The Bothwell Regional Health Center Board of Trustees made a number of announcements during its board meeting Tuesday night that will have an impact on health care in the area.
George H.W. Bush funeral and burial — here’s what you need to know
Here's what you need to know about this week's events related to the funeral services and burial of former President George H.W. Bush.
Ask a Trooper: Why are muffler laws not enforced?
Question: I see vehicles with straight pipes, motorcycles with straight pipes and hear many others that sound as if they have no muffler. If the law is there why is
Top NDDOT official resigns after stinging workplace investig...
BISMARCK — The North Dakota Department of Transportation has accepted the resignation effective Friday, May 3, of one of its top officials after a workplace investigation. Driver’s License Division Director Glenn Jackson, 63, was accused of favoritism, workplace harassment, unprofessional conduct...
Why a town in Union County wants to swap land with a church
The Township of Berkeley Heights will hold a public hearing at 7 p.m. Tuesday, June 16 at Governor Livingston High School to discuss options for municipal redevelopment, which include in part, swapping property in a real estate transaction, with Little Flower Church.
Middletown man faces animal cruelty charges in guinea pig molestation case
A Middletown man facing charges that he sexually abused a guinea pig in a pet store parking lot last month has denied any wrongdoing and said he was only trying
10 candidates vying for 5 spots on Pennsbury school board
Four incumbents and six newcomers are on the ballot for the May 21 primary.
Milo police officer involved in shooting in Medford
An officer with the Milo Police Department was involved in a shooting in Medford on Friday.
Apex police fatally shoot armed man; 2nd officer-involved shooting in Wake in 6 days
Apex Police and Wake County Sheriff’s Office responded to an incident where a law enforcement officer fatally shot and killed a man Thursday night.
STAR rebates in New York: Why tax assessors are 'vehemently opposed' to new changes
Tax assessors in New York are ripping a law means homeowners earning between $250,000 and $500,000 a year will get a check for STAR rebates.