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Mercer Narcotics Unit Seizes Large Stash of Marijuana and Cash Arresting One

September 14, 2019

PRINCETON, NJ  -- After a weeklong investigation conducted by the Mercer County Narcotics Task Force, Prosecutor Angelo J. Onofri announced the arrest of one man and the seizure of a sizeable amount of marijuana and cash. Onofri stated that task force officers executed a search warrant at the Princeton residence of Ziheem Bridgeforth on Wednesday. 

Mercer County ...

Princeton Official Charged with Bribery in Connection with Illegal Dumping by Edison Construction

PRINCETON, NJ -- A Princeton Township supervisor and an Edison-based contractor are now facing criminal charges in connection with an illegal dumping and bribery scheme.  Mercer County Prosecutor Angelo J. Onofri announced on Friday that the owner of a construction company has been charged with bribing a Princeton Township supervisor.

On Friday, September 6, a summons complaint ...

BREAKING NEWS: Mayor Kelly Yaede, Campaign Manager Face Criminal Offense

HAMILTON, NJ -- Mayor Kelly Yaede is facing criminal charges in connection with this year's primary campaign during which expunged records of her primary challenger, David Henderson, were allegedly illegally released to the public.  

On Tuesday, the Mercer County Prosecutor’s Office confirmed that complaints were filed in Hamilton Township charging ...

Man Injured in Attempted Armed Robbery of Gas Station

HAMILTON, NJ -- Hamilton Police are seeking information in connection with an armed robbery that took place early Tuesday morning at the Delta Gas Station located at 1406 Chambers Street.  

Hamilton Township Police responded to the call at approximately 12:44 a.m and were told by the gas station attendant that an unidentified black man, described as very tall and wearing a ...

Arrest Made in Attempted Burglary of Pantry One Food Store

HAMILTON, NJ -- Hamilton Township Police responded to a call of suspicious activity at 4:00am Tuesday morning at the Pantry One Food Store.   The caller indicated that a subject allegedly was attempting to enter a side door of the business located at 2013 Hamilton Avenue which was closed at the time. 

In responding shortly after the call, Patrol Officer Jordan Glassman ...

Benson Backed Animal Fighting Bill Signed by Governor Murphy

TRENTON, NJ  - The practice of leasing a dog or cat as a family pet is now illegal in the State of New Jersey after Governor Phil Murphy’s signing of recently passed legislation into law. At the same time, Murphy signed a second bill making the ownership, possession, purchase, sale, or manufacturing of animal fighting paraphernalia a third degree crime. 

“As the owner of ...

Hamilton Police Seek Information in Pedestrian Accident

HAMILTON, NJ -- The Hamilton Police Department is seeking the public's help in an on-going investigation that sent a pedestrian to the hospital with serious injuries. 

On Monday, August 6 at approximately 9:06pm, Richard Burns, 58, Hamilton, was crossing Nottingham Way near Chawalla Boulevard. He was struck by Sherika Chiles, 39, Hamilton, who was traveling ...


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Is it Time for New Jersey to 'Get in the Game', and Permanently Move Up Our Presidential Primary?

Each week former New Jersey State Assemblymen and former gubernatorial candidates John Wisniewski (Democrat) & Jack Ciattarelli (Republican) will tackle New Jersey's most pressing issues. This week: New Jersey's late Presidential Primary

On the Democratic side, there more than 20 candidates running for President -- there might be some very crowded state primaries. On ...

Ability Tree New Jersey’s 5K Run & 1 Mile Walk a Success

September 17, 2019

ROBBINSVILLE, NJ- Ability Tree New Jersey (ATNJ) hosted its second annual Ability Tree NJ 5K Run & 1 Mile Walk on Saturday. The event, held at Robbinsville High School, brought over 200 athletes of all abilities together and raised over $20,000 for the organization's programming, organizers say.

ATNJ is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that provides Recreation, Education, ...

TAPinto Launches Milestones: Wedding Announcements, Bar/Bat Mitzvahs, Graduations, Reunions and More has launched Milestones, a new section dedicated to publishing reader wedding announcements, bar/bat mitzvah announcements, graduations, reunions and more. 

Free for a limited time, readers can submit important milestones in their lives and those of their family, and have them published on TAPinto, enabling the community to hear about the happy news and join in the ...

Murphy Administration Announces $54 Million Investment in Child Care

Administration commitment to working families focuses on affordable, quality child care

(TRENTON) – First Lady Tammy Murphy and New Jersey Human Services Commissioner Carole Johnson today announced that families throughout the state who receive support from New Jersey’s child care subsidy program will see $54 million ($30 million federal; $24 million state) in increased funding as ...