Naming the school in his honor was the idea of West New York Mayor Felix Roque and was approved by the local school board.
Another high-rise has broken ground in downtown Jersey City. The 38-story building will feature 311 luxury rental units overlooking the Manhattan skyline.
Store managers have said they are feeling better about their business going into this holiday season.
A half-century later, the assassination still stirs quiet sadness in the baby boom generation that remembers it as the beginning of a darker, more cynical time.
Anthony Rivera has started an online petition opposed to the Simon Property Group opening the Menlo Park Mall in Edison and other properties at 8 p.m. on Thanksgiving. Rivera believes 2 a.m. or 3 a.m. on the day after, Black Friday, is more reasonable.
Transit workers and local politicians lobbied Friday on Boulevard East in West New York near where the 8-month-old Angelie Paredes was killed.
Former members Joseph and Liza Garrubbo claim in the suit that they lost most of their privileges at the club because they pushed for gender equality.
Protesters plan to be on hand as LG Electronics breaks ground to build its corporate headquarters above tree-lined cliffs on the New Jersey side of the Hudson River.
Israel Keyes was arrested in Alaska in March 2012 and admitted to investigators that he kidnapped and murdered victims across the country in 2001.
The Rev. Michael Fugee was set to be stripped of the priesthood, after revelations that he continued to work with children following a confession that he groped a boy.
The lawsuit filed in Middlesex County against Martell’s Tiki Bar in Point Pleasant Beach says they should have known 26-year old Ashley Chieco of Wood-Ridge was drunk when they kept serving her in mid-August.
The measure picked up steam after learning that officers do not have the right under state law to stop drivers for that third light being out.
Gay rights advocates hailed the bipartisan, 64-32 vote as a historic step although it could prove short-lived.
The mad rush is because the old $50 GED pencil-and-paper tests will be replaced by $100 to $150 computerized tests starting in 2014.
As of Jan. 1, 2014, workers making minimum wage will earn $8.25 an hour, $1 more than they do currently.