At yet another high school in New Jersey Wednesday, students were being warned to get rid of inappropriate pictures on their cellphones or face the consequences.
Police say they are on the trail of a suspect smashing home and car windows in a tight-knit Bergen County community. Dozens of homes and cars have been hit in a seven-block radius of Teaneck.
A New Jersey middle school’s robotics team was feeling especially proud on Monday.
The Jersey Shore is ready for the summer season for the most part, but it is a tale of two cities in Ocean County.
There were some very tense moments Thursday morning at Washington Elementary School after a staff member noticed an intruder inside the school.
The Vocationist Fathers Retreat and Conference Center in Florham Park, N.J. is a place priests go to for spiritual development, but what happened on the grounds was anything but peaceful.
The scandal in the Department of Veterans Affairs has stunned the nation. An investigation found that at least 40 veterans died while waiting for doctors appointments in Arizona.
U.S. Sen. and former Newark Mayor Cory Booker has been receiving a lot of criticism on how a $100 million donation to the Newark Public Schools, by Facebook chief executive officer Mark Zuckerberg, is being spent.
Parents of Newark school children are wondering what happened to the $100 million Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg donated to improve the city’s school district.
Four People Into custody following a home invasion in Paramus on Wednesday.
On May 13, voters will head to the polls for the first time since their mayor moved on the U.S. Senate, and as the election looms a battle is brewing between the two main candidates.
Monica Lewinsky’s tell-all article is raising new questions about her affair with former President Bill Clinton. In it, Lewinsky writes that her relationship with the president was consensual. But not everyone agrees.
A startling new study Monday showed that students who have been bullied are taking extreme measures to stay safe.
Teaneck High School’s superintendent released a statement saying the school is concerned that reports of “destruction and mayhem” following a senior prank were exaggerated.
The New York City Office of Emergency Management said residents impacted by Wednesday’s flooding should contact 311 to report damage to their homes or businesses. New Yorkers can also report any damage at nyc.gov/311.