Mercer County Prosecutor Joseph L. Bocchini reports a grand jury has returned an indictment charging several men in connection with a shooting at a funeral that wounded three attendees.
Police in Hamilton Township, NJ say an officer responding to the scene of a crime was injured.
Police say four people were injured following a serious accident involving a school bus and a vehicle in Princeton, Mercer County.
A school bus overturned on its side in New Jersey Tuesday morning, but fortunately there were no students on board at the time of the crash.
A joint investigation by Eyewitness News and the New Jersey Watchdog found double-dipping sheriffs in 16 of New Jersey’s 21 counties including Camden, Cape May, Cumberland, Gloucester, Mercer and Salem counties.
Trenton Police say around 4:11 p.m. Monday, they received a call for shots fired in the area of St. Joes Avenue and Girard Avenue.
Authorities say a man was found shot to death behind the wheel of a minivan that was still running on a Trenton street.
The Amber Alert was canceled.
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.
John J. Katsock, Sr., of Yardley, voluntarily turned himself in to police in Mercer County on Tuesday morning.
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.
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.
The New Jersey Department of Health says the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention notified them Friday night that a Mercer County child who died last week tested positive for the respiratory illness 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.