A federally-funded million dollar study will help the Army Corp of Engineers find ways to prevent flooding along an area in North Jersey.
It’s now up to Gov. Chris Christie whether New Jersey will ease the punishment for some motorists convicted of drunken driving.
New Jersey Senate members are considering a proposal loosening up some of the penalties for first-time drunken driving offenders who currently lose their licenses for three months.
Notices have gone out to more than 1,700 Izod Center workers that they’ll lose their jobs by the end of March because the arena is closing.
After decades in court, Jersey City wants a judge to help expedite the cleanup of a former industrial site being eyed for redevelopment.
The offer comes after Jersey On founder Josh Gottheimer said the non-profit linked up with the city.
The new website for Gov. Chris Christie’s political action committee has a lot of people LOLing.
The Federal Aviation Administration is investigating after a small plane was forced to make an emergency landing on a New Jersey highway Thursday afternoon.
Currently, state law prohibits people from marrying an immediate relative, but incestuous sexual acts among consenting adults is not illegal.
Two New Jersey congressmen are renewing their efforts to allow sports betting in the state.
Two tenants of an apartment complex in Edgewater, New Jersey that was mostly destroyed in a fire have filed a class action lawsuit on behalf of all residents.
The right-hand lane of the Route 3 bridge eastbound over the Hackensack River was closed Wednesday because of cracks in its support structure.
Aside from the review, finding money for overpass and road repairs is the big challenge.
A Quinnipiac University poll released Wednesday finds 46 percent of New Jersey voters surveyed approve of the job Christie is doing compared to 48 percent who disapprove.
The 41 recruits, who completed 10 weeks of training at the fire academy, were sworn in by Newark Mayor Ras Baraka during a ceremony Friday.