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New Jersey Sheriff’s Officer Takes His Own Life at Work, Stunning Colleagues
Detective Pablo Santiago had been with the department since 2004. Colleagues told The Trentonian he showed no signs of distress when he came to work Wednesday.
Help getting out of the cold is available across New Jersey
Help for people needing short term shelter is available through various county groups and organizations.
Dense Fog Advisory issued into Monday morning
The advisory expires at 4 a.m., and includes most of the state north of the Interstate 195 corridor.
Cyber Monday Deals 2018: What NJ Shoppers Should Know
While some companies hide their deals for Cyber Monday until the big day others are more open about their sales and extend them into the week.
These NJ Stores Will Be Open on Thanksgiving
While many stores have decided to close on Thanksgiving, there are still plenty of options. Some stores are also opening later in the day to allow employees to spend time with family.
NJ School ‘Calm-Down Space’ Looks Like Padded Prison Cell, Parents Say
The parents of a special needs children said a space supposedly meant to calm special needs children is more like a jail and anything but calming.
New Jersey Woman Gets Hits By Car, Walks Home to Call 911
Police are investigating why a man appeared to intentionally hit an 18-year-old woman walking on the sidewalk as he was driving earlier this month.
What NJ can expect now that Michael is a hurricane
Hurricane Michael has reached a sustained wind speed of 75 MPH as of Monday afternoon and could increase to more than 110 MPH by Tuesday.
These NJ Stores Refuse to Open on Thanksgiving in 2018
Several major chains are allowing their employees to be home with family on Thanksgiving instead of at work. Black Friday is also not as popular as more people shop online.
South Jersey Dad Shot Dead Coaching Youth Football: Have you seen this car?
Joseph Jones was shot and killed in the parking lot of the Lakeside Middle School.
Man Attacks NJ Bride with a Sword on Her Wedding day, Cops Say
New York resident Carlos Mejia has been charged with assault and and making terroristic threats.
Crowded Buses Leave Kids Squatting, Sitting on Floor, Report Says
The overcrowded Deptford Township buses are being attributed in part to the district bringing busing to the Gloucester County Institute of Technology in-house.