Police in one northern New Jersey town say they have arrested a robbery who had a busy Tuesday night.
Four assistant New Jersey high school football coaches who were suspended amid hazing and sexual assault charges filed against players will keep their teaching jobs.
Insurance companies might face more scrutiny over how they are handling flood damage claims from Superstorm Sandy.
Newark Mayor Ras Baraka on Thursday signed an ordinance into law that bans smoking in city parks and recreation facilities, or within 50 feet of municipal building entrances, exits, windows and ventilators.
At its monthly board meeting Wednesday, the agency voted to approve up to $150,000 to pay for ongoing legal bills to continue the Carmine Franco case.
Among the tweaks, Port Authority officers are now managing traffic at the Lincoln Tunnel during peak driving hours, so buses are no longer being diverted into a long line along Tenth Avenue.
Thieves cut a hole in a wall and made off with more than $1 million in gold and jewels from a northern New Jersey jewelry store, police said.
A New Jersey coffee maker is donating a scoop of its profits to help veterans.
Tedesco, a county freeholder and former mayor of Paramus, said he hopes to sign a memorandum of agreement realigning the two police forces within his first 100 days in office.
Somebody in Clifton just got very lucky.
Among the 55 or so buildings that would remain powered up by a “microgrid” are senior homes, the hospital, the police station, supermarkets and pharmacies.
Police are investigating a home invasion in Edison that may be connected to a series of violent break-ins in Middlesex County.
Between Showboat, Revel and Trump Plaza casino hotels all closing around Labor Day weekend this year, Atlantic County’s September unemployment, at 11.4 percent, was a huge 1.3 percent jump from August.
Questions have arisen about a New Jersey hospital’s setup to treat Ebola patients.
A nurse who was confined against her will at a New Jersey hospital after treating Ebola patients in West Africa said Wednesday that she’s prepared to go to court if the state of Maine tries to quarantine her.