Next time you’re driving past a crosswalk, make sure you come to a full stop or else it could come with a hefty price tag.
Clownfest started in Asbury Park in 1981 before moving to Seaside Heights in 1987. For the past 25 years, hundreds of clowns descended on the shore town for the annual festival.
State Department of Transportation Assistant Commissioner Richard Shaw said they expect to fill just over 200,000 potholes this season running until the beginning of June.
A bizarre supermarket stunt has become all the rage on YouTube, but it’s also getting teens in trouble with the law.
Smoking bans were enacted in several parts of Hudson and Bergen Counties this week and the reaction has been mixed.
“I’m proud to announce the eradication of the beetle from Union and Middlesex Counties,” said state Agriculture Secretary Doug Fisher of the locations of the last two clusters.
Superintendent Janet Robinson told the New Jersey Association of School Administrators that it’s important for districts to come up with an emergency plan if they haven’t already.
Police in the Morris County, N.J., borough of Mendham said they likely have some solid leads on whoever damaged a church monument dedicated to child sexual abuse victims.
By 6 p.m. Friday, however, the storm had moved mostly out to the Atlantic Ocean, leaving behind some significant snow totals for parts of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut.
State Attorney General Jeffrey Chiesa announced the formation of the working group, which is a coordinated effort among several state and local agencies.
Coastal communities across the Tri-State area could experience minor to moderate flooding during times of high tide through Thursday morning.
Now that New Jersey State Sen. Barbara Buono (D-Edison) has bagged the backing of the state’s largest public workers’ union in her bid for governor, she has focused her campaign on taking down wildly popular incumbent Chris Christie.
The Liberty Academy Charter School in the Heights section of Jersey City is among three charter schools the state has ordered closed by year’s end.
In a decision released late Thursday, U.S. District Judge Michael Shipp in Trenton, N.J., issued a permanent injunction barring New Jersey from offering sports betting.
Authorities said two of the suspects are known babysitters and have regular contact with children.