Gunpoint Bank Heist, Mom Allegedly Leaves Babies Alone Top Regional News
Other top headlines include five hurt in major I-78 accident, Giants cut North Jersey athlete.
Another bank was robbed in Morris County and Parsippany, according to authorities, but this time a gun was allegedly involved and the description was different than others.
A pregnant Wayne woman was charged with child endangerment after police found her 8-month-old children soiled and alone inside a house, police said.
Joe Martinek Sr. says state's all-time leading high school rusher is determined to keep football dreams alive.
In one of the areas hit hardest by the storm a year ago, this set of stirring photos from before, during and after the destruction tells the story of Wayne residents went through.
Three victims of a single-car crash that shut down Route 78 eastbound for miles were flown to area hospitals, while two others were taken their via ambulance, according to the New Jersey State Police.
A Hopatcong man resisted arrest and assaulted cops after responding to a reported disturbance on Windsor Avenue, according to Hopatcong police. Man also allegedly said "are you ready for fun?" before five officers detained him at headquarters.
Developer purchased the land and plans to change the area could increase Morris Plains' population by 25 percent.
The Jefferson Township Board of Education and High School Vice Principal Gregory Currie have reached a tentative settlement regarding tenure charges the district filed against Currie after he was suspended in February of 2011 for alleged misconduct.
Rankings from New Jersey Monthly failed to take into account errors in the state Department of Education's (DOE) annual report cards and changes in how the DOE measures data, according to Chatham's Board of Education President Thomas K. Belding.
Grant Sanchez said he would have finished his senior year in Montville if Anthony SanFilippo was still allowed to coach.
New Morristown restaurant modeled after Rutgers "grease trucks."
A 21-year-old Warren man was caught with about one pound of marijuana worth $5,500 in a township hotel parking lot Wednesday night, the Somerset County Prosecutor's Office said.