State Sen. Nicholas Scutari said his plan to legalize, regulate and tax marijuana would create needed tax revenues and allow police to focus on enforcing other crimes.
Police are blanketing midtown Manhattan with temporary surveillance cameras as one of many security measures being taken to protect visitors for the Super Bowl.
It seems Sen. Robert Menendez is a little tired of hearing about New York hosting the Super Bowl.
This month’s extreme cold has been great for Graham Peters’ paycheck, but it’s bad news for his customers’ pipes.
New Jersey neighborhoods are humming with the sound of snow blowers and the scrape of snow shovels one day after a major storm left powdery snow across the state.
United Water spokesman Rich Henning said the man broke into the plant that treats and pumps water for the township of Manalapan. Workers heard cries for help coming from a pipe around 7 a.m. Friday.
Atlantic City casinos brought in nearly $8.5 million in the first five weeks of online gambling. That figure is off track towards meeting the state’s projected $1.2 billion mark at the end of June and slightly below the expectations of Union Gaming Research.
There have been numerous accidents reported on the southbound lanes of the Palisades Parkway near the George Washington Bridge.
David Wildstein asserted his right to remain silent on the advice of his lawyer. Wildstein refused to say where he previously worked and his lawyer said he would assert the right to remain silent to all questions.
The transit agency said it is coming up with a way to redesign its existing county yard facility along the Northeast Corridor, south of New Brunswick, to turn it into a train storage and re-inspection facility.
Gov. Chris Christie responded Wednesday afternoon to email exchanges made public earlier in the day linking a top aide to the George Washington Bridge lane closure scandal that’s been under investigation.
The train left about 1,000 passengers stranded for nearly two hours on cars without power or heat on an extremely frigid night.
New Jersey had a snow day Friday as schools, government offices and businesses closed for a winter storm that dropped up to 10 inches of snow in some areas and ushered in bitterly cold temperatures rarely seen in the region.
The bus was on a hill and slid backwards due to the icy conditions, officials said.
A winter storm began bearing down on parts of the Tri-State area Thursday morning, promising heavy snow, strong winds and frigid temperatures