Taylor Swift put on a show for 60,000 fans to remember at MetLife Stadium Friday night.
A deadly accident shut down westbound lanes of Route 3 in Rutherford, N.J. Monday. The accident happened at Ridge Road, police said.
The right eastbound lane of Route 3 over the Hackensack River was set to be shut down for two weeks, after crews discovered a structural deficiency.
The Izod Center, the former home of the Devils and Nets, will shut down Jan. 31 after a board voted to cease operations at the financially strapped arena.
Police in northern New Jersey say a college student who claimed to be a Good Samaritan may just be a good liar.
Chris Ivory burst through a few tackle attempts for a 71-yard touchdown run midway through the fourth quarter, and the New York Jets’ defense clamped down on Oakland rookie quarterback Derek Carr.
Authorities claim Victor Kwak was driving while intoxicated when he struck a curb, then swerved onto a sidewalk and fatally struck 28-year-old Sandra Munoz-Molina.
The seemingly endless barrage of snowstorms is leaving many New Jersey municipalities running low on salt to spread on roads.
Two days before the Super Bowl, the FBI and Hazmat crews were called in to investigate after packages containing white powder arrived at several hotels near the stadium.
Mayor James Cassella has complained that the NFL has been treating the Super Bowl like a New York event and mentioned that he had not even been invited to the game, that is until now.
Chris Christie says there’s nothing to debate: This year’s Super Bowl belongs to the Garden State. End of discussion. No spin. “Every once and a while somebody goes over to have dinner in New York, but that’s about it.”
Many believe New Jersey’s sprawling highway system, proximity to New York City and diverse population make it an attractive base of operations for traffickers.
Christie said visitors were free to go to New York and enjoy “a couple of good restaurants, and some theater and stuff to do.” But he added that game announcers on Sunday “are not going to say live from New York City, because that would be a lie.”
Football fans who think they’re coming to New York City for the Super Bowl will find plenty of activities, parties and attractions. What they won’t find is a stadium, or the actual game.
It seems Sen. Robert Menendez is a little tired of hearing about New York hosting the Super Bowl.