Princeton Agrees To Examine Former President Wilson's Legacy On Race To End Student Sit-InFormer U.S. President Woodrow Wilson was a leading progressive but supported segregation.
Princeton Students Stage Sit-In, Want Woodrow Wilson's Name Removed From CampusPrinceton President Christopher Eisgruber told the students he agreed with them that Wilson was racist and that the university needs to acknowledge that, according to a video posted to YouTube.
NJ State Trooper Killed In 1973 Shooting Honored With MonumentNew Jersey State officials dedicated a monument Wednesday in remembrance of a state trooper who was killed in the line of duty more than forty years ago.
Drone Slams Into Truck Outside New Jersey RefineryThe driver of the truck apparently got out and had words with the operator of the drone, who took off, according to investigators.
NJ Senate Hearing To Focus On Possibility Of Legalizing MarijuanaLawmakers are closely studying Colorado, Oregon and Washington, where pot use has been legalized.
NJ Assemblyman Among Those Facing Dune LawsuitA New Jersey state assemblyman who has refused to sign an easement allowing a dune project to be built behind his oceanfront house is among seven homeowners being sued by the state.
NJ Lawmakers Support Hudson-Bergen Light Rail ExtensionNJ lawmakers say a proposal to extend the Hudson-Bergen light rail system into Bergen County has enough support to make the plan a reality.
Hudson River Rail Tunnel Project Takes Major Step ForwardThe Hudson Rail Tunnel Project is one step closer to reality.
Elizabeth House Explosion Leaves 1 Dead, Several InjuredThe 8 a.m. blast left the home on Magnolia Avenue badly damaged, and firefighters were seen treating victims on stretchers outside after 16 people were pulled from the wreckage.
N.J. Social Service Workers Suspended For Refusing To Get Flu ShotsImagine being told to get a flu shot, or else be suspended from work without pay.
Historic Hinchliffe Stadium Gets $300,000 Restoration GrantA dilapidated northern New Jersey stadium that once played host to legendary Negro Leagues baseball players is getting a boost for its restoration efforts.
Girl, 8, Wounded In Crossfire Of Police-Involved Shooting In Asbury ParkAn 8-year-old girl sustained a graze wound when a police officer and a suspect exchanged gunfire in Asbury Park, authorities said.