Franklin Township Family Hit with $35k Tuition Bill from South Brunswick

July 14, 2017

FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP, NJ - A township family is being charged $35,462 in tuition for sending children to South Brunswick schools, according to a ruling by the State Department of Education.

The father of the family provided a lease showing he lived in a rental in South Brunswick. According to court documents, the district received a tip that the family did not live in South ...

Middlesex County Prosecutor's Office: Scholarships Available for Careers in Criminal Law

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - Middlesex County Prosecutor Andrew C. Carey today announces that the County Prosecutors' Association of New Jersey is offering four scholarships to law school students seeking careers as prosecuting attorneys and to police officers hoping to attend college to advance their careers in law enforcement.

The scholarships, each amounting to a one-year grant of $3,500, ...

Change In Fireworks Law Stil Leaves Many On The Don't List

MILLTOWN, NJ - Only New Jersey, Delaware and Massachusetts were among the holdouts for banning the sale and use of all consumer fireworks. However, a recent change in the law has made a handful of fireworks legal in the Garden State. New Jersey now joins Illinois, Iowa, Ohio and Vermont as states that allow only the sale and use of sparkler and novelty fireworks.

The Milltown Police Department ...

Jury Convicts Woodbridge Conspirator Of Murder In Edison Man’s Beating Death

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ – A Middlesex County jury convicted Michael Doce, 36, of the Colonia section of Woodbridge on Tuesday for his role in convincing a man to beat Edison resident Kelvin Dumo to death in Sayreville in 2011, officials said.

According to a press release from the Middlesex County Prosecutor’s Office, jurors returned the guilty verdict for murder and conspiracy to commit ...

LGBTQ Pride Flag First Raised At Middlesex County Courthouse

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - As a LGBTQ rainbow flag rose up the flagpole at the Middlesex County Courthouse this week, attendees were reminded of the 49 men and women murdered in the Pulse night club in Orlando, Florida last year during a terrifying and bloody mass shooting that targeted members of that community.

According to published reports, Omar Mateen entered the LGBTQ nightclub on June 12, ...

ICE Claims County Put Residents at Risk; Middlesex Fires Back

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ — The day before county freeholders adopted a policy limiting jail and sheriff’s department staffers’ interactions with immigration authorities, the federal agency responsible for overseeing deportations blasted Middlesex for not complying with requests for assistance.

Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), a division of Homeland Security, published a ...

Lieutenant Found Guilty in Ongoing Legal Battle with Borough of Caldwell

CALDWELL, NJ — In an ongoing lawsuit between Caldwell Lt. Michael Geary and the Borough of Caldwell, which recommended a suspension of 36 hours for insubordination and conduct unbecoming of a superior officer, Lt. Geary was found guilty of these charges on Tuesday by Hearing Officer Raymond Hayducka.

In August 2016, Caldwell Chief of Police James Bongiorno and Detective Sgt. Brad ...

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