They say the noise is coming from a Metro-North engine that has been stationed for days.
Rescuers dove into action to save a man who jumped into the Hudson River on a dare Sunday night, authorities said.
Action is being taken after a falling branch nearly landed on a New Jersey family in a Hoboken park.
The persistent precipitation lately has been causing big headaches – from smelly sewage in Hoboken never-ending street flooding in Brooklyn.
The rain came down in buckets across the Tri-State area early Sunday evening.
The fire broke out at around 5 p.m. at Marion Towers on First Street, CBS2 reported.
Nearly 50 homeless people are living there in shanties made of wood, mattresses and tree branches.
The hills of Hoboken have million-dollar views, but those who live there barely have a lone dollar to their names.
A new list of rankings has concluded that the most hipster city in America is in the Tri-State Area, but it’s not Brooklyn.
As the snow has started to disappear, what has been left behind is a trail of damaged roads throughout the Tri-State Area.
Service was suspended earlier Wednesday morning after an electrical wire caught fire between River Edge and Oradell.
Once the fire spread, the man started screaming and officers were able to push him to the ground to put out the blaze, police said.
A New Jersey photographer turned her hobby into a business creating unusual family portraits that show the ‘real’ picture of family life.
Christie urged people to stay home Monday evening and Tuesday in order to help road crews to clear the highways and streets.
Senate President Steve Sweeney and Assembly Speaker Vincent Prieto said Port Authority Chairman John Degnan agreed to put the proposal on hold.