Snooki Coming to Area, Tragic Teen Drowning Top Regional News
A look at the top headlines from Morris, Passaic, Somerset and Sussex counties this week.
The production company for the MTV-aired Jersey Shore spinoff series "Snooki & JWoww"—featuring Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi and Jenni "JWoww" Farley—has advised the town they will be filming for the show's second season in Morristown starting next month.
It began as just a joke with a friend, and turned tragic when an Elizabeth 19-year-old was pulled from the Raritan River Sunday afternoon without a pulse and was not breathing.
Fans of women's soccer in the Basking Ridge area won't just be rooting for their country's team. Some are sure to be watching, and cheering, for Tobin Heath, the graduate of Ridge High School who is participating in the Olympic games in London.
Two Wayne men were charged with promoting/operating a gambling facility after a several law enforcement agencies raided a North Jersey illegal gambling ring Thursday.
Amelia Lowe's performance on this week's "So You Think You Can Dance" did not seem to impress all three judges. Still, Lowe is safe from elimination for at least another two weeks as the show takes a hiatus for the London 2012 Summer Olympics.
Rosco died unexpectedly Monday morning. "He was a member of our family," police chief said.
Madison police, who last month rescued a fawn, have now rescued another furry animal, this time from a pool.
She developed what she calls “quirkiness,” along with a desire to get to know all kinds of people, while wandering the halls as a student at Bridgewater-Raritan High School—and now Amy Laurent is taking those talents to television in a new Bravo reality show.
Chloe Scharf won the Best Actor Award at the Manhattan Film Festival. She won the award for her role in “Nora,” a 15-minute film about a young girl with a terminal illness.
Andrew Monaghan has waived his first apperance in municipal court on another arrest that could jeopardize his participation in a special probation program, according to reports.