Father-son medical team sentenced for Medicare fraud
A Cherry Hill osteopath, and his chiropractor son, are sentenced to 30 and 12 months in prison, respectively, for Medicare fraud that federal prosecutors said lasted for five years.
Federal tax overhaul revisions not enough to sway LoBiondo
Not terrible, but still not good enough for my support, says Representative Frank LoBiondo (R-2) of the federal tax overhaul measure that heads to a vote on Capitol Hill this week.
5 years for South Jerseyan who fondled 11-year-old relative
The Atco 27-year-old arrested last February for fondling an 11-year-old girl, who he told police was a relative, is sentenced to five years in state prison, and risks deportation.
When it’s freezing outside, avoid burst water pipes inside
Frosty temperatures give you plenty of challenges. Among those you least want are frozen and burst water pipes in the house.
Convicted Mansfield murderer sentenced to life in prison
The Belleville man who was convicted of shooting his victim to death in a car in Burlington County in 2016 heads to prison for life
Suspect sought in possible Howell child luring attempt
A Tuesday after-school encounter, between a stranger and two children, resembles a child-luring attempt strongly enough for police to seek the suspect, and also witnesses.
Dancer measure aims to plug New Jersey’s brain drain
Reports of college graduates streaming out of New Jersey, because they just can't afford to stay here, prompts a shore lawmaker to develop a possible solution.
Little Egg Harbor man, three more, hurt in Atlantic County crash
Police allege that ignoring a red light caused the crash that sent a car onto its roof, leaving a driver with injuries and traffic citations.
Before tax overhaul vote, MacArthur seeks tweak for teachers
Agreements under the Capitol dome practically assure a full Congressional vote on federal tax code changes by next week, but there are still fine points in play. Shore Congressman Tom MacArthur (R-3) wants one of them to help teachers.
Asbury Park robbery defendant convicted, risks life in prison
An Asbury Park armed robbery defendant, barred from the courtroom during his two-week trial, finds out Wednesday that he was convicted Tuesday, and that he faces a potential life prison term.
Burlington mail carrier to be sentenced for stealing money orders
A Burlington County postal worker awaits sentencing after admitting that he stole, printed and scalped more than 100 U.S. Postal Service money orders.
Mac to NJ US Senators: Explain in Toms River why tax plan is bad
Shore Congressman Tom MacArthur dares New Jersey's two Democrat US Senators and its Governor-elect to defend their views, on his turf.