Plane Crash, Ex-High School Athlete Sues for $15M Top Regional News
Other top headlines include Morristown councilman dies of cancer, man arrested for bank robbery.
Both occupants of a twin-engine plane that crashed while attempting to land at Hillsborough's Central Jersey Regional Airport suffered non-life-threatening injuries, police said.
One of the nine Wayne Hills football players accused of aggravated assault filed a federal lawsuit against several town and Wayne education officials seeking at least $15 million in damages for false arrest and violation of his constitutional rights, according to a reported.
Longtime Morristown councilman Anthony Cattano died after a long battle with cancer.
A Hopatcong man was killed when he was hit by two cars while walking across Route 80 in Rockaway Township at night, police said.
A New York man was apprehended in Hudson County shortly after robbing a Parsippany bank, the Morris County Prosecutor's Office said.
Attorneys for both Bernards Planning Board and Islamic Society advise houses of worship are permitted in residential zone.
A Wayne man was arrested for allegedly robbing an Exxon gas station attendant at knifepoint.
A bird flew into utility wires near the intersection of Sussex and Speedwell avenues in Morristown, causing 2,432 customers in Morristown and Morris Township to lose power, the electric company said.
A Bridgewater man was charged with simple assault after he got into a fight with another township man and burned his neck with a cigarette, police said.
A Bloomingdale man had part of his ear bitten off in a fight that started out as just "play fighting," police said.
A Union County middle school teacher and owner of a Parsippany youth sports academy was arrested for allegedly having sexual contact with an underage teenage girl, authorities said.
A Bloomingdale man was charged with possession and distribution of child pornography.