Officials Urge Caution As Extreme Heat Blankets Tri-State AreaWith temperatures set to climb into the 90s once again on Monday, utilities are asking customers to conserve energy while health officials are urging people to take precautions when outside.
At Least 1 Dead After Car Plunges Into Raritan River In New BrunswickIt happened around 1 a.m. Monday as the vehicle was headed north on Route 18. The car somehow veered off the highway and into the river before the George Street exit.
New Jersey Man Saves Child From Nearly DrowningA New Jersey homeowner’s quick-thinking saved a child from nearly drowning.
Elderly Couple Die In North Plainfield Condo FireA fire at a condo complex in North Plainfield, New Jersey, took the lives of a married elderly couple.
Rail Unions Sign Contracts With NJ TRANSIT, Avoiding StrikeUnions representing locomotive engineers and conducts ratified the contracts on Friday and Saturday, respectively. They were the last of 11 rail unions to do so.
Up, Up And Away: Hot Air Balloon Festival Headed To New JerseyThe festival will be held at Solberg Airport in Readington from July 29-31.
Paterson Residents Furious Over Plan To Close Pools At Height Of SummerIn the middle of the extreme heat Friday, there was bad news for youngsters in Paterson, New Jersey.
'Heat Dome' Leaves Tri-State Area SwelteringThe ominous sounding weather phenomenon is a bubble of high pressure that sits in the mid atmosphere and pushes warm air to the ground.
100-Year-Old Badge Checker Has Been Working Spring Lake’s Beach For DecadesDottie Weierman is somewhat of a legend down the shore in Spring Lake. She has worked as a beach badge checker for more than 40 years. When her boss hired her, she was was the only woman.
Dangerous Timber Rattlesnakes Spotted In Manchester, New JerseySome potential danger has been discovered in several New Jersey neighborhoods.
Seaside Heights Banning Loud Music From BeachesBorough administrator Christopher Vaz said the council received complaints about loud music and lifeguards have reported confrontations between beachgoers over the volume.
NJ TRANSIT Main Line Service Resumes Following Early Morning SuspensionService was suspended for more than an hour Friday in both directions between Glen Rock and Hoboken after a train, which wasn't carrying any passengers, struck and killed a man on the tracks.

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