New Jersey announced a $225 million settlement with Exxon Mobil on Thursday that state officials say is the largest environmental settlement in state history.
Gov. Chris Christie says the state would have to raise taxes to afford paying a court-mandated amount into the pension system for public sector employees.
Bergen County freeholders have given final approval to ordinances that will merge the County Police Department with the Sheriff’s Office.
Most of the students who received the email had either incomplete applications or were pending decisions, according to the university.
Some riders said they’re already seeing a deterioration in service and questioned why they should be asked to pay more.
NJ TRANSIT said Tuesday that fare hikes or service “adjustments” were a possibility as the transportation agency deals with a major budget gap.
The Transportation Trust Fund is set to run out of money at the end of this fiscal year, June 30, to pay for roads and bridge repairs. But Gov. Chris Christie said nothing about it during his budget address Tuesday.
Lakewood Rabbi Mendel Epstein is known for helping Orthodox Jewish couples through divorces, but federal prosecutors say he, his son and two other rabbis went too far.
Airdex Heating and Cooling Company President Harvey Stoller said crews on many of their calls to fix or replace heaters have noticed a lack of carbon monoxide detectors.
Anthony Tassello, 55, was last seen around 9:15 a.m. Monday and was reported missing later that evening by family members.
A group of local prosecutors, civil rights leaders, medical experts and activists are seeking to legalize, tax and regulate the distribution and use of marijuana in the Garden State.
The ban would not effect private or corporate choppers, but supporters say it would greatly reduce helicopter traffic over the Hudson River.
It has been a popular scam in the past several years. Con artists have called unsuspecting people claiming a relative is in trouble and needs money wired immediately.
“I am lucky to be alive, but you don’t think like that when someone else is losing their life, or fighting for their life,” Banks said.
An environmental group in northern New Jersey is leading a charge to get the feds to take over the cleanup of a dirty river.