Fire Destroys Home, Powerball Winner Top Regional News
Other headlines include man found beaten and bloodied in Morristown, Hopatcong officer allegedly assaulted in arrest, firefighter hospitalized.
Madison house was destroyed after fire spread through attic.
Witnesses told police three men assaulted the 28-year-old victim.
Officer sustains puncture wound to his palm during arrest for alleged dispute.
One lucky Powerball winner purchased a ticket from the 7-Eleven on Route 23 in Butler, according to the New Jersey Lottery.
Two chiropractors, one Chester Township and one from Washington Township, pleaded guilty to receiving kickbacks for referrals and failing to report income with a combined total of more than $1 million, according to a release from New Jersey Attorney General Jeffrey S. Chiesa.
No one was home when the fire broke out in Morristown.
21-year-old accused of being on heroin when he crashed into two cars, killing one woman.
The Chatham Borough Council agreed to consider a second brush pick-up through borough streets, but only after leaf pick-up finished and if the Department of Public Works was not overwhelmed with snow removal.
Parsippany mayor tempers previous praise of the utility company for helping the Puddingstone area during the storm.
No charges have been filed in the Bridgewater case, which is considered closed.
After receiving numerous complaints about the 2013-14 school year starting on the second day of Rosh Hashanah—and on a Friday—the Hillsborough Board of Education will reexamine the 2012-13 school calendar.