Clearing roads and walks is going to be a whole lot harder for some towns in New Jersey because all the snow is taking a toll and salt supplies are running low.
High property taxes have some homeowners in New Jersey feeling the pinch, taxes went up dramatically in 2014 despite a cap.
Dartmouth College is making a bold move to combat binge drinking and sex assaults on campus by banning all hard liquor, beginning this spring. But is that the right approach?
A math and language arts test has been causing controversy in the state of New Jersey, with some parents refusing to allow their kids even to take the exam.
Tri-State Area residents are stocking up on food, water and other storm essentials to last for several days.
The right-hand lane of the Route 3 bridge eastbound over the Hackensack River was closed Wednesday because of cracks in its support structure.
Aside from the review, finding money for overpass and road repairs is the big challenge.
New Jersey Transit police are searching for suspects who robbed commuters at gunpoint at the North Elizabeth station Christmas Eve morning.
The hit-and-run crash in Rahway on Thursday left 13-year-old Yarelliz Valentin with a swollen head, black-and-blue marks on her eye and a messed-up knee and hip that have left her limping.
The Izod Center in Bergen County will be shutting down at the end of the month, and New Jersey State Sen. Loretta Weinberg said it is all political.
A coating of snow was on the ground across much of the Tri-State area, and a bitter cold temperatures were expected to stick around for the next few days.
Christmas trees served us well during the holidays, but in the New Year, they are invariably tossed to the curb and left to be picked up as trash.
A citizen group and the mayor of Jersey City are worried that Liberty State Park is under threat by developers.
After years of political bickering, the new Bergen County executive signed a historic agreement Thursday – merging the county police with the sheriff’s department.
A New Jersey church has proposed rebuilding, and some say expanding, but neighbors fighting it say “not on our street.”