Declassified al-Qaida documents obtained after the 2011 raid of Osama bin Laden’s Pakistan compound have been presented at the U.S. trial of a suspect charged in a British terrorism plot.
NJ TRANSIT said Tuesday that fare hikes or service “adjustments” were a possibility as the transportation agency deals with a major budget gap.
Two northern New Jersey men and a woman from Florida stood accused Wednesday of stealing $700,000 from various banks in several states through a counterfeit check scheme.
If you’re sick and tired of winter, and tend to wear a lot of black, some people are turning things around with color.
A New Jersey water company overhauled its systems, but that was not a good thing for many customers who suddenly got socked with bills running into the thousands of dollars.
Police are investigating if a woman who robbed a Darien, Connecticut bank Tuesday is connected to two other robberies.
Documents filed in the case show 18-year-old Travis Hofstetter told a 911 dispatcher that “I did something bad” before confessing to the crime.
A school bus aide has been charged with stealing lunch money and bagged lunches from preschoolers in New Jersey.
The former coach of the New Jersey high school football program that had its season canceled amid hazing and sexual assault allegations will remain a teacher.
How would the city that is home to New Jersey’s financial center react to a terror attack on its mass transit system, or a “lone wolf” attack by individual or multiple gunmen?
Investigators say natural gas leaking from an underground main traveled into a New Jersey house, built up in its basement and exploded when it came in contact with an open flame from an appliance in the house.
The Transportation Trust Fund is set to run out of money at the end of this fiscal year, June 30, to pay for roads and bridge repairs. But Gov. Chris Christie said nothing about it during his budget address Tuesday.
The five winners of Project Prom receive an all-inclusive prom evening.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie’s longtime spokesman Michael Drewniak is leaving the administration.
The former mayor of Roselle, New Jersey admitted Tuesday to making false statements to police, and an insurance company in a bid to cover up a hit-and-run accident.