Mother Of NJ Boy Struck, Killed By Police Car Says She Plans To File Lawsuit The mother of a 10-year-old Franklin Township boy who died after a police officer hit and killed him on Delsea Drive says she will sue the police department.
Prosecutor: No Criminal Charges For Officer Who Struck, Killed 10-Year-Old In Gloucester CountyThe Gloucester County Prosecutor says no criminal charges will be filed against a Franklin Township police officer who struck and killed a 10-year-old boy with his vehicle on December 28.
Hundreds Attend Funeral Service For NJ Boy Struck By Police VehicleHundreds attended a funeral service at Our Lady of Peace Parish as family laid to rest 10-year-old Matthew McCloskey who was struck and killed earlier this week by a police vehicle.
Police ID 10-Year-Old Boy Struck, Killed By Police Car In New JerseyA 10-year-old boy died after he was struck by a police car Sunday night in Gloucester County, New Jersey.
Child Struck, Killed By Police Cruiser In Gloucester CountyAuthorities say a 10-year-old boy is dead after he was struck by a police cruiser Sunday night in Franklin Township.
1 Injured In Multi-Vehicle Crash On Route 55 In South JerseyAt least one person was injured during a multi-vehicle crash on a South Jersey roadway Friday morning.
NJ Student To Receive $75K After School Allegedly Failed To Properly Address BullyingAccording to acting Attorney General John Hoffman, the Board of Education in Franklin Township, Gloucester County will pay $75,000 to a student
Deadly Crash On Route 55 In South JerseyState Police say two people died in an early morning crash on a heavily traveled road in South Jersey.
Rainy Weather, Calmer Winds Help Crews Make Progress Against Forest Fires Burning Across NJShortly after firefighting crews gained control over four blazes burning in central and southern New Jersey, a new fire broke out Friday.
Firefighters Battle Brush Fire In Gloucester CountyFirefighters responded around 6 p.m. to the 900 block of Salem Avenue.
Pre-Schooler Left For Hours On Cold School Bus A pre-school student in central New Jersey was left alone on a bus for nearly five hours -- in yesterday's frigid temperatures.