Thanksgiving Shoppers Hit Stores Early To Avoid Black Friday FrenzySome retailers are beginning their Black Friday deals online, while others are rolling out bargains in-store on Thanksgiving Day.
Menendez: Democrats' Votes Will Be Needed For Immigration Plans Under TrumpAs the Republican-led Congress begins talk of shaping President-elect Donald Trump’s immigration policies, one local Democratic senator said the majority will need minority votes to get it done.
NJ Pet Shop Owner Accused Of Selling Sick Puppies As State Lawmaker Looks To Tighten Laws On Dog BreedersA pet store owner in New Jersey has been arrested over accusations he sold sick puppies after being ordered to stop.
Fight Breaks Out At Anti-Violence Rally In NewarkMembers and supporters of the Elizabeth-based United Youth Council were heckled by a group of local activists who were against a neighboring city's activists standing in front of City Hall calling for ways to reduce violence
Officials Blast Contractor For Delaying Long Beach Island Dune Restoration ProjectThe $128 million project aims to restore 13 miles of beaches and dunes on Long Beach Island.
TSA Discovers Ice Pick Inside Handle Of Cane At Newark AirportPort Authority police confiscated the cane and an officer gave the man another cane from the airport's lost and found.
Plans Hit Stalemate For Referendum On Whether To Approve North Jersey CasinosPlans have stalled, but have not stopped, when it comes to seeing whether New Jersey voters want casinos outside of Atlantic City.
Uber, NAACP Create Partnership To Hire Minority Drivers In New JerseyThe goal is to recruit about 3,000 minority drivers from low-income areas around the New Jersey, including Newark, Paterson and Jersey City.
NJ TRANSIT: Janitor Catches Suspected Burglar At Secaucus StationA janitor at the NJ TRANSIT station in Secaucus put the motto “when you see something, say something” into action this week.
Teacher's Lawsuit Alleges Contract Wasn't Renewed Because She's MuslimAbout 60 supporters turned out to a meeting to back Sireen Hashem, but the school board didn't override the recommendation not to renew her contract.
Thousands Of New Jersey Janitors Threatening To Strike After Jan. 1Kevin Brown, vice president of the Service Employees International Union Local 32BJ, said 7,000 janitors have agreed to a work stoppage if the union cannot reach a deal with the New Jersey Contractors Association.
Fight Brewing Over Revolutionary War Site In New JerseyThere’s a fight to preserve a spot in central New Jersey that was the site of one of the country’s most famous battles.