That question evoked a wide-range of answers from people who took a Fairleigh Dickinson University PublicMind phone survey as well as people who called into the WCBS 880 talkback line.
While the all-time record of 106 degrees wasn’t reached, residents in the Tri-State were left sweating it out as the mercury soared.
A new national report on pedestrian safety shows the New York, New Jersey area as having some of the country’s most dangerous streets.
A powerful storm system that killed more than 270 people across the South tore through the Tri-State area Thursday.
Four of the nation’s most prestigious basketball programs – Ohio State, Kentucky, North Carolina, and Marquette – held public workouts at the Prudential Center, and fans got a first hand look at some of the nation’s elite teams.
AAA Mid-Atlantic says the average price of regular gasoline in the Garden State on Friday was $3.05, up a penny from last week.
Almost half of all school buses and vans in New Jersey fail to pass their semiannual inspections due to violations deemed serious enough to take them off the road, according to a published report.
AAA Mid-Atlantic says the average price of regular gasoline in the Garden State on Friday was $3.04, up 2 cents from a week ago.
The Labor Department said the private sector shed 13,300 jobs last month while the public sector cut 3,000 jobs.
The New Jersey Senate is set to consider a bill to overhaul New Jersey’s affordable housing laws.
AAA Mid-Atlantic says the average price of regular gasoline in the Garden State on Friday was $3.01, up 2 cents from a week ago. That’s also higher than a year ago, when New Jersey motorists were paying $2.57.
New Jersey gas prices have hit the $3 a gallon mark.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie was hoping to get federal aid to cover the cost of clean-up from the post-Christmas blizzard as he continued to take some heat for a trip he took with his family to Disney World during the storm.
Law enforcement officials said several factors — the increased presence of street gangs in New Jersey and the stagnant economy — could have served as catalysts for the increase.
No regrets and no apologies from Gov. Chris Christie, who was vacationing in Disney World with his family while New Jersey was being battered by the fifth largest storm in the last 100 years.