convenience stores at gunpoint.
Pine Brook resident heard what sounded like a wind vortex get louder and louder, and then heard a loud snap outside the bedroom of her home.
The Morris Plains concert promoter who was trapped in Angola for 49 days on fraud accusations after rapper Nas didn't appear for a series of New Year's Eve shows is planning to sue the performer, according to a report.
The New Jersey Economic Development Authority board approved a $40 million award on Thursday for Honeywell to keep its headquarters in Morris Township, according to a report.
Thieves drive off with two high-end cars that were idling outside a Route 46 Parsippany dealership.
Morristown men arrested in incident across the street from Shepard High School.
A pen that was initially believed to be a rifle bullet caused the evacuation of Hopatcong High School after regular school hours, police said.
A Roxbury man punched a Hopatcong resident in the face, causing broken bones, blood loss and head trauma after a reported altercation on a boat on Lake Hopatcong, Hopatcong Police said.
The driver involved in a crash on Chimney Rock Road in Bridgewater that sent the passenger to the hospital with internal injuries has been charged with driving while intoxicated in the accident, police said.
Some Parsippany and Morris Plains residents who live near Morris County's Central Park near the Greystone Psychiatric Hospital facility were surprised to see county crews cutting down trees in the area.
A 17-year-old Wayne Valley High School student was charged with assaulting a police officer after he allegedly punched a detective, according to a report.
Township resident who previously leased the space wins bidding, plans to infuse new life into garden center.
Honors classes provide a challenge for students who are not at AP level but would be bored in regular classes, Chatham parents and students say.