The hills of Hoboken have million-dollar views, but those who live there barely have a lone dollar to their names.
A Jersey City man charged with murdering and decapitating two men was sentenced to 18 years in prison Thursday for two unrelated robberies.
New Jersey Transit is considering whether to continue to legal battle with a mobster’s family over a land deal.
Authorities say a 43-year-old man has been charged with murder after they say he fatally stabbed his former girlfriend in Jersey City.
Health care workers in four nursing homes in Hudson and Bergen counties in New Jersey said Wednesday that they are ready to strike if a deal cannot be reached.
Maylin Hago and Jairo Paredes are suing bus driver Idowu Daramola, and the company that employed him, Boulevard Lines Inc., in connection with the death of their 8-month-old Angelie Paredes.
Police on Monday released photos of two vehicles that were believed to be involved in a crash that left a woman dead last week in Jersey City.
Potholes have been claiming tire after tire and car after car around the Tri-State area. The situation has gotten so bad that one highway had to be shut down for part of the weekend to undergo repairs.
Ice and slush have left roads and sidewalks dangerously slippery, and many Tri-State area municipalities have seen their reserves of salt to correct the problems dangerously depleted.
An estimated 12,000 customers were without power in New Jersey Monday afternoon after a transformer blew up.
Naming the school in his honor was the idea of West New York Mayor Felix Roque and was approved by the local school board.
Transit workers and local politicians lobbied Friday on Boulevard East in West New York near where the 8-month-old Angelie Paredes was killed.
Authorities believe 43-year-old Matthew Ballister III killed 43-year-old April Wyckoff of Cranford in his Union Township home sometime on Tuesday evening.
Acting Prosecutor Gaetano T. Gregory said two 13-year-olds and a 14-year-old were charged in the Sept. 10 death of Ralph Eric Santiago, 46.
Twenty-five percent of New Jerseyans are living in poverty, according to a new study.