The Port Authority says the Hoboken to World Trade Center line and the Journal Square to 33rd Street line are suspended. The Newark to World Trade Center line is operating with delays.
Mayor Dawn Zimmer is advocating for better planning and increased funding for flood-prone urban areas.
Forecasters are predicting anywhere from three to seven inches of snow starting around 10 a.m. Saturday in New York City and on Long Island.
The Thanksgiving weekend shopping frenzy was set to continue, hopefully calmer, with Small Business Saturday.
PATH riders are calling for more police following another violent incident.
The main waiting room at the train terminal will re-open on Monday morning as NJ Transit completes another round of post Sandy repairs.
On Thursday, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will begin its beach replenishment project that will stretch from Manasquan up to Belmar.
In an email Monday morning, the governor’s office said it was withdrawing its appeal because the chief justice on Friday “left no ambiguity” about the court’s view.
Same-sex couples were making plans this weekend to line up for marriage licenses, after the New Jersey State Supreme Court ruled that gay weddings must begin this coming Monday.
“It was like the resurrection. It was marvelous, it was really marvelous,” Dr. Margaret Dames, superintendent of schools for the Newark Archdiocese, said.
Lawmakers in New Jersey have begun taking a closer look at jitney buses, in the wake of a July accident that claimed the life of a baby in a stroller.
Acting Prosecutor Gaetano T. Gregory said two 13-year-olds and a 14-year-old were charged in the Sept. 10 death of Ralph Eric Santiago, 46.
Timberlake issued a tweet around 7 p.m. Wednesday, inviting fans to the now-closed indie-rock club Maxwell’s at Washington and Eleventh Streets, saying the first 150 people would be allowed in for a one-song performance.
Police said the suspect ran out of the PATH station but was apprehended by police.
The agency’s plan called for moving its trains to higher ground before superstorm Sandy hit, raising additional questions about why the agency instead moved locomotives and rail cars to low-lying rail yards.