N.J. license plates would let loved ones honor fallen officers, firefighters

Family members of fallen police officers and firefighters could soon have license plates commemorating them. Legislation sponsored by Assemblyman Joe Howarth, R-Burlington, passed the Law and Public Safety Committee unanimously Thursday. The tags would be funded through donations from individuals, corporations or organizations and would come and no cost to the family members who apply. … Read moreN.J. license plates would let loved ones honor fallen officers, firefighters

Former Galloway Recreation employee admits stealing thousands in summer camp fees

A former Galloway Township Recreation Department employee has admitted to stealing nearly $7,000 in summer camp fees. Jennifer Diluzio, 36, pleaded guilty Thursday to an accusation of third-degree theft. Under a plea agreement, she faces probation when she is sentenced before Superior Court Judge John Rauh on Jan. 5. She also must pay $6,957 in … Read moreFormer Galloway Recreation employee admits stealing thousands in summer camp fees

Men allegedly stole thousands in jewelry and a handgun in EHT burglaries

Two men allegedly stole thousands of dollars in jewelry along with a 9mm handgun in three Egg Harbor Township burglaries. John Totoro and Jason Sage were arrested after an investigation led by Detectives Richard Vogt and Scott Hiltner into three burglaries over two days in November. The men allegedly stole jewelry, watches, a cell phone … Read moreMen allegedly stole thousands in jewelry and a handgun in EHT burglaries