Accused Rapist Denied House Arrest, Little League World Series Top Regional News
Other top headlines include alleged burglar found unconscious on lawn.
An 18-year-old Morristown man accused of sexually assaulting a teenage girl in 2011 was denied house arrest Friday. The man was 17 when prosecutors allege he and two others gave a girl something to drink that caused her to pass out.
Squad is representing the Mid-Atlantic in the Little League World Series. The team dropped its first game in Williamsport on Friday.
Long Valley native Cheryl Burger and Roxbury resident Stacie Filipow of the Sweet Spot Bake Shoppe will feature their winning cupcakes from the Food Network show in the store.
A former Marine and Iraq war veteran allegedly gave heroin to a fellow veteran who would then die of an overdose at the VA Medical Center in Lyons in early July.
A Watchung man has been charged with three counts of invasion of privacy after he allegedly videotaped people in the bathroom of an amusement park, according to Warren County Prosecutor Richard Burke. The man is now also charged with sexually assaulting child, endangering the welfare of a child and possession of child pornography.
A Wayne teen was found unconscious on the front lawn of a Hampton Terrace property after allegedly breaking into vehicles in the neighborhood, police said.
The search for a missing Denville dog that was last seen over a week ago in Montville continued with help from a pet detective from Nebraska.
Jefferson homeowners were awakened at night by strange noises that turned out to be a drunk man going through their possessions, police said.
A body found in Rockaway Township has been identified as Kyle S. Harris, who was reported missing by his family last month, the Morris County Prosecutor's Office said.
A federal mediator has extended contract talks between unions and Verizon, where union demonstrators have repeatedly demonstrated by the Basking Ridge headquarters.
Sam Cerciello was charged with "illegally dumping" at the Madison Department of Public Works yard on John Avenue after three borough employees witnessed the incident, which one of the employees caught on camera, police records show.
Employment dispute between the town and the short-lived Parsippany clerk will cost taxpayers $100,000.
An unidentified male pedestrian was in critical condition after being struck by a vehicle on Route 46, Wayne Police said.
Two New Brunswick residents were arrested for allegedly trying to make a heroin deal in the Potomac Drive neighborhood in Bernards Township, the Somerset County Prosecutor's Office said.
Some stars are just like the rest of us. And some of them even live amongst us in New Jersey.
After more than a year of negotiations, the Bridgewater-Raritan Board of Education and Bridgewater-Raritan Education Association have reached a settlement in their contract negotiations.