Police are searching for a suspect who is accused of exposing himself to a female in the parking lot of a convenience store in South Jersey.
Police are investigating an alleged sexual assault on a 12-year-old boy in Hamilton Township.
Health officials interviewed the affected resident and it was confirmed he or she did at or from Rosa’s Restaurant and Catering in Hamilton Township.
Hamilton Township officials have confirmed two additional cases of Hepatitis A in the community.
Fear of contracting hepatitis A drove hundreds of people to a vaccination clinic Thursday after learning a kitchen worker at Rosa’s Restaurant and Catering is severely ill.
Hundreds May Be At Risk After Restaurant Employee In Hamilton Township Tests Positive For Hepatitis A
Hundreds of people may be at risk to hepatitis A after a kitchen worker at Rosa’s Restaurant and Catering in Hamilton Township, Mercer County tested positive.
Police have arrested a man for the shooting death of a woman he lived with in Hamilton Township, New Jersey.
Police in Hamilton Township, NJ say an officer responding to the scene of a crime was injured.
Because Eli loved the first day of school, with its new backpack and special outfit, within days, the Wallers thought a foundation that helps children with special needs in school would be a wonderful way to honor Eli.
Attendance Normal At NJ Elementary School Since Learning Child Died After Contracting Enterovirus D-68
Hamilton Township School Superintendent James Parla says attendance was 93 percent at Yardville Elementary School on Monday, the first day students attended school after learning a classmate died of D-68.
School and township officials met with the concerned community Sunday evening in Hamilton Township, New Jersey a day after it became official a preschooler there died from Enterovirus-D68.
A public meeting is planned for Sunday evening at Steinert High School in Hamilton Township, New Jersey to address concerns about Enterovirus and the death of young boy as a result of it.
Authorities in New Jersey say that a four-year-old Hamilton Township boy died of Enterovirus-D68.
Attendance was at 65 percent at the elementary school in Hamilton, New Jersey Monday and many parents say they’ll be keeping their children home until they’re certain the school is safe.
The New Jersey Health Department is investigating along with federal health officials.